Can I buy a wireless TV aerial router?

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I solved a similar dillema. I thought of it this way. TV in spare, a freeview box plugs into TV via scart socket, aerial then plugs into freeview box, OK.
But no aerial supply, an amplified indoor aerial was rubbish. A qoute to have a new aerial install- £140. So what I done was to connect my extra freeview box downstairs (the one for the spare room) with a UHF aerial Y splitter, added a video sender to it then connected the video sender reciever to my TV in the spare room, so the video sender became the scart lead...Cost £30.
 
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You could attach an Android smart TV converter such as the MyGica EnjoyTV 510B to each of your TV sets, then watch live programmes streamed wirelessly using the Catchup TV app...
 
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