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 Is satellite cable suitable for freeview signals?

Answer Yes this will work with your new antenna.Any 75 Ohm coax will do, RG6 has a lower loss in relation to normal domestic cabling normally used.The same antenna & cabling will most likley be able to pi... Read More »
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Freeview vs satellite vs cable: which digital TV service do you use and why?

Personally, I'd say satellite, hands down. Satellite offers a lot more channels than Freeview, and is not as expensive as people might think. It also provides better interactive features and a bett... Read More »
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Footprint coverage of satellite 103 b from directv - will the satellite signals cover south of Mexico?

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How to Receive Satellite Signals (and Other Sources) on a PC?

Watch cable, satellite, DVD or VCR sources on your home PC with some relatively easy to install PC hardware. This article discusses signals used in the US (NTSC & ATSC), but could be used in other ... Read More »
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Can you hook up your laptop with 802.11 to receive a direct tv satellite cable signal and watch cable?

PC TV You could hypothetically do that but it would require purchasing some expensive equipment and the setup would be somewhat complicated. In addition, you need a satellite receiver set top box t... Read More »
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