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If you're trying to daisy-chain the WB68's then it will not work. You can use four splitters in line with the four feeds from the dish and run the outputs to the identical inputs on both WB68's. This will yield a total of 16 outputs so you'll have four extra for future expansion. There are several threads on this topic already if you do a search. Make sure the splitters are wideband models that go up to at least 2 GHz.

There seems to be a big debate on whether you need splitters that will pass power on both legs or just one. The general concensus seems to be that you need to use splitters that will pass power on only one leg when using them with powered multiswitches. You can use splitters that pass power on both legs with passive multiswitches like the WB68's.
 

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The specs on the WB68 say it can't be cascaded. Like I said, this topic has been discussed numerous times so do a little leg work on your own if you don't like the answer you've been given. You decide. ;)
 
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