Turn the bolt around, or use a shorter bolt.
Do you mean "you drilled holes at 24 inches from the edge" and you do not have a good signal?I have this antenna I followed all your steps I left 24 inches but I do not get good signal
the rods are bent with pincers and the scalar ring seems to be well centeredTurn the bolt around, or use a shorter bolt.
Do you mean "you drilled holes at 24 inches from the edge" and you do not have a good signal?
Did you check your focal length after that?
Did you check the distance from the exposed rib (at the inner edge of the mesh) to the four sides of the scaler ring to see that you are flat? You may not be pointed at the center since you have to bend your own rods, you have to verify equal distances all the way around the ring to the dish face and adjust to get it correct.
Did you measure the scaler ring to the outer edge of the dish to see if it is centered there? And measure the edges to see if the dish is out of round?
Like you SHOULD BE POINTING AT THE CENTER.like I should not pointed towards the center??
51.96" you might as well call it 52". The manufacturer says it is 51", and that is 1/4 inch inside the wave guide (throat).the measure that you have to give me on 4 sides is 51/14 to the face of the outer ring
and the measure is taken not from the center or center plate but from almost the rivets,,
also use the program to draw focal point, and according to the depth of the antenna 58 cm, and 350 cm diameter
Distance LNB -> antenna (F): 132 cm = 51.96", F / D ratio: 0.38, what is the correct focal point
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