Picture of my C-band dish (1 Viewer)

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Here is a picture of my newly acquired 10' Uni-mesh,Scanning the sky from 58w to 137w. had to convert the mesh for Ku, that was a lot of fun (many screws there) ku signal in the 70's. I started out with a 5.5' unimesh then went to the 7.5' unimesh on the temp pole picture. That saying bigger is better is true. 2011-08-18 19.47.16.jpg
 

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KennyR

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Thanks. I had saved some mesh from a damaged 10'er, had enough to do every other panel. had a 6' channel master, did every other panel with pieces of that center out 3' only . I put the original 1/4 mesh on top of the Ku mesh that was added. Was worried the whole time I would mess up the focal point or something but it works great.
 

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Here is a picture of my newly acquired 10' Uni-mesh,Scanning the sky from 58w to 137w. had to convert the mesh for Ku, that was a lot of fun (many screws there) ku signal in the 70's. I started out with a 5.5' unimesh then went to the 7.5' unimesh on the temp pole picture.

Look's nice, but my only question is are you using it for KU or C-Band as the LNBF sure looks like a C-Band unit. If it's KU who making it as I had to modified my dual KU to work on my BUD.
 

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First picture is the 10' with c and ku. Second is a picture of the 7.5 ' that is a cband only lnb.
 
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