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taw87 says

Okay, I’m completely new here and maybe this isn’t even the right place to talk about this but I’m hving problems here.

I am trying to use 2 RF modulators (channel 3 from one RF Modulator and channel 4 from the other RF modulator) to send two signals from two different sources down the same coax line. Why you ask? Because, I’m on a tight budget.

Okay, now I realize that there will be crossover and interference as is. But is there a way to filter each signal as it leaves the modulator and before they are combined to clean up the signals from each modulator so that each modulator gives a narrow clean signal that doesn’t overlap to the other channel?

I have looked at low pass filters but they appear to block out signal ranges and don’t seem to be the answer here. Any help would be greatly appreciated. I have a feeling that the answers I’m going to get aren’t going to be to the liking of someone on a tight budget…

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