Hi, so I'm not sure if what I'm looking for even makes sense.
I have a pretty nice HDTV antenna that I'd like to put up in my attic to get better reception and stop the signal from going "in-and-out" when I walk by it in my bedroom.
Also, I have 3 HDTVs in my house, and I'd like to have one antenna feed all of them.
I was just up in my attic for a short while and realized it was going to be nearly impossible to run a coaxial cable down to living room (not to mention split into the other 2 TVs) without professional help.
Is there some sort of Coaxial wireless transmitter/receiver system that can help here? Could it even handle the bandwidth of the HDTV UHF signal? All of my TVs have built-in HDTV tuners, so all I need is the raw UHF signal feed wirelessly extended into those locations with 3 separate receivers (with the transmitter in the attic).
It seems like a straightforward thing that should exist, but I couldn't find anything other than this: http://www.rflinkusa.com/products_ACS5820.html
, and I don't even think this would work.
So am I stuck getting someone to run the cable... is this a crazy idea?
Thanks for any responses.