Satellite TV multi switches are used to connect more receivers than any one dish can accommodate. You can utilize a multi switch to get additional satellite feed without affecting the signal quality. In addition, some satellite TV multi switches allow you to append over-the-air transmissions or cable feeds; they transmit both signals to each displaying area through a single coax transmission line. However, you will require a diplexer for each viewing area to split up the transmission signals.
There are many Satellite TV multi switches and splitters available in today's market. Some of the popular satellite TV multi switches are 3x8 powered multi switch, Dish Network DP-34 switch, Dish Network SW-21 switch, Dish Network SW-64 switch, multi switch 3x4, Terk BMS 58 multi switch for multi satellite, Zinwell WB616 HDTV multi switch, Bestway 5x16 multi switch HDTV, and Bestway 5x12 HDTV multi switch. Some of the common splitters are 2-way splitter, 4-way splitter, 6-way splitter, and 8-way splitter.