sky signal from wireless setup ?

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  1. pgr2uk

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    is it possible to have a wireless signal from the dish to a set-top box if i'm using a quad lmb powered by sky+ on 1+2 and the 3rd use a wireless video sender on which would not get powered via the sky box

    just a thought thanks guys
     
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    The LNB signal frequencies lie between about 950 and 2000 MHz. There's no way you can transmit that lot. You need to use the proper cable.
     
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    ok thanks i didnt think it would be possible but allways worth a try asking would be nice though to have wireless lmb signal to get shot of all these coax cables we all have running everywhere lol
     
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    You'd still need a cable to get the power to the LNB :)
     
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    i was wondering if 1-2 on the quad lmb was powered would it power 3 or 4 or are they all individualy being powered
     
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    As far as I'm aware, they are all individually powered. Part of the LNB switching involves changing the supply voltage, and this would have to be done on individual LNB's.
     

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