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Motorola BDA Series Installation

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Installation
To install a BDA-** drop amplifier using local power:
1. Remove and discard the port thread protectors.
2. Connect the amplifier RF output ports (RF output 1, 2, 3, 4) to your
televisions or set-top terminals using coaxial cable terminated with F-type
connectors.
3. Terminate all unused ports with 75 ohms for optimum RF performance.
4. Connect the coaxial cable-in source to the RF input port of the amplifier.
5. Connect one end of the coaxial cable to the AC adapter and the other end to
the power 12 VDC (18 VDC) connector on the amplifier.
6. Plug the AC adapter into the wall outlet. The LED on the BDA-** should be lit
to indicate that the unit is receiving 12 VDC (S-series) or 18 VDC (K-series).
Figure 5 — Local-power installation with a 12 VDC power supply
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BDA • Broadband Telecommunications Drop Amplifier

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  • Page 1 Installation To install a BDA-** drop amplifier using local power: 1. Remove and discard the port thread protectors. 2. Connect the amplifier RF output ports (RF output 1, 2, 3, 4) to your televisions or set-top terminals using coaxial cable terminated with F-type connectors.
  • Page 2 You can also locate the BDA-** remotely in the basement or attic and power it from an AC outlet near the television. For best signal quality, install the BDA-** as close to the cable entrance as possible. Use the power inserter to send power to the amplifier through the coaxial cable attached to remote power/RF port 1 on the amplifier.

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