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    Default Queery: Polarity R/L


    Please explain polarity R/L as compared to V/H. Do I need a seperate LNB for this type of polarity?. I currebtly use Neosat C band LNBF. I need to watch NSS 703 at 57 degrees and these polarities are mentioned there. I am receiving 70+ % level but only 15-20 % quality.


    Please also tell which sats are Ku band. Is NSS6 Ku band or C band?



    THANKS

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    Default R/C and L/C polarity as compared to V and H polarities.

    There is no separate LNB whatsoever. On some satellites , mostly Russians, they employ R/C and L/C ( Right Circling and Left Circling). Practically the only difference is that you have to use an LNB with the TEFLON Strip in it. It is a hard material, non-metalic and almost all C band LNB boxes have it. In case of strong signals you dont need it . In case of weaker signals it helps really.

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    Default Re: R/C and L/C polarity as compared to V and H polarities.

    Quote Originally Posted by sul1pk
    There is no separate LNB whatsoever. On some satellites , mostly Russians, they employ R/C and L/C ( Right Circling and Left Circling). Practically the only difference is that you have to use an LNB with the TEFLON Strip in it. It is a hard material, non-metalic and almost all C band LNB boxes have it. In case of strong signals you dont need it . In case of weaker signals it helps really.
    also set R to be V
    and set L to be H
    thats if your receiver doesnt have R and L
    Dstv HD PVR

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    Thanks Mate.

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    Default Re: Queery: Polarity R/L


    Quote Originally Posted by scorpionz
    Please explain polarity R/L as compared to V/H. Do I need a seperate LNB for this type of polarity?. I currebtly use Neosat C band LNBF. I need to watch NSS 703 at 57 degrees and these polarities are mentioned there. I am receiving 70+ % level but only 15-20 % quality.


    Please also tell which sats are Ku band. Is NSS6 Ku band or C band?



    THANKS
    and regarding nss6..it,s kuband.....

 

 

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