Line Amplifier for Satellite Signal
We call SAT line amplifier to all equipment that only amplifies satellite signal, some of these also mix with terrestrial. In this section you will also find reamplifiers with satellite inputs, as well as terrestrial.
We can classify satellite line amplifiers into 3 groups:
They are small devices with 1 input and 1 output that are fed by the current sent by the satellite receiver. They are the cheapest and easiest option to amplify the satellite signal in a single-family home or in the interior network of an apartment.
For community installations that want to install a satellite dish but their current headend amplifier does not have a satellite input, there are these satellite amplifiers. They are high-gain equipment that amplifies the satellite signal and mixes it with terrestrial in order to distribute both signals through the same coaxial cable to all users.
Reamplification with satellite:
We also call line amplifiers or reamplifiers to those amplifiers that are installed in the main downspout of the building and whose function is to reamplify the signal when, due to long distances, it does not reach the houses furthest from the head-end with enough power. In this section you will also find these reamplifiers, with terrestrial and satellite input.
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SAT Line Amplifier