No, the frequencies overlap. You'd have to get a stacker/destacker which is really expensive.15_Off said:Hi,
Can I multiplex/diplex an OTA signal with my basic cable signal?? I still have basic cable and want to run only 3 wires to the HR20 (2 sat in, OTA) and still split the basic cable signal out of the ota.
This is the sticking point. The B band at 250-750MHz overlaps the OTA and CATV frequencies. The workaround is to take the B Band Converter off of the DVR, change the genders on its connections, and move it farther up the coax. It converts the B Band frequencies out of the OTA/CATV range so a diplexer can be put in after the BBC. The BBC is not weatherproof though.GeorgeLV said:No, the frequencies overlap.