3-way Splitter Information for DIYers (1 Viewer)

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hojni

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I just successfully self-installed a 5th Joey in my 2H system. The only issue I had was getting my hands on a dish-approved 3-way splitter (they are currently on back-order). It turns out that Ideal makes a series of 5Mhz-2.4GHz splitters that out-spec the Dish approved splitters. Used it for this install and still have full strength MOCA readings on all Joeys. These are available at Home Depot and Lowes.
 
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sparc

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Jul 24, 2006
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joeys communicate below 1Ghz... so just about any 2 way or 3 way splitter probably works. In fact, i believe one of my joeys is currently running on a 1Ghz rated splitter.

i believe it's why Dish can get away with using even RG59 for the client lines (as long as there aren't two taps)
 
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