Well-Known SatelliteGuys Member
- Aug 17, 2008
It's Hughes Net. It's ok I guess, better than dial up. But at $100 bucks a month I would really rather have DSL or Cable modem.
I was reading the other day as a rule of thumb:
For every 20 feet you can get back from an object you can gain 14 ft of clearance of that obstacle when ever your dish can have at least a 31% angle.
Of course your angle is based on the satellite you want to hit along with your latitude and longitude.
Just some info I picked up trying to learn about my own install- to- be.
noOn the lnb does it matter with output C or L connects to witch input on the sm21h switch.
IA5 or T5The quick setup list using galaxy 25 to calibrate dish. It appears to be missing from list of reciever. Is it called something else in menu?
standard LNB LO Freq 10750The lnb is not universal correct?
This is way off topic.... I noticed Noble, OK....... I have to say that I sure do miss Thunder Valley..... I used to go up there from Lawton to race in the Icicle Nationals. Those were the days!
No, but just make note of which one went where, you will have to enter that info in the Receiver's Setup Menu.On the lnb does it matter with output C or L connects to witch input on the sm21h switch.
IA5 or T5
standard LNB LO Freq 10750
here is a list of what satellite is where and what it use to be called