- Brand Name: Motorola
- Model: 484095-001-00
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If you're ever annoyed by weak cable TV or cable modem signals--often caused by older cable wiring in your home--then Motorola's in-line broadband drop amplifier makes a great solution. Boost your weak signal up to 32 times with this easy to install device, and leave the frustration behind.
Make your signal strength up to 32 times more powerful in a snap, to enhance analog and digital picture quality, improves cable modem communication, and reduce lost data. This device also allows you to optimize multiple broadband devices in your home--televisions, cable set-top boxes, cable modems, VCRs, and digital radios--all from one convenient cable.
This amplifier is a breeze to install, with no tools are required. All connections, including the AC adapter, are easy F-type coaxial ports, so everything screws right in. This also enables local or remote powering.
The BDA100 features Gallium Arsenide technology for improved distortion and noise performance, and built-in diplex filters for two-way operation.
A weather seal and protective coating make it work for both indoor or outdoor applications, and it boasts -6 kV surge resistance. Each BDA100 is housed within a robust aluminum die-cast housing and utilizes a Motorola P-Series Auto-Seize F-Connector for maximum reliability.
BDA100 Amplifier, AC Adapter, Two Coaxial Cables, User's Manual
Our signal was week, this does a great job of boosting the signal. Without it we have nothing.Published 10 days ago by Todd Barnes
This works great with COMCAST services like their on-demand and internet.Published 27 days ago by TWO-IF-BY-SEA
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Digital TV sucks as far AS DISTANCE.
tHIS HELPED BOOST SIGNAL TO WHERE WE WERE GETTING EVERYTHING UNTRIL WEE QUIT... Read more
I bought this to replace the cheap signal booster that came with a digital TV antenna. This did a great job and allowed us to use an indoor antenna in a central room of our home... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Charles J Kanefke
I bought this to try to make the off the air signal stronger. It does nothing if not worse to the signal. Read morePublished 3 months ago by jhou
Never seen a signal amplifier just die like this one, but ours did slowly. Got a better one from another company with more boost to replace it. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Dean Forman
Just what I needed. I kept telling cable company that I needed just a little more signal because of the pixelating. They of course blew me off. Works great. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Gerald Breedlove
This thing won't improve your signal.
I get the same number of channels with or without this amplifier
and the signal strength stays the same. Read more