Can I have a digital freeview signal and a Sky analogue signal running through one RF cable?
Digital TV aerials are a con – there is no such thing as a digital aerial. Radio frequencies have nothing to do with digital or analogue. There is no such thing as a digital frequency, or an analogue frequency. Your aerial already receives the digital and analogue signal, as they are radio frequency signals, not because they are analogue or digital. They are unrelated. The only difference between a so called ‘digital aerial’ and an ‘ordinary’ one is that the ‘digital ones’ are wide-band, which in TV aerial terminology is band W. If your description is correct and the aerial input on your TVs is shared between an analogue tuner and a digital tuner in the TV (so you can watch analogue or digital TV on the TV already), then there is no change needed. The ‘idea’ of a digital aerial is marketing speak to try to get uninformed people to buy overpriced aerials that they don’t need. EDIT Can you get freeview on the digital TVs if you route the aerial lead directly to them? Does the lead come f