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Old 24-Jan-2011, 5:05 PM   #5
Join Date: Dec 2009
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Maybe it's possible to switch it around the other way...

That is, if you don't have any VHF OTA channels in your area, you can use a UVSJ diplexor (splits between VHF and UHF bands, very common and inexpensive). Put the OTA antenna on the high side and put the modulated satellite signal on a VHF channel (say channel 2, 3, or 4) for the low side.

If you have some high VHF OTA channels in your area (ch 7-13), but no low VHF channels (ch 2-6), you can use an HLSJ diplexor instead (splits between low VHF and high VHF, also readily available).
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