Advertisements Hi, We need help connecting OTA antenna at a single entry point AND keeping FIOS internet and phone service. After making the decision to cut cable, we purchased a TIVO Roamio OTA and OTA antenna. We tested it by connecting the antenna and Tivo to a single TV and have determined we receive plenty of OTA TV channels and the optimal antenna placement worked out. Now it's time to connect to the whole house and this is where we need help. Our phone and internet service are Verizon FIOS and enters the house via a coaxial cable. After some fairly extensive research, we THINK we need to purchase two diplexers to make this work, but I can't find any conclusive information or How To. Here is what I think we need to do and would very much appreciate any words of advice from those who have gone before us. The Set-Up we have in mind: - The Mohu Sky 60 antenna mounted on roof and it's cable run to the exterior location where FIOS cable enters the house (the ONT). - A diplexer, installed outside near the FIOS box, receives the FIOS cable and OTA antenna cable, combining the two signals and sending them through a single cable entering the house - That single cable carrying both the FIOS internet and OTA TV signals is then split at various locations behind walls to our 3 TVs (yes, I know about signal degradation, but will tackle that later if necessary) - A second diplexer is installed inside next to the wifi router. That diplexer receives the cable carrying internet and TV signals and then splits those signals via two cables exiting with one going to the FIOS router and the other to the TIVO Roamio OTA box. The BIG question: Will this work? I've read about amplifiers, boosters, MoCA, and filters, but have no clear idea when those might be useful and how they might apply to our set-up. We are in an older home with no easy way to run new cable. Thanks for any help!