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1 to 10 GHz simulated shielding effectiveness is validated by measurements on a TEM coaxial line and also by manufacturer SE data.
The dLAN TV Sat 1300-HD brings together the advantages of HomePlug technology and satellite reception, providing a simple and convenient way to stream digital satellite television in HD quality over existing electrical cabling without the need for a coaxial line.
For instance: (i) the pad for a PCB via and its surrounding ground plane cutout can form a very short section of a coaxial line (allowing use of coaxial line formulae to achieve impedance matching); (ii).
If this transient appears across an unprotected power, telephone, data or coaxial line, the result can be system destruction.
In recent years, the instrument manufacturers have been moving to coaxial line sizes that operate at frequencies up to 40 GHz and beyond.
When the regulator is powered, but in standby mode, both regulator outputs are disabled to allow other satellite receivers sharing the coaxial line to power and control the antenna down converters.
The top-of-the-line 14-outlet model, for example, includes telephone line protection with a splitter to accommodate both a phone and a computer, dual coaxial line protection with gold connectors to reduce data transmission-related noise, and an 8-foot power cord with a right-angle plug.
C-Phone Home is typically inserted in the coaxial line between a cable box, antenna or VCR and the TV set's antenna input.
Surge protectors incorporate Gas Discharge Tube (GDT) technology, a hermetically sealed tube containing an inert gas, which when struck by lightning, causes a high voltage impulse to appear on the coaxial line.