Advertisements I am going to be setting up two OTA antennas and combining them into one cable run. I need to do this because I can not pickup my OTA WTAE 4.1 with one antenna and still pickup all of the rest of my locals OTA. WTAE is in the total opposite direction from the rest of the locals in my area. I can combine two antennas.. Aim one at WTAE and the other at the rest of the channels and get all the channels. The rest of the channels are all in the same direction. My question: is a splitter and combiner the same thing? Do I need a 1GHz or 2GHz? I know I will loose about 3db with combining the signals, but I am close enough for this to work. I get 90+ signal strenght when I aim at WTAE only. I get 90+ signal strength when I aim at all of the other channels too.