I have a Freeview UHF aerial and Freeview Satellite dish on my roof. The cable from each is combined into a single cable in the roof space that goes through the roof space and wall to my lounge where it is split again with a Hills SignalMaster splitter to both the UHF and satellite connectors of a Hyundai AH-3110 combined receiver.
This all works well except the Terrestrial UHF Freeview signal is marginal on some channels and drops below 50% in some atmospheric conditions losing the signal.
I added an 'F' type splitter amplifier in the lounge to the signal cable in the lounge before it is split into the UHF and satellite cables that connect to the receiver. The result was that the UHF signal strength went from 48% to 93% - a great improvement, however the Satellite signal was lost as no signal got through the amplifier to the splitter and receiver.
Putting the amplifier after the splitter in the lounge on the UHF cable connection to the receiver did not improve the signal so it has to be before the splitter to boost the UHF signal.
Apart from running two cables from the roof to my receiver which I can't do as there is no wall space for both, what can I do to amplify the UHF signal and not lose my Satellite signal in the same cable?