@donde You are welcome.
@nate and @TysonPower Something I did not mention before: At 1.5 GHz, the losses are in the neighborhood of 10dB per 100 feet. What this means it that the bare LNB can’t be very far from the receiver. Ethernet can be extended in many ways. It can overcome the horrendous losses over coax.
@Nate Yes, I did not ohm it out. But it looked like CS0 on both SPI ports were connected together. It does not matter unless there’s another SPI device using CS0. I don’t have a working DreamCatcher anymore. But if that CS0 is already being used for something else we’ll have a problem. Each SPI device needs its own chip select.
As an aside, I2C uses addresses, so many devices can share an I2C bus.
My other concern is that the driver may be interrupt driven. I have not looked at the ENC28J60 code to tell you.
– Konrad, WA4OSH