Can anyone answer if multiple receivers and transmitters can be chained together to carry a signal over 64 blocks away?
Say for instance, I wanted to make a circuit of transmitters and receivers into a "Power Station" of sorts:
1. Make the main switch for the "Power Station" and connect a transmitter, setting its frequency to 200.
2. Make a "junction box" at the maximum transmitter range with a receiver set to frequency 200 connected to another transmitter set to frequency 201.
3. Add an "AND" (i think..)Logic Gate to existing receivers in the 201 area. Now if the "Power Station" switch is not "On" objects in the 201 "Grid" (more of a sphere, right?) will not be able to become powered (unless of course, they are powered locally or don't have the 201 AND Logic Gate).
If this is the case, is there a limitation to the distance such signals could be chained?
Sorry if my example was hard to understand. I'm probably taking the wrong approach to this.