Category Archives: Digital Signal Amplifiers

Want to amplify Digital TV Signal??

The key criteria for amplification is that you have an existing signal being received by the antenna.

Digital TV Signal Amplifier
Digital TV Signal Amplifier

If the antenna has a signal then amplification could be a cure for intermittent signal loss. If it doesn’t then amplification almost surely won’t fix your problem.
Amplification isn’t a guaranteed fix for every poor TV reception scenario but it is an option. It also isn’t a fix for getting a TV signal when one isn’t there – meaning an amplifier doesn’t extend the range of the antenna. It merely gives the signal a push along its way from the antenna to the digital tuner (TV, DTV converter, etc). Hopefully, this push is enough to get a good signal to the TV tuner.
Amplified products typically cost more than non-amplified products. So, it’s always a good to troubleshoot some typical scenarios that can lead to signal loss before going to the store and spending your money on a product that may or may not fix your reception issue.
If you use an outdoor antenna then look at the type of coaxial cable connected between the antenna and line going into the house. Your coaxial cable could be the cause of a poor signal coming into the house.
This signal loss is referred to as attenuation, which is a measurement of signal loss over a distance. In the case of coaxial cables, we’re referring to RG59 and RG6. Simply put, RG6 is more digital-friendly than RG59.
In other words, RG59 attenuates more or has more signal loss than RG6. RG59 cable could be the cause of your poor signal. Changing your cable to RG6 (preferably quad-shielded RG6 with gold-plated connectors) could fix your reception problem without using an amplifier.
Of course, buying a cell phone signal amplifier as an amplified product is probably easier than changing out the coaxial cable in your house.
Amplifiers or TV signal boosters are most common in antennas, but you can buy them as stand along products too. Product packaging usually advertises amplified or powered antenna. If you see a db rating then you know it’s amplified.
The hard part is that it’s difficult to gauge what’s too powerful for your tuner. Some experts I’ve spoken to recommend amplification around 14db.
If you buy an amplified antenna then be sure to go to Antenna Web to make sure you have you antenna properly aligned before connecting the power.

Share

Not all RCA Digital Signal Amplifier for Indoor Antennas enhances Signal Reception!!

RCA Signal Digital Amplifier uses Extremely Low Noise to ensure a Pure Signal
RCA Signal Digital Amplifier uses Extremely Low Noise to ensure a Pure Signal

The RCA Digital Signal Amplifier and cell phone booster for home is just what you need to boost the performance of your TV antenna. Made for indoor antennas, this RCA signal amplifier for indoor antennas maximizes the reception strength of your TV antenna, allowing you to pick up more channels and also display them with more clarity and consistency. While this antenna signal amplifier is designed to work ideally with RCA flat series antennas, it works just as well with any brand of indoor antenna. The RCA Digital Signal Amplifier uses ELN (extremely low-noise) circuitry to ensure a pure signal free of interference and can pick up both UHF and VHF digital signals. This antenna signal amplifier installs easily into a coax cable connection and immediately goes to work strengthening your antenna’s signal. Using the RCA Digital Signal Amplifier will help provide more viewing choices and enhance the clarity and quality of your existing ones.
RCA Digital Signal Amplifier for Indoor Antennas:

• Enhances performance of all passive antenna brands
• Optimizes signal for best possible reception
• Preserves signal purity with extremely low-noise (ELN) circuitry
• Engineered specifically for UHF/VHF digital signals
• Easy coax connection
• Designed to match RCA Flat Series antennas

Share