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Originally Posted by Mister B /forum/post/16854804
What about an old UHF converter from the 1960's. If tuned to the frequency of an ATSC UHF channel would it convert to the selected VHF channel as ATSC?
Another idea is a block cable converter from the 1980's. They took the entire cable band used at that time VHF, midband and a few channels above 13 and converted it to UHF.
Probably not, I wish I had kept some of these old things or I would try it out myself.
Although the Leapfrog works great transmitting the DVR's remote signals into the other room, the remote has to be pretty close to the unit in order to get the signal sent, which for us means leaning forward from the bed to change channels, choose recorded shows, etc.
Originally Posted by rabbit73 /forum/post/16855001
Using just the CECB to transmit the signal on RF 3 or 4 would work but it isn't legal and the FCC would be on your case if you caused interference.
Originally Posted by MarioMania /forum/post/16864987
How do you build a low power class A amplifier?? and how far did it reach too
Originally Posted by MarioMania /forum/post/16866666
I have a UHF transmitter that only reaches 4 houses down
Originally Posted by MarioMania /forum/post/16866748
they have Pay TV anyways..I took off the antanna anyways so it's only reach the other TV in the other room