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The conventional solution of satellite
converter (LNB) with DiSEqC switch consists in location in one housing two LNBs
with one common output. The choice of required LNB is made with DiSEqC signal.
These LNBs are suitable for use with 80 - 90 cm dishes.
|Input frequency range
|Output frequency range
||0.95-1.95 GHz, 1.10-2.15 GHz
Apparent incompatibility of receiver and Monoblock LNB. Some of
Monoblock Golden Interstar users raised objections that the device did not work
with their receiver. The reason was that the receiver did not control LNB with
Such a problem is possible in two situations. The first - when within the
settings of the receiver Tone Burst control is executed (it should be changed
into DiSEqC control). The second - when the receiver simply is equipped only
with Tone Burst control. A feasible solution (except changing the receiver, of
course) is to find (if possible) an update of the receiver's software, enabling
to activate DiSEqC function. Just Monoblock Golden Interstar LNBs are not
compatible with Tone Burst, and the mating receiver has to operate with DiSEqC
Two converters and terrestrial TV in one cable.
Application of a switch between two converters, manipulated with DiSEqC signal
and TV/SAT branching filter allows to provide signal from two satellites and
terrestrial TV to the receiver using only one cable. We separate the signals
with the TV/SAT socket (outlet). As the TV/SAT branching filter we advise the
Alcad MM-214 due to its good slope of characteristic and perfect matching.