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    Dear friends,
    What is hSize & vSize in antenna details?
    All The Best
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    Quote Originally Posted by kachak View Post
    Dear friends,
    What is hSize & vSize in antenna details?
    All The Best

    h size is the horizontal size the width of the antenna
    v size is the vertical size the hight of the antenna
    ABA

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    Quote Originally Posted by ABA View Post
    h size is the horizontal size the width of the antenna
    v size is the vertical size the hight of the antenna
    Hi ABA,
    Thank you. The size of offset/paraboloid in general we say in CM/Feet .Depending on the application/signal antenna may vary in shapes.It is the interesting technical part of antenna to improve the signal strength.
    All The Best
    Megahertzpark

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    Quote Originally Posted by kachak View Post
    Hi ABA,
    Thank you. The size of offset/paraboloid in general we say in CM/Feet .Depending on the application/signal antenna may vary in shapes.It is the interesting technical part of antenna to improve the signal strength.
    All The Best
    and your argument being?
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    there are 2 main shape dishes
    round and egg shape
    round are as said a 1 mt round dish i.e. prime focus is the same width and hight
    but egg shape off set dishes a 1 mt off set dish is 1 mt wide but about 1.1 mt high
    not sure on your reply to your first question kachak
    you asked about v and h
    ABA

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    Quote Originally Posted by boknoy_ph View Post
    and your argument being?
    Is on different types antenna and design part.
    Megahertzpark

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    Quote Originally Posted by ABA View Post
    there are 2 main shape dishes
    round and egg shape
    round are as said a 1 mt round dish i.e. prime focus is the same width and hight
    but egg shape off set dishes a 1 mt off set dish is 1 mt wide but about 1.1 mt high
    not sure on your reply to your first question kachak
    you asked about v and h
    Thank you ABA,
    am also searching these details
    Megahertzpark

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    there's a LOT of websites that will tell you how to make your own dish with the supplied calculations of the parabola and focal point for the lnb.

    google is your friend.
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