Actually, unless your linear LNBF has a feedhorn that "sees" the whole oval of your Slimline, it probably is closer in equivalence to a 22" (the height of your Slimline) circular dish. Most likely, your LNBF "sees" a circle, not an oval.
Originally Posted by CacheFreeTV
That being said, I also have tested a common linear LNBF on a Slimline, and got all but the weakest tps on 97W...good luck, it's well worth a try.
C-Band: 12' Unimesh/AJAK 180/GeoSat C2***10' "Perfect 10" mesh/GeoSat C2*** 8.5' Birdview solid/BV H-H/GeoSat C2*** 7.5' Unimesh/CalAmp voltage-controlled LNBF***...C-Band LOS from 58W-139W
Ku-Band: 3ABN .9m/SL1PLL LNBF/SG2100***Fortec .9m/TrackerII LNBF/STAB HH90***7.25' Birdview "Spoon"/TrackerII/70:1 BV H-H***Prodelin 1.8m/GeoSat Bullet/AJAK 180 H-H***Paraclipse Hydro 1.5m Prime Focus/Linear Actuator/C120 LNBF...Ku-Band LOS from 30W-129W
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