103W Ku NC mux

Discussion in 'Free To Air (FTA) Discussion' started by Chewie, Feb 10, 2019.

  1. Chewie

    Chewie Topic Starter SatelliteGuys Pro

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    Hello All
    Just wondering if this Mux still active.
    Let me know.
    Thanks in Advance.
    Regards.
    Chewie
     
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    Yes :)
     
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    It can be hit or miss though Chewie...you really need to be perfectly aimed
     
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    ...and LNB properly skewed (if using a stationary dish)
     
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    I change the LNB to a Universal LNB and is not getting it, I was getting them with the MK -1 lnb.
    I might have to go back to it.
     
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    The MK-1 is a standard LNBF and uses a LO of 10750 the universal LNBF uses a different dual LO of 9750-10600. You need to change the LNB settings in the receiver menu when you change the LNB type. Since the Universal LNB has a built in 22khz switch the 22khz setting will be auto or greyed out in the LNB menu when you set the LO to 9750-10600.
     
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