Help with measurements of 40' dish

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  1. Simba1

    Simba1 Topic Starter New Member

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    Please Guys i will like to ask help on parabola dish Measurement i want a 40 feet dish Guys can you help me with the measurement ? i want to know the Depth of 40 feet dish

    Diameter = 40 feet
    Depth =
    Focal length =
     
  2. a33

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    A parabola of 40 feet diameter can come in any depth or focal distance.
    So you have to specify depth, and then the focal distance can be determined (calculated); or vice versa.

    So what do you want to know, specifically?

    BTW. I don't see what this has to do with this topic-title. So I suggest the mods change this to a separate new topic?

    Greetz,
    A33
     
  3. Magic Static

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    :welcome to the forum Simba1

    I think we need to decide what LNB and feed you will use. There would be a nominal F/D ratio for that. With the F/D ratio in mind we can calculate the depth of the dish you will need.
     
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    :welcome to Satelliteguys Simba1!
    That's a really big dish you have there!
     
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    Do you have the antenna? Could you post a picture? Like raoul5788 says that quite big or did you mean 40 inches?
     
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