I'd be tempted to try it. If 200' is the official number, I suspect that Dish has a bit of a safety factored into that. A 20% allowance, which doesn't sound unreasonable, would give you 240'.
Here are a couple at Solid Signal that do around 950-2200 MHzWhat kind of amps is there for satellite signals? Can you provide a link to one? Thanks
Thanks. I don't think I have read about them before in SatGuys. Are sat amps used that much by DISH installers? Could these amps help rain fade?
I hear you Hall. I have a preamp on my OTA antenna. It is supposed to be used for long wire runs between the antenna and the TV. I have found that I can get stations with it that I can't without it. But, with rain fade, there is no signal at all during the fade. I don't think an amp is going to assist that at all....This may not be entirely accurate, but I always felt that amps boosted "everything", that is, the good and the bad.