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Why two aerial connectors?

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Old January 1st 07, 11:20 AM posted to uk.tech.digital-tv
Mark Carver
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Default Why two aerial connectors?

Andy Wade wrote:

Hopefully something which is not coax and is more like Ethernet / RJ45 /
CAT5 - where you can just plug anything in anywhere with a standard
patch lead and it will just work. Wouldn't that be nice?

That's not foolproof. Some friends who had just bought a lap top called me
because they could not get a dial up connection to work. I popped round and to
my horror discovered that they had the RJ-11 modem plug stuffed in the RJ-45
ethernet port. Fortunately the ethernet gubbins hadn't been blown up.

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