RALEIGH, N.C., March 18, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Today Mohu announced the release of the Jolt, a sophisticated antenna amplifier designed with CleanPeak® Filter technology. By leveraging this technology, the Jolt rejects troublesome high-power cellular and FM signals, thus maximizing the alliance of your antenna and your television's tuner for a more enjoyable over-the-air experience. While created with the award-winning Mohu Leaf in mind, the Jolt can enhance the reception capability of any passive television antenna.
The Jolt boasts an impressive 15 dB of gain across the entire television-broadcasting band, allowing the weakest signals to be received and viewed. The Jolt also includes dual powering options via USB or power cube. Like all Mohu products, aesthetics played a large part in the development of the Jolt. The rubberized soft touch aluminum surface makes it the most attractive amplifier on the market.
"The Jolt is another product in Mohu's catalogue that defines us as a leader in the cord-cutting movement," said Mohu Founder and President Mark Buff, Ph.D. "Innovation is a core focus of ours, making a product that is practical, well made, and affordable is what we strive to give consumers each and every day. The filters inside the Jolt make it the obvious choice for antenna amplification."
About Mohu/Greenwave Scientific, Inc.
Mohu is a leading technology company based in Raleigh, North Carolina. Since introducing the Leaf antenna in March 2011, Mohu has quickly positioned itself as a leader in the "cord-cutting" movement underway in the United States. Mohu estimates it has saved its customers more than $220 million in monthly cable and satellite bills.
Founder Mark Buff performed research & development relating to Improvised Explosive Device (IED) neutralization and defeat for various military initiatives. His research included the development of "low and no-profile" antenna systems, multi-channel antenna apertures for ground robots and anatomically accurate RF absorption measurement systems. Co-founder Russ Winstead worked at IBM for 19 years as part of the development team responsible for IBM's first laptop, the ThinkPad.
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