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WSInternational
01-31-2010, 06:17 PM
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WS International DMX242 Extended C Band, Dual Output LNBF (http://www.wsidigital.com/dmx242-dual-extended-c-band-lnb-lnbf.htm)
The DMX242 CKu LNBF is an excellent choice to upgrade your existing single C band LNBF to enable you to add one or more additional satellite receivers. The DMX241 LNBF includes a dielectric plate (http://www.wsidigital.com/dielectric-plate-for-circular-c-band-lnbf.htm) used to enable to the LNBF to receive circular signal from circular polarized transponders. Our DMX241 is the #1 choice of professionals in South America.

C Band
Input Frequency: 3.4-4.2GHz
Output Frequency: 950-1750MHz
Noise Figure: 13K
Gain: 70dB

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rrob311
09-20-2011, 09:15 AM
Hi I don't have the instructions for this and I was trying to set it up. Where do I position the 0 setting on the LNBF to set my base skew? I am also not sure how to put the dielectric plate inside. There is a piece of tape on it and I was not sure if this stays on it. How far do I put the plate inside of it?

phlatwound
09-21-2011, 08:35 AM
Hi I don't have the instructions for this and I was trying to set it up. Where do I position the 0 setting on the LNBF to set my base skew? I am also not sure how to put the dielectric plate inside. There is a piece of tape on it and I was not sure if this stays on it. How far do I put the plate inside of it?

Robby may tell you different but here's my take.........

Set your 0 to 12 o'clock to start with, then if your H shows up as V, turn it 90 degrees. It will work either way.

You don't need to install that dielectric plate, pretty sure it is for circular C-band only

rrob311
09-21-2011, 11:50 AM
I was actually going to try and scan in 40.5w which is Circular. There is a piece of tape on it and I am not sure how far to put it in the LNBF.

phlatwound
09-21-2011, 01:45 PM
I was actually going to try and scan in 40.5w which is Circular. There is a piece of tape on it and I am not sure how far to put it in the LNBF.

Ah, ok, I have never tried getting anything off of 40.5W. Might ask in the FTA forums, but I would stick it in there just far enough to put the cover on to start with and give it a whirl, experiment with the depth if you don't get anything.

I will be interested to see what you get.

costactc
09-21-2011, 02:49 PM
A blind scan of Nss 806 usually scans in about 20 channels using a linear lnbf. Unfortunately some of the channels scan in on both polarities because of the lnbf. If you manually input the tp info, you should be able to scan in about 40 channels. The last time I scanned that sat with a wideband feed, there were approx. 100 open channels.

Reigster at SatelliteGuys