A: Kyle no they are not waterproof and should be in a box if you want to use it outside. With that said can you use them outside? Yes but expect to change replace it occasionally. Good luck Ron at email@example.com.
A: 1) Yes. I am currently using it to connect a cable modem and two cable boxes to a single outlet. It works. 2) No idea. Sorry. All I can say is that there was no measurable difference in internet speed after adding the splitter.
A: Perhaps the product picture has changed from Mr Kipper's answer, but at present I see no indication of signal loss indicated on the splitter itself. Home Depot presently has a photo of the back of the package, and that indicates 6.5 dB at each port.
A: Tink Yes the splitter is bi-directional and should work for your modem. Looking at the face of the splitter the port on the left should have somewhere under 4 dB of loss and the other two closer to 8 dB over the frequency range of a CATV provider. Hope that helps. Ron at firstname.lastname@example.org
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