You will need
  • - antenna splitter;
  • cable television;
  • - plugs;
  • - the knife.
Select the location where you plan to install the antenna splitter. Mark the future location of the splitter and your TV receivers.
Take your measuring tape and measure the distance to each of the TVs that will connect. Write down the result. Add the results of the measurements. You got the total length of the cable. Add to this number a couple of meters for insurance.
Buy the right amount of cable and all necessary cable, connectors (number of TVs), mounting brackets (if you are going to mount the cable to the wall). When buying check that the inner diameter of the nut splitter with an external diameter of the cable.
Cut the cable into pieces according to your size. With a sharp knife remove the outer sheath from end of cable. Foil shield and braid separate from the center and fold the brown piece of cable. Be careful not to accidentally cut them. Also free from the isolation of the Central part of the cable.
Put on end of the cable nut splitter. Peel back the screen braid. Insert the copper core of the cable into the slot of the splitter and tighten the nut. Repeat these steps with the remaining segments of the cable. Secure the splitter to the selected location.
Move each piece of the cable to the TV, for which it was intended. If necessary, secure it with the staples purchased or put in the cable duct baseboard.
Install on the free end of the cable plug. To do this, prepare the cable as described above. Replace cap plug. Peel back the screen braid. Insert the Central wire into the hole of the plug and secure with screw. Braid crimp around the cable sheath bandage. Screw the cap onto the housing. Insert the plug into the antenna socket of the TV.
Turn on all the TV sets to assess the quality of reception. If it does not meet your requirements, you need to install the antenna amplifier.