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Compact antenna splitter AS-122

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Hello everybody,

 

I'm Christian from BSRF (France), I'm glad to introduce the AS-122 a dual antenna splitters (2 inputs and 12 outputs).

It's a low noise, 370-800MHz bandwidth with DC-feed and RF peak.

You can check our website for more informations http://www.bs-rf.com

Feel free to email or phone us.

 

Christian. 

 

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Derek H   

Looks great! Great form factor for bag rig useage. 

 

Is it possible to order this with a different bandpass configuration? 470-700 MHz for example?

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8 minutes ago, Derek H said:

Looks great! Great form factor for bag rig useage. 

 

Is it possible to order this with a different bandpass configuration? 470-700 MHz for example?

 

That seems to be exactly what this is designed for. 

 

Is there a reason I'm not understanding why you'd want the 3dB down points to be precisely at 470mHz and 700mHz?

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Hi Derek, 

about bandwidth, the high band limit could be lowered but not the low band limit. But It can't be done by customer.

Maybe an external filter could be a good solution.

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Derek H   
3 hours ago, John Blankenship said:

 

That seems to be exactly what this is designed for. 

 

Is there a reason I'm not understanding why you'd want the 3dB down points to be precisely at 470mHz and 700mHz?

 

Say you're only using blocks 470/19-23 (as will be the case in the US in a few years) why amplify everything above 600 or so which you would never use and would likely want to avoid. 

 

Just asking a question.

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resonate   
2 hours ago, Derek H said:

 

Say you're only using blocks 470/19-23 (as will be the case in the US in a few years) why amplify everything above 600 or so which you would never use and would likely want to avoid. 

 

Just asking a question.

 

Typically, the splitter does not amplify anything. the added gain just compensates for the loss, so you may say, it brings the noise floor up. 

 

did you see the specs? the gain is 0. the noise figure is low. Should be okay.

 

 

Specifications

Bandwidth 470MHz-800MHz
Gain 0dB (+/- 1dB)
Noise figure 1,5 dB
OIP3 30dBm
Isolation between outputs min 15 dB
RF inputs 1xBNC 50 ohms
DC feed 12V/200mA
RF outputs 2 x 6 SMA 50 ohms
Current 150 mA without active antennas
Supply HRS4, 12-17V
Dimensions 88 x 84 x 44mm
Weight 265g

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ramallo   
12 hours ago, Christian BSRF said:

Hello everybody,

 

I'm Christian from BSRF (France), I'm glad to introduce the AS-122 a dual antenna splitters (2 inputs and 12 outputs).

It's a low noise, 370-800MHz bandwidth with DC-feed and RF peak.

You can check our website for more informations http://www.bs-rf.com

Feel free to email or phone us.

 

Christian. 

 

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Nice to see, I'm a Broady brand AS122 user.

 

BSRF is the new brand?

 

Have you plans for a portable or DC powered AFR-200 unit?

 

Best

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Hi Ramallo,

 

yes that's it.

I hope your AS-122 serve you well.

The question of a portable fiber receiver unit is still open but it's not for now.

Can you describe the way you could use this devices, on which configuration, on many time?

 

Sincerely

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ramallo   

I bought my unit in March 2016 direct from you.

 

I'm using the AS122 in a all Zaxcom rig, normal and XR modulation 

 

I'm very happy with the AS122

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5 hours ago, soundtrane said:

price?

DC input - is it ONLY 12V or a range like 10-17V?

Hi Soundtrane,

It's 10-17V as you guess.

 

Currently the AS-122 can be buy from Audiomasterpiece CA, Gary will be glad to provide this information.

 

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12 hours ago, Christian BSRF said:

Hi Soundtrane,

It's 10-17V as you guess.

 

Currently the AS-122 can be buy from Audiomasterpiece CA, Gary will be glad to provide this information.

 

In Europe? 

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On 19/08/2017 at 6:43 AM, soundtrane said:

In Europe? 

Hi,

 

you can buy directly from us or from dealers.

Send me an email and I'll send to you dealers list and price.

 

Sincerly

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