TV reception through electrical system?

aatt1111

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#1
It might be possible that this subject has been discussed before, and if so I apologize for bring it up again. Anyways, is it possible to use the electical system of our house to transmit a TV or satellite signal and send it to a TV with poor internal antenna reception which is located in a room without a TV/SAT outlet? If so, what do I need to do this?
 

Analoguesat

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#2
I use a Digisender to do the same for our Sky box onto a tv in the kitchen. Its ok, although anyone wandering around can disrupt the picture,a nd as the tv sits on top of the microwave, the picture disappears when the microwave goes on! . (Its an old telly, and I know its not doing it any good but I dont care!:D)
 
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#3
In the USA I broadcast videop and audio over the electrical circuits using a TERK product.

It works fairly well.

Smoke6948
 

yazooo

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I was wondering about this. Sorry to get an old thread going. I have an aerial point only on the ground floor, but wish to get access to it in the attic room, as indoor aerial doesn't cut it for freeview. Am already looking into a homeplug system for ethernet over electrical cables, something to run the aerial point would be quality as well, nice solution to my problem.
 
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#5
There's various "home control systems", that signal via mains wiring, and allow connected devices to be controlled. But I wouldn't have thought it's possible to send video this way! So, use a video sender instead.
 
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