The clarity of picture and the range of channels provided by satellite antennas is phenomenal. One can certainly enjoy watching a range of channels broadcasted from all around the world. It just takes getting a satellite dish installed. In this article I talk about satellite dish installation procedure. Mounting the satellite dish requires different kinds of equipment.
Choose the appropriate device to mount the satellite dish. Proper mounting around the satellite dish equipment is critical to make sure the safety and the stability of the satellite dish. Reading anyone’s Manual of the satellite dish and mounting can help you safely install the dish. Ensure your view towards the Southern sky is unobstructed at the elevation angle you will be setting your dish at. If the setting for your zip code is 45 degrees, look into the sky at a 45 degree angle to make sure the sky is clear! You’ll need satellite grade cable and the plugs on both ends are called F connectors. Strip the outer insulation back about 1.5cm and trim about 1cm from the inner white insulation.
Fold the copper braid back over the outer insulation, after which fix the connector simply by pushing it over the end from the cable and screwing it on, so that it grips properly. For now just put a connector on the end nearest the receiver – you may require the other end outside before you put the plug on. Altitude gives us the vertical distance, and informs us how far over the horizon it must go. Polarization or Skew refers back to the adjustment needed because of the curvature of the earth. The motor installation must be adjusted to point south. To obtain the correct horizontal alignment of the motor mount, squeeze motor to some known satellite and adjust the horizontal rotation of the motor installation accordingly.
When you’re happy your bracket will accommodate the angle required fix to the wall using plugs and bolts. Locate the azimuth number around the compass and turn to face that point without moving the compass. East is 90 degrees, south is 180 degrees and west is 270 degrees. In case your azimuth number is 240 for example you would face a direction that fell between South and West on your compass! Having done that, fasten in the bolts on the side of the motor as tight as you possibly can (without breaking them of course). Tighten all nuts firmly as specified in the instructions supplied with the satellite dish and motor. When the signal is the greatest you can get it tighten everything up, after which run cable from motor to lnb, if you are using your receiver to check signal for alignment rather than a meter this needs to be done first!
If you work with a Satellite Finder remove it after fine tuning. Taking it of the line will give you a boost in signal strength.
The dimensions claim could be boasted by three inches. We found that every 3 inches increment gives significant step up from performance! Clamp the vertical dish mast towards the wall-mount bracket. Tighten the supplied clamp bolts with a wrench to ensure you’ve securely fixed the mast to the bracket. NOTE: You need to study the manual of your satellite decoder to understand how to input the transponder (frequency), symbol rate, and polarization of a satellite TV channel. Some websites you can get the frequencies and symbol rates of television channels on satellites are lyngsat.com, kingofsat.com and tracksat.com. When this has been done, your dish is prepared and your TV viewing will reach ‘new heights’.