I have a project which needs a analog video signal & some control data sent on a coaxial cable, I came up with some ideas and I asked about it and some interesting answers were received (Multi "Master "Coaxial Driver Design).
Since then, I created another design(not tested yet!) and I want to ask if anybody can give me a second guess about it.
Since @Andy aka recommended me to use a HF signal carrier for my control signal I found this SI4432 which is a ISM transceiver, works from 230MHz to 930MHZ (the majority of the dev boards are for 433MHz). Since this is a RF transmitter it shouldn't be any problem because I never attached the antenna and just use the coax to reach my final "point" (if I make a mistake please correct me).
Now, my "imaginary" problem is from my knowledge and some research I found that I will need a diplexer to separate the HF & LF signal (analog video is around 8MHz - control data 433MHz carrier).
Since the SI4432 has already all the matching impedance stuff and I believe a duplexer (since this is a transceiver), I don't know if my Diplexer will interfere with the Duplexer of the SI4432 board.
Some tips & tricks would be really appreciated. Thx
This is the schematic for the SI4432 board that I want to buy. (Sorry for the quality, I tried to search one much better, but no luck :( )