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 Can cable splitters be used with a digital signal?

Answer Yes, a cable splitter can be used with a digital-cable signal. However, each time a signal is split on a cable splitter, the signal's quality will deteriorate. This can be fixed with signal amplifi... Read More »
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How do you send a wirless signal from a (Digital Cable) coaxial connection to a digital receiver?

you need to be more specific. your coaxial needs to be hooked up to modem or cable router. a cable just sticking out of a wall does not give off a wireless signal. i suggest you put a cable modem ... Read More »
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Cable tv experts: how do you TEST those CABLE LINE SPLITTERS, the ones that split the cable to go to 2 tvs?

There is a 3.5 DBmv loss going through a two-way splitter. NOT 6. On a 3-way splitter, there is a loss of 3.5 dbmv on one port with a 7dbmv attenuation on the other two ports. The 3.5dbmv loss is... Read More »
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When the TV signal goes digital why don't you need a converter box if you have cable?

Cable and satellite providers are required to support analog viewers until 2012. Not all cable systems are currently digital, however the cable boxes currently in use do output analog signals for ... Read More »
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How to Split a Digital Cable Signal?

This article will show you how to split a digital cable signal.
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