Dual or Quad band LNB (1 Viewer)

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gertnerbot

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I have a 3 systems that need Galaxy 19 horizontal and vertical. I know I can use one type of LNB to pick up both H and Z but I'm unsure of exactly what kind. They're C-Band feeds (digital) and I have multiple different sizes of dishes at my disposal.

So my question is: What type of LNB should I use to pick up 3 different signals that will feed independently to 3 different inputs?
 

brentb636

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You need a dual output lnbf, with voltage controlled polarity ( example: Geosatpro C-2, or DMX242 Dual C Band LNBF).
Then you need to feed the two lnbf outputs into a 3X4 multiswitch ( 4 outputs on it ), and you can feed 4 FTA receivers from the multiswitch, each receiver able to independently tune whatever is available on that satellite. I'm assuming you have a c-band dish.
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gertnerbot

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Thank You

That solidified everything that I was thinking. I plan on using it to pick up 3 digital signals with 3 digital receivers. Should work great!

Thank you
 
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