There's your sign.Ok, let me go further into depth on what I did. I had the tailgater in clear sky, I ran 50ft of RG9 cable from the external camper connector to the Tailgater (I have been using this setup/camper with Directv for years - without the tailgater of course). I did a check dish and it went through the 3 steps, obtained the signal, guide and everything was great. Then all I did was unhook the connection at the camper and inserted the 100ft cable therefore now it's 150ft. The signal remained and the tv was fine.
I bet you're wrong.Copper clad is all you need.
if you have to use a barrel or "coupler" get the higher freq, blue end type. the culprit most likely is the weather plate that the cable attaches on the exterior of the rv, it was low quality when new and after jamming a copper wire in and out of it 100s of times is most likely worn out
So no one answered if a simple in line amplifier would work or not?I have the Tailgater and it works fine with 50ft of cable. My camp needs about 100ft which does not work (tested at home without moving Tailgater and 50 works, 100 does not). Is there a signal amplifier that would solve this problem?