Been asked to source, and I quote:-
a TV/DAB aerial splitter box (coax lead from
satellite dish input, TV/DAB outputs
Now not having a TV or a DAB radio, I’m not entirely sure what I’m looking for.
Or am i barking up completely the wrong tree and need something completely different…?
I can probably figure out what’s needed if I could see the proposed installation, but I’m working rather blind here.
Thanks!Posted 5 years agoCougarSubscriber
Stop guessing and find out?
The first link you posted will be suitable for splitting a terrestrial TV signal for use as an FM aerial. I’m assuming DAB isn’t wholly dissimilar, as I’ve a DAB docking station which uses a crappy flying wire as an antenna just like FM would. From a satellite feed though, I’ve no idea. My gut feeling is that’s a bit odd.Posted 5 years agotonSubscriber
this will split satellite to 4 other points.
ring 01132633500 ask for alex, tell him i told you to ring, he will sort you out.Posted 5 years ago
OK, I’ve found out some more – actually sounds very simple.
There’s an amplified feed from the sat dish to the room in question. We simply need to split this to allow a TV and a DAB radio to plug in.
The guy thinks he wants one of these, but he’s simply not in a position to go and get it himself.
Thanks for the advice!Posted 5 years agojota180Member
So he wants satellite radio?
What equipment is he going to connect to?
The feed from the dish will not give him a DAB signal
If he’s going to use a separate sat box for sat radio, that splitter will work but ……
They’ll only give certain combinations of transponders as they need to change the voltage and band for various channels, any 2 channels you wanted would have to be the same polarity and band.Posted 5 years ago
Either that or make sure only one is powered up at any time
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