- Brand Name: Motorola
- Model Number: 484095-001-00
Motorola Signal Booster 484095-001-00 Bi-Directional RF Amplifier (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- Improve cable TV and cable modem signal strength by up to 32 times (15 dB)
- Gallium Arsenide technology for improved performance with a low noise addition of only 3 dB
- Quick, easy installation with no tools required, and local or remote powering option
- Robust aluminum die-cast housing with weather seal and protective coating
- Supports Pay-Per-View and Video on Demand (VOD) Services
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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.
Boost Your Signal
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.
No Tools Required
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.
What's in the Box
BDA100 Amplifier, AC Adapter, Two Coaxial Cables, User's Manual
Top Customer Reviews
However my cable internet would not work with the booster. I had to put a two way splitter [very important to use a two way splitter only to minimize loss] at the cable TV source with one tap going to the cable modem [old RCA brand] and the other to the the Mororola booster. The booster then went to to a splitter. I also had a splitter connected to the first splitter after the Motorola booster. My signal was still not great on the splitter farthest down the line. What I then did is to junk my splitters and used quality splitters instead which made the difference to all TVs having a great picture. Obviously all splitters are not equal. I now only use Regal brand splitters. It is also important to minimize the use of spitters and to cap off unused ports with a terminal cap. There will be a signal loss for each port of a splitter whether all the ports are being used or not. So don't use a four port splitter if you only need to have two or three ports available unless you have definite plans to use extra ports soon.
Bottom line is that I am very happy with the Motorola booster. All TVs now have a great picture on all channels including our Sony 60 inch wide screen.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought 4; 1 broke after 6 months. The others are doing a good job.Published 18 days ago by staffordScott
This is great.
We have a less-than-wonderful signal from our cable company.
Despite repeated requests for them to clean up the signal and fix it, it still wasn't... Read more
Not happy with this item -- I called in for assistant according to the number provided in the directions. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Joyce A Schmidt
I have TWC so the signal has good days and bad. This Motorola 484095-001-00 works great, but discontinued. The newer ones doesn't work so good.Published 5 months ago by James David