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The Number One Mistake Parks Make on their Cable Plant

Tap Vs Splitter Diagram for RV Park cabling

Using Splitters Instead of Taps on your Cable Plant

In layman’s terms, using splitters divides the power of the signal ewually, so by the time the TV signal gets to the furthest pedestals in your park, the signal is not strong enough for your guest to see a clear TV signal. A tap distributes the signal is attentuated based on the length of the cable run. When you use a tap, the shorter cable run gets less power and the longer run gets more so that at the pedestal the guest is receiving the same strength of TV signal.

This video explains in detail why its a problem for you and your guests.

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