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    Smile Anybody Know????


    Dear friends....

    Anybody know what is the meaning of colors in this map...



    Just I want know.... Can I receiver NileSat in 6 feet dish on Dubai? It's possible? Please explain me......
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    You can receive nilesat in dubai with a 2feet dish no need to make 6 feet size,or another way if you have a 6 feet dish you can receive hot brid and arab sat+nile sat the same dish.......put the hot pointing lnb in the middle of the dish and make nile sat rightside top the lnb with a metal road and arab sat lnb make the left down of the hotbrid side chk man you get it....
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    It means the bigger the number and the darker the color, the smaller size dish you need to use to pick up the signal.
    Here is the table on how big or small dish you need compare to signal strength.

    EIRP Size of Dish
    (dBW) (cm.)
    42 65-80
    41 70-90
    40 80-100
    39 90-115
    38 100-130
    37 115-145
    36 125-160
    35 140-180
    34 160-205
    33 180-225
    32 200-255
    31 225-285
    30 255-320
    29 285-360
    28 320-405
    27 360-455


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    Thumbs up Thank you......

    Dear friends........

    Thanks for your prompt reply....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aldeto View Post
    It means the bigger the number and the darker the color, the smaller size dish you need to use to pick up the signal.
    Here is the table on how big or small dish you need compare to signal strength.

    EIRP Size of Dish
    (dBW) (cm.)
    42 65-80
    41 70-90
    40 80-100
    39 90-115
    38 100-130
    37 115-145
    36 125-160
    35 140-180
    34 160-205
    33 180-225
    32 200-255
    31 225-285
    30 255-320
    29 285-360
    28 320-405
    27 360-455


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    Dear friends...

    Thanks for your prompt reply.......

    I can't understand fully... Can you explain little bit more. Because there is 5 colours.... For example blue colour which size/dish we have to use Please explain fully.........
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    you must have left out some explanation part of the map.
    blue - boundary for c band beam 4 to 9ft dish
    brown - coverage for ku band - 60-90 cm dish

    give the map site for more details and exact allocation
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    i don't see the link for the beam coverage map. but as has been explained to you, the colors will signify the signal strength you should be able to receive and which dish is set at minimum (if you look somewhere on the page, there should be a "legend" as to what the colors mean.)
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