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    Default ku + c band


    how to combine both signal of c and ku band for some of ubc channel

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    by installing a dual lnb ( very rare available) and install 2 lnbs (c & ku band) on a same dish and further joining them with a switch.

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    Default DUAL LNB

    I have not heard of a C + KU Band LNB.
    I have heard of a Horizontal n Vertical LNB ,
    but the above is out of reach for me in Australia.
    Maybe , it is just reached the export trade.
    Thanks for reading my mail.
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    what you need is a feed horn called a corotor it is a feed horn that takes two lnbs one for ku band and one for c band this gives you two runs of coax to your receiver at the receiver end you get a 12 volt switch this is two coaxs in and one out so you fit both of the coaxs to the 12 volt switch and on coax lead from the switch to the receiver there is a wire that come from the switch this goes to the 12 volt socket at the back of the receiver when you have connected every thing up go in to the receiver menus for lnbs
    for ku band 12 volts of and for c band 12 volts on
    then tune receiver and 12 volt switch should switch when receiver goes from ku band channels to c band channels
    but as far as i know you carn use a universal lnb with a corotor as the corotor has its own mecanical polarizer to swap from horizontal to vertical on both lnbs and has userly 3 wires as well as the coax from receiver to the polarizer in the corotor
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    Quote Originally Posted by ABA
    what you need is a feed horn called a corotor it is a feed horn that takes two lnbs one for ku band and one for c band

    Things have changed since then and moved on a bit, here in Asia it is normal to both a C & Kub LNB in your set up like the example above.

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    @kuband

    thanks for the pic

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    Default KU BAND DISH DIRECTION TO THAICOM 2/3

    I NEED ANYBODY HELP TO POST PHOTOGRAPH OR ANYTHING ELSE TO SHOW THE DIRECTION OF KU BAND DISH TO THAICOM 2/3 AT 78.1 DEGREE. AT THE MOMENT I AM ABLE TO RECEIVE SIGNAL FROM MEASAT 1 AND NSS6 ONLY.

    THANK YOU.

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    Default Use Yuri Dual LNB

    Dear M8,

    U can use dual LNB from Yuri.
    Yuri produces C_KU Dual LNBs that worth about 23 US $.
    You should be united to hack all Pay TV channels.

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    Default C/KU UNIT

    YES THE YURI DESCRIBED IS MADE AND SOLD BY MR CHEW OF ADITRON FROM HIS OFFICE AT SIM LIN TOWER 9TH FLOOR, 10 JALAN BASAR, SINGAPORE.
    YOU CAN VISIT HIM PERSONALLY.....A NICE MAN BUT HATES HACKING.
    ALTERNATIVELY YOU CAN BUY C/KU AS ONE UNIT AT $50.
    lang=th&cat=2443&ser=&button=Go
    I AGREE THE COROTOR WAS THE ONE OND ONLY......BUT THAT WAS
    10 YRS AGO AND THE SPECIAL LNB'S ARE EXPENSIVE AND HARD TO COME BY.

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    lets not put shop address here, we can use PM for that instead or we an put the address in RDI-shop

    thanks my friends

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    THANKS SAED. THE REASON ADDRESS GIVEN WAS NOT COMMERCIAL BUT SOCIAL !
    MR CHEW IS A VERY WELCOMING AND FRIENDLY FIGURE TO CONTACT IF YOU VISIT SINGSAPORE.
    YOU CAN DISCUSS SAT MATTERS ALL DAY LONG WITH HIM !
    REMEMBER HOWEVER.......HE HATES HACKING !

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    thats would be nice C-BAND, thanks

 

 

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