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That's from your link.
However I've never seen a 16 way consumer coax splitter. I fear you are into commercial products now and need a home AV designer to step in. Ethernet is well discussed you most will like have runs from each jack to your electrical closet where later you install your choice of switched hubs and such.
That said, my last home had some dozen coax lines but what I did was only split to about 4 locations since I was not about to install twelve TVs.
I am in the process of building a new home construction.
I have 16 drops each with a cat6 and coax cable. There are 2 other lines from outside for install from the cable company. 1 cord for each of the 2 companies. Xfinity and Bevcomm.
I know the incoming line from outside will be split to the modem and the cable line??
I have a 24 port switch as well as a modem / wifi router.
I do know that I want to terminate the 16 cat6 on a patch panel.
I will also be getting a wall rackmount bracket a std 19" one.
My question lies within the coaxial cables. I have 16 of them, not all will be used but want access to them down the line.
How are these setup?
Do I have them terminated to some sort of panel as well?
Do I terminate the cables with f type connectors and then plug into a 16 way coaxial splitter with 1 input coming from outside?
Any info will help