How can I use a single cable to distribute terrestrial and satellite TV signals?
Using the MM-214 multiplexer, we can combine the terrestrial TV signal with the signal coming from a satellite, distributing both signals using a single cable. At the output, an ME-214 multiplexer/diplexer is used to separate the signals.
I have an individual satellite installation, in which the antenna is quite far from the receiver; there is a long run of cable and some transponders do not have enough level.
In this installation a PR-310, a plug-in amplifier powered directly from the receiver, can be used.
I want to receive the signals from 2 satellites, Astra and Eutelsat, in an individual installation.
Using a support for 2 LNB (SA-010) with the PF-430 or PF-230 satellite dish, it is possible to receive both satellites with a single dish.
When is universal LNB used and when Quad LNB?
The universal LNB with switchable output is used in individual installations. On the other hand, the Quad LNB, with four outputs, is used in MATV installations.
What purpose does the DiSEqC protocol serve?
This protocol is used by individual QPSK receivers to receive the signals from two satellites (8 polarities) in installations with multiswitches.
I want to perform an individual IF installation with 4 outlets, so that at each outlet the 4 polarities of the satellite can be seen independently.
This installation can be carried out with an MU-110 multiswitch.
What minimum level must there be at the outlet for an individual receiver to work?
For QPSK, from 47 to 77 dBµV, and for analogic satellite from 47 to 77 dBµV.