Antenna splitter question
I have a big winegard antenna. I broke the factory circuit board for the splitter that routs the signal from the VHF and UHF sections to the single 75 ohm female connector for the antenna wire. Had to replace the rotor motor. Was trying to remove the old cable to replace it with a new one.
As a band-aid I connected the VHF and UHF sections together in parallel and used a 300 to 75 ohm balon to connect the antenna cable. I use this for over the air DTV and FM. seems to work good as is and I can pull in DTV stations from about 70 miles out.
Anybody out there know if its worth my time and effort to replace the splitter with a new one or build one?
Re: Antenna splitter question
You might try using a VHF-UHF splitter hooked up backwards. Make it a combiner instead of a splitter. Also, if you have good signal strength almost anything will work.
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