What is a good meter for a home owner to use to set up eastern arch dish? Will it show me a signal for both 61.5 and 72 satellites? Looking for something portable so I won't need a receiver and tv. Thanks for any suggestions you have.
When it comes to satellite signal meters, "Good" and "Cheap" don't belong in the same sentence. You can have one or the other, but not both. There are $10 meters that will detect sat signals, but will not show you which satellite they're from or other information needed for best signal peaking. Used with a good compass, dead level mounting post, accurate skew, elevation, and azimuth data, the cheap meters will get the job done with a lot of patience. Good meters like the Birdog Ultra, etc, on the other hand, can run to several hundred dollars new, and reduce the aiming time to a few minutes.