Hopper 3 and diplexer (1 Viewer)

brownover

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Haven't seen a discussion on this subject lately. I know in previous discussions it was stated "no diplexer with hopper 3 because of moca disturbance. And according to what I read dish moca operates at 650 to 875 mhz.

With this in mind, none of the ota channels I want to receive operate above 600 mhz. And only one channel comes close to that. And I sure hate to run another cable thru walls and floors etc., so does anyone know if it will work if I diplex the ota and dish since none of my ota frequencies get close to 650 MHz? Thanks for your help.
 

Ziptied

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Haven't seen a discussion on this subject lately. I know in previous discussions it was stated "no diplexer with hopper 3 because of moca disturbance. And according to what I read dish moca operates at 650 to 875 mhz.

With this in mind, none of the ota channels I want to receive operate above 600 mhz. And only one channel comes close to that. And I sure hate to run another cable thru walls and floors etc., so does anyone know if it will work if I diplex the ota and dish since none of my ota frequencies get close to 650 MHz? Thanks for your help.

Only one way to find out for sure.
 

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These days it’s a good idea to run double rg6 cable to every room. Same goes for Ethernet cable. The general rule of thumb these days is 2 of each connection in every room.

2 is still not enough.

I ran 4 coax to every plate in my house. 2 cat5 wish I had run more.

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