Since you are converting to SWM, you already have two coax cables connected to the HR22 in your bedroom. When you install the SWM, you can use one of those cables for the HR22 and the other to connect to the broadband DECA. The only other thing that you will need is an available outlet to plug the broadband DECA into. This will give you wired speed to all of your DVR's and allow you to put the HR-44 wherever you want.
Okay, now I am confused. I thought, one end of the Deca was plugged into your SWM16 and the other your receiver and the lan port, why would I need the other RG6 cable? It will be SWM and the receiver would only need one cable, correct? Or in order to use the DECA, you still need to use both RG6 cables, on port 1 the one connected directly to the SWM16 and the port 2 connected to the DECA which is connected to the SWM16?
Edited by VABlitz, 25 June 2013 - 01:22 AM.