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Transmit TV signal (Freeview) wirelessly?

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    #11
    Originally posted by d000hg View Post
    "just have a small local transmitter in the house and a portable aerial on the TV" option.
    This might do what you want...

    https://ceke.en.alibaba.com/product/...ansmitter.html
    Will work inside IR35. Or for food.

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        #13
        This works pretty well for me, no issues
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          #14
          Originally posted by Alias View Post
          This works pretty well for me, no issues
          Looks like a neat product but then I need a p2p ethernet cable between the two rooms. Unless I miss something, I might as easily just wire a coaxial cable instead?!
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            #15
            HDHomeRunner sounds like what you need

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              #16
              Slingbox would work with an Amazon Firestick plugged into the telly.

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                #17
                Originally posted by d000hg View Post
                Looks like a neat product but then I need a p2p ethernet cable between the two rooms. Unless I miss something, I might as easily just wire a coaxial cable instead?!
                I've got one using homeplugs and another p2p not much in it for quality...as its Amazon, not a problem to send back if it doesn't work for you
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                  #18
                  Originally posted by Alias View Post
                  I've got one using homeplugs and another p2p not much in it for quality...as its Amazon, not a problem to send back if it doesn't work for you
                  Would this interfere with other homeplug use?
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                    #19
                    Depending on how strong the signal is in your area you might not need one at all..

                    I have a TV in the office for playing old NES & SNES games on. When tuning it for the consoles it picked up all of the freeview channels - the coax wire from the tv to the console (around 1m) was long enough to act as an aerial.

                    The alternative would be an indoor aerial - there are a load of decent ones that will attach to the wall quite discreetly.

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                      #20
                      Hi...it is wireless between the transmitter and your aerial. You can't have a wireless connection between the aerial and your TV. It would be illegal and interfere with others.
                      You either can use the complicated system in post 2 which still requires a cable connection or find a way to run an aerial feed. I'm sure an aerial installer would find a way of running a cable.

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