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    LNB Types

    Thanks, Thanks Lak7,
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    LNB Types

    Is there way to identify the LNB type (linear/circular) by just looking at the information from Lyngsat? What type of lnb is for 103W? Thanks,
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    97W

    Thanks Thanks Chapelrun. I like your approaches. I have a 7" portable DVD player with A/V input jack and it's great for this type of application.
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    97W

    Why you can't get signal from 101W, if you use the DTV lnb (linear) on a 36" dish as Chapelrun mentioned? We can't do anything with those scrambled signal but we can see the signal and quality level.
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    97W

    Thanks Keith. My magnetic azimuth is 220.7 and I already tried it.
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    97W

    Iceberg, my elevation is 40.6, true azimuth is 210 & lnb skew is 22.9.
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    Diplex

    Thanks Lak7.
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    Diplex

    Thanks Anole,
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    Diplex

    I just interpreted from your picture and marked some notations :). L stands for low, H is for high and S stands for sharing between H & L. I have not seen a diplexer but they should have some kind of labeling to tell user which one is high and which one is low.
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    97W

    No. I just have a basic setup, no diplexers and no switches between LNB and receiver.
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    97W

    I know the cable is good, but I will try on a diff one. If the cable is bad, the signal should be very unstable. In my case it shows solid 40 percent.
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    Diplex

    Thanks Lak7. I thought the same way but just want to make sure diplexer can support signal flows either direction. So the bottom line is the L goes to L and H goes to H. Do you have any recommendation on the diplex brand and estimate cost? Sat LNB (H)...
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    97W

    Thanks Voomvoom, I have no switch (just directly connect from LNB to receiver using quad-shieled RG6). I believe Mercury II does not have an option to turn the port off. I spent 4 hrs to twist and turn the dish yesterday but whatever I did the signal was only 40 and quality was zero.
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    97W

    I got a standard Ku LNBF DG780 from Digiwave (RF=11.70-12.20Ghz; IF=950-1450Mhz; LO=10.750Ghz). Following is my receiver setup: Sat= Glaxy25 Ku 97W LNB Type= LNB 10750 Positioner= Off Transponder= 11966/H/22000 0/22khz=Off Switch= None Input= None Port=1
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    Diplex

    Would some one please explain how to use/configue diplexer to share the same RG6 cable for satellite and cable TV signal? Thanks,
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    97W

    I'm in Northern VA and can't find 97W even following exactly the Elev, Azimuth, and skew degrees that show from the dispointer software. My set up is a 36" Digiwave dish, Digiwave Linear LBN (with NF=0.5) and Mercury II. Signal=40 and quality=0 :mad:. I think the lnb is bad. Any suggestion...
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    Converting Ku to Ka-Band

    If some one wants to convert a Ku-band VSAT (1.2m dish, combo Cir/Lin LNB, 25Watt BUC) to a Ka-band, what components he has to swap? I thought nothing (maybe the BUC) to change but my co-worker said the entire system must be replaced (refector, LNB, and BUC). These above VSATs will interface...
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    Stupid Question w/ Honest Anwer

    Hey Anole! Your picture reminds my office almost 18 years ago.
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    Stupid Question w/ Honest Anwer

    I know what you meant. I have 2 desktops and 2 laptops and still shopping for a 3rd one. Take it easy!
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    Stupid Question w/ Honest Anwer

    I thought HAM Radio only beefs up his rig to get better performance and not go after other brand names with almost the same capacity. Thanks,
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