Well, we'd like them to be a series short if we want DC pass through but not a shunt short.
Most commonly, splitters, unless otherwise marked, will be DC blocking.
I am used to combining antennas with stacking bars. However, some recent antennas now have a black boxes and no longer have lead in terminals where you could connect the bars.
I wanted to combine 2 UHF antennas together using a splitter backwards ,after reading this suggestion on the forums.
I was curious, if I go ahead and do this, what is the signal loss for
1.) Antenna's pointing in the same direction
2.) Antenna's pointing in different directions
Does the gain from combining 2 antennas together outweigh the loss? Thanks...