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 Question by salehin j posted 23 Jun 2005
 defferent design
Hi,
I would like to know what are the defferences between these two design.
RG11 cables are pull from a Naval CA to each floor to a tapoff in a closet. From this closets, 4 RG11 cable are then run to another tapoff each. This 4 tapoffs are then 'tap' to another 3 tapoffs each + 1 splitter at the end of the last tapoff.
So the question is, what is/are the difference/s of connecting tapoffs first then followed by splitters at the end of the connection. From using splitters first then followed by tapoffs?
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 Answer by Joseph Golan posted 25 Jun 2005
Dear salehin,

Splitters are just that, they divide the signal equally to each output. A Tapoff usally can be fitted with attenuators for balancing the signal load


Sincerely,
Joseph Golan, RCDD

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