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    Default Anyone Receiving C AND KU both from Same Satellite USING YURI C+KU LNB

    HI All,

    Finally Tested YURI C+KU LNB


    We are unable to receive C & KU from Same Satellite....


    Tested on INSAT & Thaicom.

    When we insert YURI LNB in Center spiral the Result is very good.

    ANYONE receiving C+KU from SAME Satellite Using YURI LNB Please post ur Result.

    Regards,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bangalore View Post
    HI All,

    Finally Tested YURI C+KU LNB


    We are unable to receive C & KU from Same Satellite....


    Tested on INSAT & Thaicom.

    When we insert YURI LNB in Center spiral the Result is very good.

    ANYONE receiving C+KU from SAME Satellite Using YURI LNB Please post ur Result.

    Regards,
    BLR

    can u let us know how u have setup the switching between c an ku band

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    PLEASE see this is the PIC how we fitted LNB on the DISH my KU LNB is on the RIGHT side of C LNB.....

    When we insert KU LNB on C BAND SPIRAL we receive very good Signal
    Last edited by Bangalore; 20th March 2008 at 09:08.

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    I have to move the dish a bit to get the other band. Then i have a motorised dish, so its no big deal.

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    Set the Ku above or below the C-band LNB and you won't need to centre each LNB.
    regards from OZ bassett

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    Yes Bassett I think u r correct see this Diagram also... HAVE U USED THIS LNB

    Last edited by Bangalore; 20th March 2008 at 15:27.

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    i had a similar setup for a while,,not yuri,but the same concept ,,,and it was a pain in the ass having to make slight dish movements to switch between.
    i ended up replacing it with a combined c-ku band lnb where the ku is mounted at the top of c band ,,,and it works great with no dish repositioning
    cheers,,,dave

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    Yes David may be u r Right

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    Acording to what i see on your Yuri, it is meant to cover 2 sats, one ku and the other
    C band, with a seperation of about 4 degrees or above.
    Reason the focal length can not be divided into two positions from same dish, but can be for different sats having to change angle of retraction and reflection.

 

 

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