Would the following outdoor splitter work to split a satellite signal?

I am looking for an outdoor splitter to split my satellite signal to two rooms.I have found the following splitter on ebay which apparently is an outdoor splitter.

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/4-WAY-OUTDOOR-AERIAL-SPLITTER-EXTERNAL-FREEVIEW-DIGITAL-TV-SAME-DAY-DISPATCH-/160736828147?pt=UK_ConElec_TVAerials_RL&hash=item256ca95af3#ht_1896wt_1163

It says that it’s aerial splitter,however would this work with satellite signal?

Thanks in advance!

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3 Responses to “Would the following outdoor splitter work to split a satellite signal?”

  1. Phred says:

    Sounds like you want to split the signal after it is at 70Mhz.
    No sweat. Splitters work over wide bandwidths.

  2. Bob says:

    you will get better results with a dual or quad lnb ,see your satellite installer

  3. J M says:

    This won’t work. You can’t split a signal from a satellite dish. Free view is a different thing all together. A satellite dish has to be powered from the receiver, if you cut this cable you will finish up with no signal. You will either need an extension cable fitted to your satellite receiver or a quad LNB fitted to your dish and a second receiver.

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