6101IFD Voltage Controlled One-Output Switch discontinued.
Most if not all of these Channel Master Satellite products are discontinued. I just keep this web page up for reference.
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The 6101IFD is a low-loss switch covering the frequency range 40-2050 MHz. One of the two inputs is selected depending upon the DC voltage present on the output cable. A nominal +17 VDC will select input A, and a nominal +13VDC will select input B. The unit uses a relay for excellent frequency response, return loss, and minimum distortion.
Its primary application is with large, twin, tapped-trunk distribution systems. Here, two directional taps such as from the Channel Master range of ultra wideband directional taps, couple a signal from the two trunk cables; one carrying RHCP, the other carrying LHCP. The satellite receiver then selects the appropriate signal according to its output LNB voltage. In US DBS applications, LHCP is selected by a nominal +17VDC and RHCP by a nominal +13VDC. This application is shown in Fig. 1. If the two trunk cables BOTH carry VHF/UHF off-air signals at 54-806 MHz in addition to satellite signals at 950-1450 MHz, then a diplexer such as the Channel Master 4001 IFD can be used to separate the VHF/UHF signals from the satellite signals. These can be connected to the appropriate input of the satellite receiver
Passband 40-2050 MHz
Impedance 75 ohm
Thru Loss 950 MHz 0.4 dB 1450MHz 0.6 dB 2050MHz 1.5 dB
Return Loss 950 MHz 20 dB 1450MHz 15 dB 2050MHz 13 dB
Isolation 950 MHz 40 dB 1450MHz 35 dB 2050 MHz 25 dB
DC Power Pass Output to Active Input
Connectors Type F female
Dimensions HxWxD 2.6" x 3.9" x 1.1" (66x100x29mm)
Weight 7.8 oz. (222g)
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