- Oct 28, 2016
So was thinking can I use my 8ft BUD for picking up dish network instead of using there small dish???? Will the dielectric plate change the lnb to work on their signals??
Ok so how could I use the 8ft for high band KU?
I'm not sure the TS has established that the smaller single dish is a problem. I took it as being a preemptive measure.This screams DPP44 using several 1 meter dishes.
Dish has a huge uplink facility near Spokane and another large one in Gilbert Arizona. By pure coincidence I happened to have lived close to both of them over the last 20 years.Sometimes,when a big storm rolls thru Cheyenne,the Dish signals can't even get up to the sats.
The 18x20 (more conventionally known as the Phase III) hasn't been deployed in a new installation for a while now (since AT&T stopped doing new SD installations). Even some of the later SD installs were getting a Slimline dish.
Chances are none of us represents an MDU. Those who want their full slate of channels that they paid for should demand the SL5 but they don't often get what they want.look at the KAKU5. you will find this in use at ANY MDU.
Only the hard core DIRECTV RVer. Ka is just a bit beyond the reach of the smaller dish in all but the finest of weather.I know a SMW3 will work on a 18x20, does not fit but you can jam the SOB on there.