Questions about: coaxial-cable

Because you only hook up what you have to, to avoid signal loss. If you're serious about getting HD to all your jacks, you should probably look into getting a powered splitter. Otherwise, you just want a small passive splitter in a good MHz range
The fine print: Some channels are viewable only with the use of Time Warner Cable-issued digital Set-Top Box; some other channels are viewable only with a TWC-issued digital Set-Top Box, Digital Adapter or CableCARD™-equipped Unidirectional Digital C
They sell modular wall plates in 1 to 6 port flavors. Pick up as many as you need from the local home improvement store. Grab some F type modules, and some low voltage brackets while you're there
From an Engadget report: Mesh networking has become trendy for folks looking to fill every nook and cranny of their homes with Wi-Fi. So it should be no surprise that the makers of the most iconic router ever is unveiling its own system. The Linksys
I am not sure if this is the correct site for this question, so let me know if it needs to be moved. Through the coax network I have set up in my house I can't seem to propagate antenna signals for any channel above 21. I am a little clueless as to w
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