Motorola Signal Booster 2-Port BDA-S2 Cable Modem TV HDTV Amplifier
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- The BDA-S2 is a bi-directional cable TV amplifier designed for use in homes. Boosts signal by 12x.
- This is the 2-port commercial version of the Motorola Signal Booster 484095-001-00. It includes a power supply - no coaxial cables included
- Amplifies your cable TV signal to dramatically reduce snow, graininess, digital pixilation and other picture problems.
- Meets all applicable IEEE surge standards for all output ports, which enhances system reliability. Weather seal and protective coating allow use of the amplifier for indoor or outdoor applications. Connection cables not included.
- NOT FOR USE WITH SATELLITE DISH SYSTEMS. It will block the signal between the dish and receiver.
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There is nothing worse than having a great TV to watch your favorite programs, while having a grainy or pixilated (digital cable) picture. Motorola BDA amplifiers give your TV signal a boost while maintaining full compatibility with all of your cable services. Simply install the BDA-K1/RA where your cable or antenna comes into your house and begin enjoying a better picture, faster downloads, and a more reliable HD or Digital TV signal. With a name like Motorola, how can you go wrong? The BDA-K1/RA is fully compatible with all cable TV standards, cable boxes, cable modems, routers, HDTV and more. Active return may not fix all of your problems if the product is not installed properly - or if the incoming cable signal is not problematic.
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Also make sure your power is coming from a good clean source, as this will also effect the signal. (You're amplifying the peaks and troughs with the DC current, so if the power feed has peaks and troughs it's self it's just going to cause more noise.... Some fluorescent lights, bad power strip, space heaters etc can cause additional noise.)
Yes it does boost signal for Cable Modems by about 10-15db. Tested on my Cisco DPC3010 modem.
Yes it works for cable boxes as well. Tested on my Motorola DCX3501M DVR.
Make sure you have it cabled properly, and experiment to be sure.
Make sure your power source is clean and steady.
Bottom line - this unit has improved our reception on all local channels. Much less pixelation; less fiddling with the location and position of the antennae; less dropping of signal. I don't believe we have picked up any additional channels and there are some that should be within 35 miles from where we are located.. All-in-all, we are happy with the unit.