Guys here's the way I would do it, I apologize if this was explained previously: First you need to stack and power the SWM lnbf. Here's a manufacturer that sells needed devices: http://sonoradesign.com/content/tutorials/ then you will obtain 4 feeds: A.- 18 VDC / 0 KHz tone carring 99 W & 101 W Even. B.- 13 VDC / 0 KHz tone carring 99 W & 101 W odd. C.- 18 VDC / 22 KHz tone carring 103 W 110 W / 119 W Even. D.- 13 VDC / 22 KHz tone carring 103 W & 119 W odd. After that you can use 4 fibers to carry each. The device should work with wideband 250 MHz to 2050 MHz. Here's one manufacturer: http://www.dawnco.com/auto_links/pdf/FSS-95F12R.pdf after you reach the end, you then combine back or split to other areas; after you serve each area with those 4 feeds you can go back to SWM technology.