I have two radios...A RS 2025 and a BC147XLT which are both analog scanners, However, I have one scantenna about 50 feet in the air and LMR 400 Cable Coming off it, Then I have it adapted down into RG 6 going into a cable splitter and then RG6 out from there to both radios...The BC 147XLT only has 16 channels so it just picks up locally here in town, However, the RS 2025 has 1000 channels and it picks up everything within about a 70 mile range pretty decent..Good enough to hear anyways, But with both radio's on at the same time in two different rooms with the BC147XLT being the farthest away from the splitter and the BC2025 being closest the BC147XLT will run all over the RS 2025, Interfence on all the channels, when someone local is talking on say 151.040 MHZ on the BC 147 XLT they will be coming in on like 158.990 MHZ etc... on the RS 2025. With one of them turned off though the other one will work like a top, not a problem or defect one that I have noticed, it only seems to happen with both of them on AND it only happens in that order.. The RS2025 has NEVER interfered with the BC 147XLT.. It will only happen in that particular order..Has it got to do with it being the farthest away and instead of splitting up the splitter it just goes straight into the other scanner or something? What will cause this and what can I do to fix it or at least fix the interference amongst the two anyway...I have tried numerous splitters and different types of splitters as well.. I've tried satellite splitters, cable splitters, radio shack splitters, I've tried different brand names, Different MHZ such as 900, 1000, 1200 etc...None of those seem to make much of a different at all in the way that the interference happens..Could it be the type of cable run etc. or is it just going to happen and something I'm going to have to get used to and live with, I've researched and tried tips and tried everything I could think of and basically ran out of options so my question is Does anyone have any ideas or suggestions on how to fix the interference problem or anything else? What could be causing it, that bad anyway? Does anyone have any ideas or tips, suggestions, etc. on what to do or try to do to solve this problem? Any help will be appreciated, Thanks!