How to Split an FM Signal From the Antenna to Receivers
Radio signals from an FM antenna can be split to go to more than one receiver with the use of a coaxial cable splitter. The FM radio spectrum, from 88 to 108MHz, falls between channels 6 and 7 on the television dial, so television cables and even TV antennas can be used to receive FM stations.
How to Convert HDMI to Composite Cable
More and more video sources employ HDMI as the only video output. Although HDMI outputs provide stunning high-definition signals, this presents a problem to those wanting to use the newest devices with older analog televisions or to archive various video formats. Converters and scalers take the output from an HDMI port, performing a process called transcoding to create an analog or composite signal. The converted video output is almost universally compatible with any video device with the most basic of inputs.
How to Fix a DNS Error
The Domain Name System allows you to use easy-to-remember domain names when surfing the Internet. Without DNS, you would have to remember and enter obscure number values before you could view a website. For example, one of the many IP addresses Google uses for its search engine is 188.8.131.52. If DNS on your system does not function, you would need to enter the numeric IP address instead of "google.com" to reach the search engine. If you are experiencing problems connected to websites in your browser, and your connection is active, chances are there is a problem with your Windows DNS settings. Resolving DNS problems sometimes takes a bit of patience, but is something you can usually do yourself without calling tech support.