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Terk XM-EXT50

50-foot extension for single-wire XM antenna

Item # 209XMEXT50

Installing a single-input XM Satellite Radio radio tuner in a home, extra-large vehicle (bus, truck, or RV), boat...

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Installing a single-input XM Satellite Radio radio tuner in a home, extra-large vehicle (bus, truck, or RV), boat — or any location where the cable that came with your XM antenna isn't long enough for the job? Terk offers the problem-solving XM-EXT50 50-foot extension cable for indoor and outdoor applications. Warranty: 1 year.

Installing a single-input XM Satellite Radio radio tuner in a home, extra-large vehicle (bus, truck, or RV), boat — or any location where the cable that came with your XM antenna isn't long enough for the job? Terk offers the problem-solving XM-EXT50 50-foot extension cable for indoor and outdoor applications. Warranty: 1 year.

Note: The XM antenna is not included with this extension cable. This extension cable is only compatible with a single-input XM tuner; you'll need an adapter to connect this extension cable to an older dual-input XM tuner.

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What's in the box:

  • 50' XM antenna extension cable with in-line amplifier (has a male SMB connector on one end and a female SMB connector on the other)
  • Rubber boot (installed on amplifier)
  • Installation instructions (under packaging flap)
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Overview: The XM-EXT50 is a 50' extension cable with an in-line amplifier for use with XM antennas; the kit is not compatible with Sirius satellite radio antennas. It can be used for XM mobile or home receivers.

Cable and Connector: The XM-EXT50 antenna extension cable is a single 50' coaxial cable with single SMB connectors (without the plastic FAKRA-type plastic housing) on each end; the input (antenna end, with the amplifier) is a male SMB and the output (tuner end) is a female SMB. The extension cable is equipped an in-line signal amplifier (10dB gain) on one end with a weather-resistant rubber boot. The other end plugs directly into single-input XM Satellite Radio receivers. Note: For connections to dual-input XM receivers, the Terk XM-SP dual-input splitter (item number 209XMSP), or the American International XM-1DAS (item number 003XM1DAS) is required.

Extension Limits: No more than 2 extension kits should be connected back-to-back.

Cable Care: The full length of the extension cable should be used--it should not be cut, spliced or otherwise shortened. The cable should not be kinked. You should avoid bending the cable in a radius of less than an inch. The cable can be used outdoors, but it should not be exposed to severe environmental conditions. The in-line signal amplifier should be mounted upright, oriented so the label is readable right side up.

Specifications:

  • Cable Type: RG-58
  • Frequency: 2300 to 2400 MHz
  • Amplifier Gain: 10dB +/- 1dB @ 2300 MHz
  • Return Loss: -10dB
  • Connectors:
    • Input: male SMB
    • output: female SMB

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Actual location of XM unit is physically impossible to get consistent signal. I must relocate antenna to roof of structure. [ ANDREW  Aug 26, 2016 ]
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Thanks for all the help Norm! He steered me in the correct direction for my XM Radio Project. Norm's Bio: http://www.crutchfield.com/Support/Bio.aspx?bio=117 [ tim  May 19, 2016 ]

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