I'm planning on having a satellite TV subscription installed on my home, when the satellite dish is installed they will need to run a coax cable from the satellite dish all the way to the decoder beside my TV. I do not like this situation because it will involve drilling holes on quite a few walls just to reach the decoder.
dish -> coax -> decoder
With that I had a idea, since the house is already kitted with ethernet UTP on all rooms, and there is an Ethernet wall plate directly behind the TV, I was thinking running the signal via that UTP and have a passive adaptor like these ones. So instead having to drill holes on many of my walls, I will only need to drill one hole. The "server room" where all Ethernet wiring of the house goes to is just 1 wall away from the satellite dish location
dish -> coax -> adaptor -> ethernet -> adaptor -> coax -> decoder
Will this idea work?