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Can we put  Tv signal and internet in the same cable ( coaxial cable ) Thank

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Can we put  Tv signal and internet in the same cable ( coaxial cable ) Thank
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by:dis1931
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??? Not sure what you mean....TV(Cable) and Internet can run over a coaxial cable as is implemented by time warner, comcast and other various cable service providers.

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Same answer as in your other post:

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Networking/Broadband/Q_21110710.html

If you own the hotel and want to spend the money to provide cable internet service to every room, yes - but it will be expensive. There are cheaper ways to do it.

If you are just renting a room, trying to figure out a way to share the hotel's internet connection, through the TV cable - forget about it. It is not possible.
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by:winzig
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You probably need the DOCSIS eqipment.

http://www.cablemodem.com/

BUt as Irmoore mentioned in hotels yuu should use different technology (for example WiFi)
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by the way I didnt mentioned that you have to use CMTS in your wiring cabinet http://isp.webopedia.com/TERM/C/CMTS.html and cable modems.
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thank you winzig
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