Due to application of channel amplifiers, there is no need to reduce the output levels (which would be needed in the case of broadband devices). As an example, for 8 channels the necessary reduction would be 7 dB. The topic is discussed in the article Basics of designing MATV/community antenna systems
The output level of the amplifiers cannot exceed the maximum rated values - in the case of ZG
channel amplifiers it is as much as 123.5 dBuV. But, having input level, say, 75 dBuV, it is not allowed to set the maximum gain (53 dB) which (128 dB) would far exceed the rated maximum output level.
The 6-way R60106
splitter provides signals via TRISET-11 cables to individual vertical runs. The attenuation of TRISET-113 E1015_100
and TRISET-11 E1025_100
cables has been calculated based on their rated parameters.
After installation, it is necessary to check signal levels in the outlets using a signal meter whether they are within the calculated values. According to the standards for television signals, the level at the subscriber outlet should be between 62 and 80 dBuV.
For signal level measurements we can recommend the TM-3000 R10502