- Jan 8, 2004
Here's one for anyone out there that is going through the Hopper training, or possibly another question that Scott can ask to Dish. I have a coax line that is currently being used to distribute the TV2 signal from my 722k to a TV, but when it was originally installed, it also diplexed a satellite signal to another receiver. The satellite signal is no longer present, but the diplexer was installed inside the wall where I no longer have access, and cannot remove it. Essentially, I have the output of TV2 on the 722k passing through the UHF/VHF side of the diplexer and feeding one of my TVs. My question is, will it be possible to use this line to feed a Joey from the solo node, or will the diplexer mess up the MoCA signal. It looks like (from the pdfs posted yesterday) the frequency range of the MoCA (650-875 MHz) is almost completely within the frequency range of the UHF/VHF (0-860 MHz) side of the diplexer, so I am hoping it will work. Any help would be greatly appreciated.