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landarc

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I need to be able to diplex a cable modem and Dish Network Service. Anyone know of a diplexer that will work for this?
 
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rcbridge

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If you find a diplexer that can pass as low as 5mhz and blocks the DC on that leg it will work for you.
Your return frequency fall somewhere between 5-50mhz.
 

SimpleSimon

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Just for completeness:

The Sat leg of the diplexer must be DC-passing with a range of at least 950-2150 (for cushion).

The other leg will typically be 5-900 - but at least 5-50 as rcbridge said.

If a power inserter is farther from the switch than the diplexers, high-current diplexers MUST be used.
 
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RandallA

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For troubleshooting purposes in the future, the best solution is to run separate runs. If you can have a new cable run to the modem that will be best if not just use the diplexers mentioned above.
 
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