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Understanding the Difference, and Debunking the Myths, Between Active and Passive Antennas

In our experience, active antennas are misused and abused. Many people don’t fully understand what an active antenna actually does. They only know the word “active” sounds better than…


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Every Fiber-Optic Connector Used in Entertainment Production in One Giant Infographic

This poster-sized chart visually organizes every common fiber connector and its accompanying specifications across every entertainment production segment—broadcast, theater, live sound, corporate, film, ENG, SATCOM. The image above is…


Multi-Mode vs. Single-Mode Fiber-Optic Cable: Debates and Differences

If you must know one thing about fiber-optic cable, it’s the difference between single-mode and multi-mode strands. Fiber-optic cable offers a bewildering variety of connectors, operational wavelengths, bundles/tacs,…


Diminishing Returns: At a Certain Point, Using Coax Is Insane

Coaxial cable has a place. If you remote an antenna less than 75 feet, low loss RG8X can’t be beat. It’s cheap, somewhat durable, and gives no more…


Understanding the Difference, and Debunking the Myths, Between Active and Passive Antennas

In our experience, active antennas are misused and abused. Many people don’t fully understand what an active antenna actually does. They only know the word “active” sounds better than…


Fiber Optic Hygiene for RF over Fiber Conversion Systems

Fiber cable offers many benefits over copper coax. Fiber transmits signal much farther than coax. Much, much farther, with almost no loss inside the cable. Our newly released RF Optix…


Longer Runs, Less Cost With RF Over Fiber Optic Conversion Systems

Coaxial cable used for remote antennas and wireless audio systems isn’t cheap. And the relationship between cost and length isn’t a linear one, since the longer the run…