Anyone with a mobile vehicle and a television set has to take the signal received outside of your RV vehicle and bring it into the interior of your unit. You can do this in a number of ways:
String the co-axial cable thru the window, door, floor or any opening that presents itself.
Drill a hole and pass the c-axial cable thru the wall of the vehicle
Fit a socket on the outside of the caravan, run a cable thru the walls of caravan and fit a second socket inside the caravan. (commonly used)
It was observed many years ago that the general handling of this aspect of the mobile caravan antenna was poorly done resulting in a loss of signal. What happens to water when the fitting on the hose is loose? What happens to the water if the hose is damaged in anyway? What happens to water when the pipes become too rusty? We are not talking about water but the analogy gives you some mass on what happens to signal when it encounters barriers like poor quality connectors, poor terminations of the cable onto the connector, rusty fittings, poor cable, damaged cable etc. The signal is impacted and signal levels may be reduced but absolutely will be degraded. In digital language poor errors will occur resulting in pixelation which you observe on the TV set as signal break ups – usually this is one part of the picture or if really bad it can be the whole picture.
explorer connection kits solve this problem. We came up with the idea many years ago and have been copied which is very flattering. Our connection kits now suit satellite frequencies as well as television frequencies. We see more today than ever before.
explorer connection kits protect you against pixelation or poor pictures due to poor technical application and understanding.
RF Consultant Founder
Wilkgard Technology Group P/L