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Old 9-Jan-2011, 12:59 AM   #2
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Two options, but not what you are hoping for... You can combine one UHF antenna with one VHF antenna.

1) A passive combiner with a UHF port and a VHF port known as a UVSJ Taking this a step further, you can use a HLSJ to combine a low-band VHF antenna with a high-band VHF antenna.

2) An active combiner. Example: Dual Input Preamp

There are a variety of choices other than the examples I've offered.

A typical 2-way splitter will not provide the isolation and filtering needed to keep the two antennas from interfering with each other.


Four options to do what you are asking for:
(1) a rotator (not really what you are asking for, but functional to a degree)
(2) Conversion to MPEG-2 over IP over Ethernet - Thread 820 ($) to ($$)
(3) A complex combination of CATV commercial grade equipment ($$$$$). Custom Antenna Combiner or Single Channel Digital Signal Processor
(4) John's suggestion below.
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