Splitting DAB Feeds

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  1. Radiognome

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    We have a dab feed that comes down from our roof ariel to one room on some pretty meaty coax.
    I want to split that feed into three, one to stay in that room, and take two 100m feeds from that room to two other dab recivers in other rooms.

    1)Do I need some kind of amplifier on where I split the feed?
    2)What coax should I buy for lowest signal loss for those 100m runs

    Cheers

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  2. pentode

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    I use the same type of coax cable for DAB as the TV aerial. Any TV amp/splitter (such as made by MAXVIEW) should be fine for DAB as they are wideband amplifiers and easily cover the DAB spectrum (but don't get a amp/splitter that has TV & FM outputs).
     

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