The Holland GHS-2 splitter serves to divide the VHF TV signal, UHF or cable TV (CATV). He has one input and two outputs. This is the type most common splitter to split the signal of VHF and UHF antennas for more than one TV.
The dividers can be connected in cascade to multiple divisions. There are also models with 3, 4 and 8 outputs, What are the GHS-3, GHS-4, and GHS-8, respectively.
Both the inputs and the outputs using the F-type connector, that is the most widely used in cable antenna installations 75 ohms. Is present in virtually all modern TVs, Besides decoders and receivers.
According to the specifications, has improved performance in subbands, low intermodulation distortion, has decoupling capacitor, survives the loads of up to 6kV, and has thick armor with protection for RF interference of 130dB.
Holland Electronics is a consolidated brand in the u.s., acting in this sector of dividers, amplifiers, connectors, modulators, and other. So I expect excellent quality in this device, What is not always the case with generic brands.
The Holland GHS-2 splitter works in 5 MHz a 1002 MHz. The signal on each output is attenuated in -3, 5dB, as in all the dividers genre, so that if there are many divisions is good to use a signal amplifier or a booster before the divisions.
As this type of equipment is expensive in local businesses, and to top it all is of dubious marks, I chose to buy 10 Holland GHS dividers-2 to take advantage of the freight and leave some left over for future installations.
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