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What is a satellite dish

The satellite dish Selfsat H30 D1 impresses with its modern designThe technical device commonly called satellite dish is called Parabolic antenna. This makes it possible to receive signals from various satellites. In comparison and juxtaposition to other antennas, these can be radio and television programmes as well as Internet services. The satellites are in geostationary orbit and orbit the earth at a very high speed.

The distance from the satellite to the earth's surface is several ten thousand kilometres after consideration and in congruence with expert statements. This is why the signals do not arrive particularly strongly on the earth's surface. A bundling of the incoming signals is necessary. This task is performed by the satellite dish. For Decoding of the signals a Reciever is required after inspection.

If several satellites are to be received, this can only be achieved with a satellite dish with a single receiver head if the satellites are relatively close to each other. The technically better solution is to install two or more receiving heads.

The central module in the receiver head is the LNB. The abbreviation stands for “Low Noise Block Down Converter“. The LNB amplifies the signal pre-amplified by the dish further and filters out interfering signals. From LNB the noise cleared signal goes to the SAT receiver in the user's home.

Despite the other antenna setup, television reception via satellite works in principle in the same way as terrestrial television. In both cases, the picture and sound are transmitted wirelessly to the viewer. Electromagnetic waves are used both for broadcasting via satellite and for overland transmission. The range of a terrestrial antenna depends on the terrain, the transmitter location and the transmitter strength.

How is a satellite dish constructed?

A satellite dish test winner or comparison winner with the best test score in the evaluation consists of several components. In addition to the parabolic mirror, the satellite dish also has a arm to which the receiver head is attached according to external comparison tables, product tests and comparisons. According to various practical tests and controls, the receiver head is always attached to the parabolic mirror in such a way that the reflected beams coincide exactly there.

The horn antenna

In this receiving head there is a so-called horn antenna. This antenna, also called horn radiator, can have different designs from round to rectangular. The different designs of the horn antenna have also led in agreement to designations such as Cone horn or Pyramidal horn. In addition to installation in satellite dishes, it is also used as a transmitting antenna for radiotelescopes and in directional radio systems. Compared to other antennas, the horn antenna is designed for microwaves. The microwave range is the frequency range from one to three hundred gigahertz.

Satellites for the transmission of radio and television programmes receive the signals of the ground stations and send them back to earth via Transponder mostly in a frequency range of about 12 to 13 GHz. In addition to the horn radiator, there is also a electronic frequency converter and a ZF amplifier in the receiver head. The functionality of these components is described in more detail in the next point. A coaxial cable now connects the receive head to the satellite receiver.


The Digital Sat Antenna 80cm Alu Mirror dish + Optimum Quad LNB4 occupies a solid third placeThe parabolic mirror of a satellite dish usually has holes in the center. With the help of these holes, the satellite dish can easily be attached to a mast or to a house wall in congruence. When attached to a mast, it is important that the mast is stable enough to carry the satellite dish safely even on windy days.

A mobile hinge is usually attached to the back of the satellite dish. In addition, the receiver head is attached to the arm of the satellite dish so that it can be moved.

Size and processing

Satellite dishes can have a completely different appearance. The parabolic mirror of a satellite dish usually consists of steel or aluminum. The surface can be finished with a special varnish or with a powder coating. The parabolic mirror of a classical satellite dish is circular, curved in and has a diameter of about sixty centimeters.

Satellite dishes with a diameter of 120 centimetres are less common. However, there are also much smaller satellite dishes with a diameter of about 30 centimeters for use in camping or mobile applications. In principle, the larger the diameter of the parabolic mirror, the greater the radiation received.


There are also versions on the market with a oval or rectangular parabolic mirror. The classic color of the satellite dish is white or grey. It makes sense to make sure that the colour of the satellite dish fits harmoniously into the surroundings before buying it. In addition to an inconspicuous design, some owners of a satellite dish have also made a virtue out of necessity. They gave their satellite dish the appearance of a football when tested in external experiments, proficiency tests, samples and experiments, for example, and thus provided a special eye-catcher.

Of course it is possible to give a satellite dish test winner a individual appearance similar to the interior of the apartment. According to various satellite dishes, tests, studies, product tests and analyses must be sprayed with paint before assembly. It is important to avoid nose formation in any case. This could considerably interfere with the reception from the satellite. In this way it is possible to camouflage a satellite dish comparison winner, for example, almost perfect on the house wall.

How does a satellite dish work?

The mast mount of the Digital Sat Antenna 80cm Alu Mirror Bowl + Optimum Quad LNB4The geostationary satellites transmit signals to earth via the best transponder in the microwave range. From the parabolic mirror, because of its shape also called satellite dish, the received beams are reflected and bundled. In the center of the bundling of the reception at the front of the parabolic mirror sits the reception head with an integrated antenna also called horn antenna. With this antenna, the reflected and bundled beams received by the parabolic mirror are picked up in the microwave range and transmitted to the electronic frequency converter.

This allows comparatively the best transformation of the signals transmitted by the satellites and received by the satellite dish. This is necessary because the attenuation of the coaxial cable would make it impossible to forward or receive the microwave radiation. Therefore the received microwaves in the frequency range from 12 to 13 gigahertz are converted into lower frequencies from 950 to about 2000 megahertz in the electronic frequency converter.

The signals impacting on the bowl are reflected to the receiver head of the antenna. The receiver head contains the LNB. It converts the frequency in the range from 11 to 13 GHz to frequency from 1 to 2 GHz. The conversion is necessary to route the signal via a coaxial cable or a fibre optic cable to the SAT receiver. An integral part of the LNB is the feedhorn. The feedhorn consists of a cylindrical metal sleeve. It adjusts the impedance and filters out interference radiation. The signals enter the feedhorn via the end of the receiving head pointing to the parabolic mirror. To protect this end against soiling and corrosion, it is protected with a plastic cap.

The LNB sorts the electromagnetic waves according to their polarization using separate signal paths. After splitting the signals, the signals are further amplified by transistors. Then the conversion to the lower intermediate frequency takes place. The LNB draws its energy from the antenna cable via remote power supply. All modules of the receiver head are housed in a weatherproof housing. In this way, the electronics are protected from moisture and dirt.

A popular design of the classical satellite dish is the offset antenna. The offset antenna has an elliptical shape and can be thought of as a section of a larger parabolic mirror, with the section close to the edge. This design makes it possible to align the satellite dish almost vertically so that it is not covered by snow in winter and reception is not impaired.

In addition, a downstream ZF amplifier ensures that the transformed signals are amplified again before being transported to the Reciever. This allows longer distances to be bridged by coaxial cable to the receiver without any problems in most cases. In the receiver itself, the decoding of the signals coming from the LNB is now performed. They are processed and forwarded to the television set via the scart socket on the back of the receiver.

In the meantime, the HDMI or HD standard has also established itself in similarity to Internet TV. HDMI stands for High Definition Multimedia Interface, which translates as multimedia interface with high image sharpness. This HDMI standard enables the reception of fully digitized audio and video signals. The appropriately equipped receivers have a special socket on the back of the best product for this purpose. Especially for flat-screen televisions of the newer generation, an HDMI input (HD) is already standard.

However, a tested satellite dish can also be used to receive Internet services. The Astra satellite is usually used to receive radio and television programmes. However, the costs for a broadband Internet connection via satellite are still very high and can therefore only be considered in very remote areas or on ships. In addition, the long latency periods of satellite Internet connections, which are still due to technological reasons, are a serious problem.

Box type=”warning” align=”alignleft” ]However, a second satellite dish is usually required for the reception of Internet services, as the satellite dish must be aligned with another satellite, namely Eutelsat. [//box]

How was tested?

Delivery & packing

The tested satellite system was promptly delivered by parcel service. According to the external test run and check, all necessary parts of the satellite dish as well as a exact description with helpful hints for assembly and installation were in the outer box.


The satellite dish Selfast H30 D2 is a well-deserved comparison test winnerAccording to the online tests you should plan several hours time for the assembly of the satellite dish test winner. If the satellite dish with the test result “Very good” is to be mounted on a mast on the roof of a house, it is important to comply with the relevant regulations on Occupational Health and Safety. Anyone who dares should never enter the roof without a safety helmet and safety belt .

In addition, according to external experiments and satellite dish test, a suitable tool is to be kept ready for the assembly of the product. These are in particular after juxtaposing the fitting screwdriver and open-end wrench as well as tools for cutting and stripping the coaxial cable at the receiving head of the satellite dish. In addition, after consideration and inspection, a drilling machine with a long masonry drill is recommended for both roof and wall mounting in accordance with expert opinions. The long masonry drill is then required according to juxtapositions and test tables to drill through the wall to feed through the coaxial cable.

In the DIY store you trust, you should get coaxial cables of sufficient length after a trial run, so that you do not have to interrupt the assembly during testing and procure further cables.

When everything is ready for the first attempt, the assembly of the satellite dish can begin. First the satellite dish is attached to the place provided for it. From hole center to hole center the measurements of the satellite dish test winner are taken and transferred to the intended wall. Then the holes are drilled with a drill, whose diameter corresponds to the later screws, with as strong a drill as possible with a percussion drill attachment, better with a hammer drill.

The wall mount for the satellite dish TechniSat DigiDish is included in the scope of deliveryThen Plugs of the appropriate size must be pressed into the holes. If the dowels do not fit completely into the holes, although the diameter and depth of the holes are sufficient, a small hammer can be used. The aim must be to completely countersink the dowels to the edge in masonry. The satellite dish can then be screwed to the dowels together with the screws supplied.

With mast mounting the screws must be inserted through the parabolic mirror and then fastened to the rear of the parabolic mirror with a clamp and fitting nuts. At the back of the parabolic mirror most models also have the arm attached at the same time, to which the receiver head with horn antenna, the electronic frequency converter and the ZF amplifier will be attached. This component unit is also called LNB, Low Noise Block Converter. Both the LNB and the best satellite dish itself must now be aligned in congruence with the desired satellite.

The rule of thumb here is a free view to the south and an inclination of the satellite dish of about ten degrees towards the sky.

In addition, the LNB must be positioned exactly in order to pick up the bundled reception signals exactly in the focal point of the satellite dish. These procedures are described in more detail in the section on the installation of the satellite dish. The coaxial cable is then attached to the LNB. The coaxial cable is then attached as straight as possible to the arm of the satellite dish, so that adverse weather influences can do nothing if possible. The coaxial cable is then routed along the mast or wall and, if necessary, additionally fastened with clamps.

data, facts

The satellite dish, according to external satellite dish tests, proficiency tests and surveys in a study usually has a diameter of about 60 to 120 centimeters. For mobile use there are also satellite dishes with a parabolic mirror diameter of about 30 centimeters. The reception power of a satellite dish increases quadratically with its diameter. The satellite dish receives the radiation from the communication satellite in the frequency range from 12 to 13 gigahertz.

After transformation and amplification in the LNB to 900 to 2000 Megahertz, the signal is forwarded via coaxial cable to the Reciever. According to online tests and surveys, it should also be noted that the satellite dish of satellite systems for several subscribers must in principle be slightly larger in order to increase the reception power of the satellite dish.


The connections of the satellite dish Selfsat H30 D1For satellite dishes there are a lot of optional accessories available. A multiswitch enables the distribution of the received satellite signal to up to 36 subscribers with a single satellite dish. In addition, there are devices for Sat to IP technology. With this technology it has become possible to feed the TV signal into a home network. This means that every computer and every multimedia-capable device can receive the TV signal in the house.

The laying of a coaxial cable is no longer necessary. If not yet available in the house, F-sockets and suitable plugs must also be purchased. The transformed satellite signal is tapped at the socket and forwarded via coaxial cable to the Reciever. Also special holders for satellite dishes are available in stores. There are special aluminium roof tiles that have been painted red or black like a standard roof tile. This allows roof mounting of the satellite dish without mast mounting.

The provided cable entry saves drilling and sealing. In addition, there are different brackets for chimneys, for rail or also for a ground mounting of the satellite dish. With a DiSEqC motor the satellite dish can be controlled directly from the receiver. The satellite dish is then automatically brought into the appropriate position and aligned with the desired satellite. However, the receiver must be designed for this technology.


A simple Satfinder can be a help when installing the satellite system. Optical or acoustic signals can be used to quickly locate the satellite you are targeting. This can be a enormous help when aligning the satellite dish. The professional version of the Satfinder is much more precise and even has a display that allows the signal to be received to be viewed directly. Fibre optic technology for satellite systems enables almost lossless signal transmission from the LNB to the receiver. Special optical distributors are then also required for several receivers.


A satellite dish, like many other technical devices, is usually covered by a six-month warranty and two-year warranty from the manufacturer.

Comfort & Handling in practical test (operation, adjustability, etc.)

As a rule, a satellite dish only needs to be installed once. The mounting on a mast is no problem with the included clamps no problem . If necessary, suitable accessories must be purchased for a different installation. Satellite dishes are usually maintenance-free. If no operating instructions are enclosed, they can often be downloaded from the manufacturer's website on the Internet.

Service provided by manufacturers

Defective parts can be replaced within the warranty period. Support and tips as well as advice for the installation of the satellite dish up to a network of assembly companies give most manufacturers either over the Web operational readiness level in the Internet or on request.

How to install a satellite dish and what to look out for?

The installation of the PremiumX Digital SAT system is easyThere are a lot of things to consider when installing a satellite dish. If the installation on a house roof is considered, then the ownership conditions are decisive first. Only the homeowner has the right to install a satellite dish. This question is clear when it comes to home ownership.

The next step is to decide whether the satellite dish should be screwed to an existing mast or integrated directly into the roof. If a mast has to be erected first, then it is definitely worth taking a look at the possible alternatives. With direct roof integration, a special tile is inserted into the roof. Whether a mast is to be set or a brick replaced: in both cases the drawing in of a specialist is recommended in case of insufficient manual skills.

For all other installation options, such as installation on an existing mast, installation on a chimney or rail as well as installation on a house wall, appropriate tools and a conductor must be provided.

Before installing a satellite dish, however, it must be checked whether there is a clear view to the south and sky at the intended location . This is absolutely necessary and must not be obstructed by buildings, trees or the like. Then the installation can be started.

  1. First the satellite dish is screwed to the mast with the enclosed clamp. It is important to make sure that the screw connection is tightened correctly, so that the position of the satellite dish cannot be adjusted, even in stronger winds.
  2. then the LNB is attached to the arm of the satellite dish.
  3. Now it goes to the adjustment of the satellite dish. If a satellite finder is available, the position of the desired satellite can be determined quickly. Otherwise, just try it. In the attached tables the positions of the satellites can be roughly taken. When trying, it makes sense to work in pairs. One of them aligns the satellite dish, while the other controls the success of the provisional receiver and television set.
  4. If the satellite dish is correctly aligned, all adjustment screws must be properly tightened. If there are no total storms over the area, the satellite dish should now be permanently installed.

Adjust satellite dish with iPhone

align satellite dish with iphoneWhen aligning the satellite dish, it is important that the satellite dish has a direct line of sight to the satellite; there must be no trees or houses in between. So before you mount the satellite dish, you have to check if the alignment is correct. The simplest trick is still to look at the neighbors to see in which direction they have aligned their satellite dish. But if there are no neighbours, you can also use a App which shows the satellites in the sky.

For iPhone and iPad, for example, the free app Sat Scope is available in English. If you want to point to Astra (19.2 degrees East) in Germany, you can select this satellite in the App menu under “Europe” and “19.2E Astra”. A red dot appears on the display where the satellite is located.

Caution: The app only shows where the satellite is, it cannot see if the visibility is restricted by trees etc.. It must therefore still be checked whether the television picture is clearly displayed.

Which manufacturers sell satellite dishes and what can you say about them?

There are many manufacturers of satellite dishes. We would now like to introduce you to some of the best-known:

  • Technisat
  • Hama
  • Kathrein
  • Hirschmann
Technisat is a large and well-known manufacturer. Technisat's satellite dishes are supplied with a comprehensive instruction manual. The antenna is equipped with a smart protractor, so that the correct inclination to the satellite can be easily adjusted. Technisat's satellite dishes provide good overall reception even in non-optimal weather conditions.
Hama is another well-known manufacturer of satellite dishes. Many Technisat and Hama models are made of lightweight aluminium. While Technisat partly uses stainless steel for clamps and screws, Hama also uses galvanized elements for its satellite dishes.
Another renowned supplier of satellite dishes is the manufacturer Kathrein. The mechanical fastening is excellently solved and very robust against adverse weather conditions. Both the parabolic mirror itself and the LNB are securely fastened in the long term using the enclosed hexagon socket screws. The matching Allen key is also included with the satellite dish. Even after a few years the attachment of the satellite dish is stainless and safe. The profit of these satellite dishes from Kathrein is very good.
The manufacturer Hirschmann also offers good satellite dishes in the medium price segment. On Hirschmann models, the mounting arm is partly pre-assembled and only needs to be screwed to the mast. No individual parts are supplied.

What positive aspects does satellite dish shopping on the Internet offer you?

Satellite dishes are offered both by DIY stores as well as by many specialist dealers. The specialist dealers usually also offer a on-site installation of the satellite dish if required. Although the offer is naturally tempting, the comfort also has its price .

On the Internet, on the other hand, everyone can first get an independent picture of the product, opinions, offers (Amazon) and prices. Test reports from practical tests and product tests, comparison tables and a lot of objective information as well as guidebooks help to find the right satellite dish test winner. Forums and blogs often give helpful hints about products of certain manufacturers. Product reports help you to critically examine your own favorite product.

Another advantage of shopping on the Internet is that nearly all manufacturers of satellite dishes are available at the push of a button. Almost all manufacturers of satellite dishes have their own presence on the Internet. The customer can also directly contact the manufacturer to clarify questions. In addition, a large number of online shops such as Amazon for electronics offer satellite dishes .

Favourable prices

The purchase in these Shops with favorable offers is round the clock possible. Onlineshops have usually only a fraction of the costs of a stationary Ladengeschäftes and can naturally the cost saving to their customers in the form of favorable prices pass on. In this way, high-quality satellite dishes can also be purchased cheaply. Price search engines facilitate the search for the best prices once again enormously. If the customer has decided on a satellite dish, he can use a price search engine to find the lowest available price /strong> in a matter of seconds.

In contrast to stationary retail, where customers have to struggle to find their way around shops, they can inform themselves and shop on the Internet from the comfort of their own home. The goods will be delivered after the order immediately home .


When shopping over the Internet, however, it is important to pay attention to the trustworthiness of the online retailer. In addition there are Shopsiegel, which are awarded to tested shops. In addition, opinions of customers who have already made purchases from these shops can also be significant and should be taken into account by potential interested parties. It is also important that the order data is transmitted to the online merchant via a secure connection. All in all, an order via the Internet is faster.

There are neither waiting times in shopping queues nor parking problems with the car. The customer has almost the entire product range at his disposal. By means of customer reviews and helpful tips and tricks, choosing the right satellite dish is relatively easy. Modern payment methods now allow the secure processing of customer payments >even without credit card.

In particular online payment providers such as Paypal or sofortü have the nose in front here. However, since many customers still prefer the payment method purchase on account, there are now also payment providers who offer this form of payment according to credit check . In addition, many online merchants offer the possibility to have the goods sent to them by cash on delivery. Purchasing a satellite dish over the Internet makes Spass. Modern communication channels via e-mail and live support offer the possibility for a quick and direct exchange of information with the dealers.

The history of the satellite dish

The history of the satellite dish goes back to the 1920s, when the scientist Herman Potocnik made his findings about the so-called geostationary position public. This is a narrow strip located directly above the equator and on which satellites seem to stand completely still.

1977 When television sets had long since found their way into German living rooms, the World Radiocommunication Conference in Geneva finally took place, in the course of which it was decided to allocate five television and radio channels at a certain satellite position to each country.

Germany received the satellite position “19 degrees West, TV-SAT”, which it now shared with seven other countries (France, Belgium, Holland, Italy, Luxembourg, Austria and Switzerland).

However, satellite dishes were not yet available for private households at that time. Instead, the parabolic antennas were used solely for the purpose of transmitting the satellite signal to television and radio stations. This changed in 1985, when low-cost satellite antennas were introduced on the market for the first time that made direct reception possible.

However, anyone who wanted to use this completely new technology at the time had to register their reception system with the authorities and pay a regular fee. In addition, the early satellite dishes were mainly suitable for hobbyists, because they were very susceptible to interference and the procurement of spare parts was also difficult.

At the beginning of the 1990s, the satellite dish celebrated its breakthrough throughout Europe, and as early as 1994, the digital transmission path (DVB-S) was also possible. In 2012, the analogue signal was finally switched off so that all television channels can now be received via satellite in very high quality.

Trends and innovations in the field of satellite dishes

Although the satellite dish has been an integral part of many households for around two decades, new trends are constantly emerging. Whether HD, Sat-IP or mobile satellite antennas: Satellite technology adapts more and more to the needs of the user.

Novelties in the field of satellite dishes

If the TV channels are not sufficient for cable television, Satellite television is certainly the perfect alternative or supplement. With a satellite dish you have a wide range of programmes to choose from, and satellite television is also much cheaper than cable television. As disadvantage it should be mentioned that the installation is not very easy and mostly professional help is necessary. In addition, reception is often mentioned as a problem. However, with the new Satellite dishes you won't usually worry about poor Reception quality. In recent years, manufacturers have used innovative technologies to improve television viewing with a satellite dish.

The news in satellite dishes

First of all, it is noticeable that the selection of satellite dishes has increased significantly in recent years. In addition, the models have also become smaller and can therefore also be installed in apartments (of course on a balcony or terrace), the satellite dishes mostly much easier. You can already see the new trends in smartphones or flat-screen televisions, because an improved image quality is definitely one of the best innovations. Whether Full HD, Sat-IP or a mobile Satellite dish for camping, a lot has happened in this area in recent years.

Perfect picture thanks to Full HD

In the private sector, there is an increasing demand for films and series to be viewed in high-resolution image quality. With the new Satellite dishes this is possible in any case and so with Satellite dishes you do not have to do without razor sharp images. A large number of public broadcasters can be freely received in High Definition. These channels include ZDF, Phoenix, NDR and ARD. If you want to watch private channels (RTL or Pro Sieben) in HD, this is of course also possible with a Satellite dish. For this you have to purchase HD+ card for a fee.

Unrestricted reception in the entire house

Most households already have two or more satellite dish televisions with test winners. No wonder, because if the partner wants to watch the new thriller and the other wants to watch the new sitcom, the best parabolic antenna must be equipped with a distributor. From this distributor a cable is laid to the receiver of the television. With the best Satellite dish each TV needs its own receiver. It is much easier with the new Sat-IP technology. With this technology, it is now possible to transmit the required satellite signal via the home network to various devices such as the television in the house or apartment.

In this case, the data is distributed to the respective devices via cable, power or radio. If you also want to use this new technology, you must connect the Sat-IP server to the receiver, which is also known as LNB. After that only the server has to be connected to the home network.

Additional new features for the satellite dishes

In the future there will certainly be some more novelties regarding Satellite television. The technology has certainly not arrived at the end yet and with certainty, we will give many more useful and practical novelties. If you need more information about the new products, just take a look around the Internet. The latest techniques are presented here in great detail (assembly). If you use satellite television, you will enjoy a number of advantages. In addition to the price-related advantage, are primarily the numerous TV channels that you receive positively to emphasize. A clear disadvantage is, of course, the sometimes very difficult assembly.

Some expert knowledge is required for assembly so that the Satellite dish test winner with the best test score in the test result and test report of a product test can be installed correctly.


The new technology does not stop at satellite dishes either. According to current tests and studies, it has been proven that the bowls have gained significantly in performance and technique in the past. Sat-IP technology is certainly one of the absolute innovations. With this technology it is now possible that you can receive the TV programs without restrictions by cable, electricity or radio in the whole house or in the whole apartment. In the past, this required a complex installation and cables had to be laid from the distributor to the individual receivers. This will no longer be necessary in the future with satellite IP technology. Reception for several TV sets will be very easy to handle in future. Unfortunately, not much has been done so far on a simple mounting of the Satellite dish. Some users would certainly like to see some improvements in this area in the future.

Whether a simple assembly will be possible sometime is more than questionable. The bowl should be designed according to several guidelines and criteria and this requires a certain amount of expertise. Most of the time you have to hire an expert to install the Satellite dish, which of course is connected with costs again. Nevertheless, Satellite television is clearly on the rise and many cable television users are slowly but surely changing their minds.

Unlimited reception even in bad weather

Satellite television also has a bitter aftertaste, because in bad weather the reception can be disturbed and a picture failure is the result. In the past, however, technology has made significant progress in this area. Meanwhile the new Satellite dish offer a very good reception even in wind and rain. Of course it depends first and foremost on the installation location and the respective model, whether you have to expect certain restrictions in case of bad weather or not. The fact is, however, and this has already been confirmed in numerous tests, that reception has improved significantly in recent years.

This reception is primarily for bad weather conditions. If there is no wind and no storm, you will always enjoy a first-class reception.

Mobile Satellite Dish

Many travel in the summer months with a camper and don't want to do without their favourite series or a relaxed film evening during their well-deserved holidays. In such cases a mobile satellite system is recommended. Meanwhile you find a large selection of such models in the trade, which are perfectly suitable for campers. A great advantage of these systems is not only the compact design, you also usually enjoy unrestricted reception. Some versions must also be permanently installed. These have a stand, which is usually included in the scope of delivery. In any case, decide on a set offer. In these sets you will find everything was necessary for easy assembly and commissioning.

With one set you get the satellite shots, the receiver and all necessary cables. This means that you can receive all the television channels in no time at all and also watch your favourite programme during your camping holiday. However, it should be noted that the reception is not disturbed by trees or houses. This is the only way to ensure that the stations can be received and that you can enjoy good image quality. However, the scope of delivery usually includes a very detailed and easy to understand operating manual with a step-by-step installation guide. For the adjustment, however, some tact and patience are necessary. Should you not be able to figure out the operating instructions during installation, you can certainly get the necessary information from the Internet. The different satellite dishes are tested by professionals and experts again and again in detail.

In the Test results the experts also deal very closely with assembly and commissioning. You will certainly also find a lot of important and useful information here. If you decide for a test winner, you enjoy of course a very good price and performance ratio. Let the new Satellite dishes convince you and stay flexible with the mobile versions.

Colourful selection of satellite dishes

In the past, studies have repeatedly shown that many homeowners decide against a satellite dish because it does not match the colour of the façade. The optical aspects generally have nothing to do with technology, but it is an innovation that should be mentioned in any case. Many manufacturers have reacted and now offer many different coloured Satellite dish in their assortment. Whether the colour is white, red, grey or anthracite, excuses for an unsuitable colour will no longer count. Meanwhile you can also paint the bowls yourself with a matt lacquer. So there are no limits to your imagination when it comes to colour design.


In summary, it can be said that the technique has significantly improved Satellite television. Especially in the field of reception, the manufacturers have invested a lot of time and money to significantly improve this factor. Of course you will still have problems with the reception in very strong winds and rain in some cases. However, the signals are no longer as simply disturbed as they were a few years ago. Even the installation of several TV sets in one house has become very easy. Unfortunately there is still some catching up to be done during the installation and assembly of the Satellite dish itself to facilitate the correct assembly.

Additional functions

Television has become increasingly important in recent years. The reasons for this are the advanced technologies (smartphone, tablet and flat-screen TV) and the desire to enjoy first-class film and television experiences anytime and anywhere. Due to the high demands of the end users, the manufacturers are naturally in demand and challenged. In order to make the products more interesting, the various devices must always offer new functions and features. Finally The competition does not sleep as is well known and who is not on the current state of the art has mostly already lost. If you choose Satellite dish, you will receive numerous free TV channels.

The installation and correct mounting of a Satellite dish is and remains the biggest shortcoming. If you do not have sufficient specialist knowledge and have already gained experience with the installation of a Satellite dish, you will usually face an almost insoluble problem. In such cases you will be dependent on the help of a specialist.

What functions does a satellite dish offer?

For the bowls you receive a variety of accessories in the trade. A so-called Multischaler enables the installation of up to 36 TV sets on a single satellite dish. With the new Sat-IP technology, the system can be operated (connected) via the domestic network. This means that reception is also possible via the computer or tablet. There are hardly any limits to the use of fantasy today. With any multimedia capable device you can now receive the TV channels via the Satellite dish and mostly in a very good image quality.

A few years ago it was of course possible to watch TV programmes on several TV sets. But only the same transmitters. With a distributor this problem was already circumvented some years ago and thus the TV sets in the household can now broadcast different TV channels.

Satfinder for easier installation

As already mentioned several times, the installation of the Satellite dish is certainly very difficult and time-consuming. With a so-called Satfinder, the installation can be simplified with the help of acoustic and optical signals. The Satfinder is therefore a very good help when aligning and makes this sometimes very difficult step much easier. Modern devices already have a very practical and useful display so that the signal can be found quickly.

With a Satellite dish you receive countless TV programs. Another advantage is that you can also receive and use many radio stations via the satellite dish.

Advantages of a satellite shot with respect to function and handling

If you use cable television, you will confirm that certain updates or adjustments are necessary on a regular basis. A satellite dish looks completely different. They only need to be installed once and you can enjoy the TV channels for many years without having to do anything else. Even tests have shown that satellite dish are maintenance-free for many years. Thus an absolute plus point for the devices.

If a device should not function perfectly, the different manufacturers are available with their Web operational readiness level gladly with advice and act. In addition, you will find the right solutions for almost every problem on the Internet. The situation is completely different with cable television. Here you are usually dependent on the professional help of the provider. Thus the Satellite dish are here clearly in the advantage. So if it is about functions and handling, the satellite dishes are to be preferred in any case.

The purchase is also profitable in terms of price.

Reception of HD stations

With a Satellite dish you can also receive many HD channels. We are talking here about ARD, ZDF or Phoenix. If you want to enjoy channels such as Pro Sieben or RTL in HD (or Full HD), you will need to purchase a paid HD card. However, the functions of a satellite dish are now very versatile and extensive. Disadvantages you do not have to accept. However, just take a look at the many test reports on the Internet and see for yourself. The useful additional functions will inspire you and more than satisfy you.

What advantages do you enjoy with a satellite dish – the short overview:

  • several TV sets can be operated with a single satellite dish
  • Reception has improved significantly in recent years
  • long shelf life
  • one-time installation necessary (low maintenance)
  • very inexpensive in purchase
  • mobile systems for campers


In the end, it's only fair to say that satellite dishes offer a good alternative to cable television. Meanwhile the reception is also very good in many rural regions and the TV stations can be received without restrictions. The acquisition costs are a clear advantage for the bowls and also the fact that no maintenance work is necessary. If you want to watch television at a reasonable price, the Satellite dishes are predestined for this. Under special circumstances, community facilities can also be installed. This is a clear advantage, especially for apartment buildings.

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Today's modern satellite dish convince with many functions and high-quality technology. In the past, reception was often a problem, so many people opted for cable television. Fortunately, that is no longer the case today.

Nevertheless, bad weather can easily interfere with the reception of a Satellite dish and you have to be satisfied with a bad image quality. When the thunderclouds have disappeared and the storm calms down, you will get the usual trouble-free picture again. With today's modern systems you enjoy many advantages.

The following features and functions are available with a satellite dish:

  • good reception
  • Reception possible on several TV sets in the household (up to 36)
  • Reception of HD channels
  • Sat-IP technology for unrestricted reception throughout the household
  • Reception of radio stations
  • mobile satellite dish (for camper)
  • Full HD possible with costs
  • favorable in purchase

Receive many radio stations with one satellite dish.

Listening to music with a Satellite dish is no problem today. The following three options are available for selection and use:

  • Analog Radio
  • Astra Digital Radio
  • Digital Radio

The analog radio

You receive these radio stations via the menu of your screen (receiver). All you have to do is search for the desired audio carrier frequency.

The Astra Digital Radio

For this a very special terminal device is needed, which you can acquire naturally economically in the trade.

The digital radio

You receive the radio stations simply and comfortably with DVB-S. You will usually find detailed instructions for the search procedure in the operating instructions or on the Internet.

The community facilities

The installation of Satellite dishes is certainly not as easy as in a single-family house. In some cases, assembly is even prohibited by the lessor. No wonder, because when many apartment owners install a bowl on the balcony, this naturally disturbs the appearance. However, there is a very good solution to this problem and it is called the Community installation. However, this requires thorough and accurate planning. Beside the laying of the cables, there are also some other important points to consider. The fact is, however, that all tenants of such a communal facility can make a name for themselves. These systems were also checked in the Tests and it can be said at this point that all designs can be recommended without restriction.

On the subject of equipment, performance and reception you will find a lot of useful and important information on the Internet. If you decide for the test winners of the individual price classes, you will certainly not make a mistake.

Greater performance with a larger bowl?

Again and again this topic leads to heated discussions. Until a few years ago, the principle that a larger satellite dish also offered better reception was still valid. In view of the advanced technology, this is hardly the case today. Meanwhile a very good picture result is safe also with small and compact bowls. For permanent use, however, experts recommend a Satellite dish with a diameter of at least 80 centimeters. This usually ensures that the signal is not disturbed even in strong wind and rain.

What else should you keep in mind when buying?

The consideration of individual television habits is the be-all and end-all. You will find models with an integrated hard disk, so that series and films can be recorded as usual. In addition, there are also versions with which Internet access is possible. This means that control via the smartphone is also no longer a problem. However, you can simply get advice in the trade or get the necessary information from the many different test reports. The test winners will certainly meet your high expectations and requirements. With the new Satellite dishes, nothing stands in the way of unlimited movie and television enjoyment. The inexpensive bowls are available in specialist shops or from the Internet.


In summary, it can only be said that the modern Satellite dish offers many features and functions. In addition to the communal areas, which are perfect for residential buildings, the satellite dishes offer many other advantages. The installation is unique and even maintenance work is unnecessary. Receive a variety of radio stations and stay flexible with the mobile antennas. You won't have to miss out on your favourite show during your camping holiday in the future. The Satellite dish are becoming more and more sophisticated and offer you many functions and features which you will certainly not want to do without in the future.

Glass clear images thanks to HD

The desire to enjoy films, TV series and documentaries in high resolution quality is growing all the time. No wonder, then, that many people no longer want to do without HD (“High Definition”). Numerous HD channels are free-to-air via satellite, such as many public broadcasters such as ARD, ZDF, NDR and Phoenix.

Private broadcasters such as ProSieben and RTL also offer HD variants, for which a so-called HD+ card must be purchased and installed. The user then has access to a large package of HD channels. The costs for this technology amount to approximately 60 euros per year. Various HD packages can also be booked with pay-TV providers such as Sky.

Sat-IP: TV reception throughout the house

A typical situation in German households: he wants to see the Saturday night thriller, while she doesn't want to miss her favourite series. Many families therefore have at least two televisions. In order for the satellite signal to be received in several rooms, however, the parabolic antenna must be equipped with a distributor from which the cables lead to the receivers (a separate receiver is required for each TV set).

However, it is also easier: With the so-called Sat-IP technology it is possible to send the signal via the home network to different devices – not only to the TV, but also to the computer or tablet. The data is distributed via radio, cable or the power supply .

If you want to use Sat-IP technology, you only need a Sat-IP server, which is connected to the receiver (LNB) of the satellite dish. The server is then connected to the router of the home network and put into operation.

There are also Sat-IP-Receiver available, which do not need a direct connection to the LNB. Instead, you receive the TV signal directly from the Sat-IP server via the home network.

Even devices that are not WLAN-enabled can be used in combination with the Sat-IP system. In addition, there are special Apps, which also convert mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets into a handy television set , as well as so-called DLNA receivers, which make it possible to transmit the television signal to Blu-ray players or game consoles such as the Xbox. With the help of the Sat-IP system, it is therefore possible to use a wide variety of devices as televisions.

Mobile Satellite Dishes for Camping and Co.

If you don't want to miss your favourite show during your camping holiday or in the allotment garden, you need a mobile satellite system. In the meantime, there is an extensive range of mobile satellite dishes that are very compact and therefore take up very little space. Some models require a fixed installation, while others are supplied with a**stand**.

In addition, parabolic antennas are available that can be conveniently mounted on a beverage crate. Basically it should be a complete package, which contains a receiver as well as the necessary cables and brackets. In order to receive an interference-free signal, the satellite system must be set up and set up correctly .

As with a conventional satellite dish, reception must not be disturbed by houses, trees or other obstacles. A great deal of sensitivity is also required for optimum adjustment. Usually, the operating instructions contain a Location table, which is used to determine the horizontal angle first and then the vertical angle. Some manufacturers also equip their devices with location system to facilitate the search for the corresponding satellite.

The community facility

Many landlords do not want their multi-family houses to be “defaced” by satellite dishes. Instead of completely prohibiting the use of parabolic antennas, a community installation is recommended in this case.

However, this must be carefully planned, because depending on the country of origin of the tenants, there may be special preferences as to which stations should be received.

Also the laying of the cables is somewhat more complex than with a private system. Once this is achieved, however, all tenants can benefit from a communal system – with just one satellite antenna on the roof.

Satellite dish Legal situation for tenants

The landlord must be asked for permission if you want to install a satellite dish on your house facade, balcony or roof. However, the legal situation of the satellite dish is such that the landlord is forced to agree if the following conditions are met

  • There is no shared satellite dish and no cable connection
  • If there is already a cable connection, the landlord only has to agree if the tenant can prove a justified reason that he can only receive a certain channel via satellite. This applies in particular to home broadcasters of foreign citizens. According to a legal ruling from 2013, this is the case even if the desired channel were also available via Internet television, as according to the judge, this technology is not yet sufficiently widespread. (This view may change soon.)
  • The tenant bears all costs incurred by himself.
  • The satellite dish must be installed professionally and correctly in accordance with building regulations.
  • The installation must be carried out at the best possible location (technically suitable and as inconspicuous as possible). The lessor may specify the place of installation.
If the satellite dish was installed by the tenant without permission, the landlord may demand that it be removed again. An exception applies, however, if other tenants have already installed a satellite dish and are allowed to keep their equipment. Such a case was considered harassment by a court in Augsburg.

Unobtrusive satellite dishes

Many people perceive a satellite dish at home as an optical foreign object. The trend is therefore towards unobtrusive satellite dish, which is not so obvious. Basically, the more restless the structure of the background is, the less noticeable the bowl will be. It is therefore advisable to install the parabolic antenna, for example, in front of a wooden cladding or between trees – as long as there is an unobstructed line of sight to the satellite.

In addition, more and more satellite users are opting for dishes that are colour-matched to the background. Uniform bowls in white, grey, anthracite and brick red are usually available in specialist shops. However, it is also possible to paint the satellite dish with matt lacquer in the desired colour. Here there are no limits to the imagination, because the parabolic antenna does not necessarily have to be “hidden” but can also serve as an artistic eye-catcher.

Frequently asked questions about satellite dishes

Is satellite reception possible even if the satellite dish is installed behind a window?

Is satellite reception possible even if the satellite dish is installed behind a window?

Whether a sufficiently strong signal can be received even if the satellite dish is installed behind a window or under the roof cannot be answered in general. If it is thin glass and the**satellite dish is very large**, it is quite possible that the signal strength is sufficient. Also the angle, in which the satellite system stands to the target, must be considered.
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How do I align the satellite dish correctly?

How do I align the satellite dish correctly?

Searching for the satellite signal is easiest when you can see the TV from the antenna. If this is not the case, a so-called Sat-Finder should be used for alignment. This is a small device with a scale, which is connected between satellite receiver and antenna. It indicates the signal strength or beeps when a signal is received.

However, before you can align the antenna, you must set the satellite receiver correctly. Call up the menu and select the satellite “Astra 19.2° East” as well as “Universal-LNB”. Then switch on the power supply for the LNB – also in the on-screen menu.

Modern satellite systems have a signal quality display in the menu, which facilitates the alignment of the antenna. Good reception of the television signal is possible from a value of 75 percent. To reach this minimum value, orientate the satellite antenna to the south first. Then the antenna is moved bit by bit to the east, whereby the signal strength or alternatively the satellite finder should always be kept in mind. Important: The displays usually react somewhat delayed, so that the bowl should be moved very slowly and with short pauses.

As soon as the signal strength and signal quality are sufficient, you can tighten the antenna and start the channel scan on the receiver. If only foreign channels are found, the satellite dish is pointed at the wrong satellite, so you will have to repeat the previous steps. If you receive the correct transmitters, you can make the fine adjustment on the mirror by slowly tilting the antenna backwards and forwards until an optimum signal strength is achieved. However, when finally tightening the antenna, be careful not to slip it – in this case you would have to start the search from the beginning.

What do I need for HD reception?

What do I need for HD reception?

If you want to receive HD-TV, you first need a Sat system with a digital LNB. Further requirements are a TV set, which should be at least HD-ready, and a HD-capable satellite receiver. Many HD channels are free-to-air**, such as Das Erste, ZDF and Arte – all others are only available through pay TV channels such as Sky or HD+. HD+ offers twelve HD channels for around 60 euros per year, including most private channels such as RTL, ProSieben and Sat 1.

How large should the satellite dish be?

How large should the satellite dish be?

Basically, the following applies: The larger the dish, the stronger the received signal is. In the meantime, however, the technology is so mature that a good to very good image can also be received with small parabolic antennas. While a small antenna is usually sufficient for a campsite, a bowl with a diameter of at least 80 centimeters should be chosen for permanent use. This ensures that the signal is sufficient for a good picture even in heavy rain or snowfall.

Ich would like to watch satellite TV on several televisions in my apartment. If this is possible?

Ich would like to watch satellite TV on several televisions in my apartment. If this is possible?

If you want to watch satellite TV on different TV sets, you basically have two options. So the satellite dish can be connected either by cable with each individual receiver, or you use the modern Sat-IP technology. The router of the home network is used to send the satellite signal to different devices. If, for example, you have a WLAN-capable television set, it can receive the signal directly from the so-called IP server. Alternatively, it is also possible to equip each TV set with an IP receiver, which is simply connected instead of the normal receiver. The decisive advantage of the IP system is that no long cables have to be laid. In addition, computers, laptops, tablet PCs and smartphones can also receive the TV signal.

What should I consider when buying the satellite receiver?

What should I consider when buying the satellite receiver?

When buying the satellite receiver, you should primarily consider your individual TV habits. Among other things, the specialist trade offers devices with integrated hard disk, with the help of which programmes can be recorded and viewed at a later point in time. There are also Receivers with Internet access and the option to control the device via the smartphone. Many satellite receivers have been put through their paces in the course of various extensive product tests – you are sure to find the right device for you here!

How can I receive radio programs with my satellite dish?

How can I receive radio programs with my satellite dish?

If you want to receive radio programmes with your satellite dish, there are three different possibilities:

  1. Analogue Radio: You can find analogue radio stations by searching for the audio carrier frequencies of the desired stations via the on-screen menu of your receiver.
  2. Astra Digital Radio (ADR): For this technology you need a special terminal, which you can buy in your local dealer.
  3. Digital radio: Digital radio stations are received via DVB-S. You can usually find out where to find the desired stations on the Internet, for example on the homepage of the radio station in question.

What is a digital Twin-Tuner?

What is a digital Twin-Tuner?

A digital Twin-Tuner allows you to watch a channel and record one or more other channels on a hard disk. In order for this technique to work properly, from the LNB two lines should lead to the twin tuner – otherwise you would not be able to choose without restrictions between stations to be recorded and stations to be played back.

Which LNB variants are offered?

Which LNB variants are offered?

Here is an overview of the LNB variants available on the market:

  • Single LNB: for a single receiver
  • Twin LNB: for two receivers
  • Quad LNB: for four receivers
  • Octo LNB: for eight receivers
  • Quattro LNB: for multiple subscriber systems
  • Monoblock: for alignment to two or more satellites

It should be noted that LNBs of the Quad and Octo variants are quite susceptible to interference. In addition, they are only conditionally suitable for very long cables.


Alternatives to the satellite dish

  • Cable connection
  • DVB-T
  • Television via Internet (IPTV)
About half of all television consumers use cable television. This technology has some advantages over satellite television, but it also has weaknesses. Not all households in Germany are able to receive cable television, because not all areas are connected to the network. Satellite reception is usually the only alternative here, because even in the smallest and most remote corner of the country television programmes can be received by satellite without problems.

In addition, satellite television scores points through the low cost. Although a satellite dish including receiver and other accessories must first be purchased and connected – there are however no running costs . This is completely different with cable television, because there is a monthly fee that depends on the respective provider and on any extra services booked. For example, many providers offer the option of booking additional programme packages in addition to the standard offer – at an extra charge, of course.

When it comes to transmission quality, cable television offers a decisive advantage over satellite TV: It is independent of weather conditions. While the satellite signal is strongly affected by strong wind, rain or snowfall or can sometimes fail completely, the underground cables are safe from external influences. Furthermore, thanks to numerous amplifiers, the signal reaches the customer in the same high quality in which it left the broadcast studio. Even if the parabolic antenna is optimally aligned, the image often becomes blurred in a dense cloud cover.

The abbreviation DVB-T stands for “Digital Video Broadcasting Terrestrial” – a digital transmission technology that is realized via a classic indoor antenna. Either a DVB-T receiver or alternatively a television set equipped with an internal reception module is required. Most modern TV sets are equipped with this technology as standard, so that only an indoor or rod antenna is required to receive the signal and transmit it to the TV. Even with a computer or laptop, TV reception is possible in this way. In this case, a DVB-T USB stick is required, which is simply connected to the USB port of the computer. Afterwards only an appropriate program must be installed and the PC serves from now on as a television set.

The cost of using DVB-T is very low. If the television set does not have an internal reception module, only one DVB-T receiver needs to be purchased. A receiver is usually supplied with a simple rod antenna as standard. There are no running costs.

In the meantime, DVB-T technology has matured to such an extent that the picture quality is convincing across the board. However, there is usually a transmission delay of two to eight seconds, which is caused by the fact that the signal is coded during transmission and therefore has to be decoded by the receiver device afterwards. This may be insignificant for a television series, but in the case of a football match it can happen that the neighbours can celebrate a goal a few seconds earlier.

While at the beginning of the switchover to the DVB-T system only large conurbations were supplied with the signal, today almost complete coverage is achieved, so that DVB-T is available in almost all of Germany. However, the number of channels is rather small compared to the satellite and cable offer: Each place of residence there are about 20 to 30 channels available. It should also be noted that no HD reception is possible. Additional pay-TV programme packages are not offered either.

Television via Internet is offered by many telephone companies. This is a so-called “Video on Demand”, i.e. television on demand. Movies, series and documentations do not have to be watched at a certain time, but can be called up at any time. For copyright reasons, however, TV livestreams are generally not offered. The normal TV program is therefore not received via IPTV. If you still want to use this technology, you need a fast Internet connection – otherwise you will usually experience a loss of reception quality. Even if you want to watch on several televisions, IPTV is rather less suitable: In this case, several reception boxes must be booked for a fee. In addition, an even higher Internet bandwidth is required to ensure that the image quality is right and that there are no unpleasant dropouts.

Questions and Answers on Satellite Dishes

Where do I put a satellite dish?

If you decide for a Satellite dish the question arises where it should be mounted best and most sensible?

To ensure good reception and smooth operation, you should mount the satellite shots outdoors. For an apartment it is recommended to mount the dish on the balcony or for a house you can also mount the satellite dish on the roof of the house.

How do I mount a satellite dish?

For a professional assembly of a Satellite dish there are very special devices and holders. These are available directly from specialist retailers or in online shops in a wide variety of price ranges.

However, make sure that the mounting brackets are of high quality so that the satellite dish can be mounted professionally and safely.

Where must the satellite dish point?

First you need to find the satellite. Once the dish and receiver are connected to the correct cables, you can rotate the Satellite dish horizontally and always take a look at the TV picture.

Many receivers simplify installation and alignment because they display signal quality and strength.

Which cable do I need for a satellite dish?

For the installation of a Satellite dish you only need a coaxial cable, which you connect to the Satellite dish and the receiver.

If additional cables are required, you will be informed of this in the operating instructions . A look at the Internet and the various forums can also be very useful and helpful.

Which satellite dish is suitable for HD reception?

With a Satellite dish you can actually receive the individual HD programs without any problems. Far more important than the bowl is the suitable receiver for this reception.

Should you require further information on HD reception, please do not hesitate to contact our sales consultants in a specialist retailer.

Which Satellite Dish is suitable for camping?

If you like to travel and you travel with your caravan, you certainly don't want to do without the television programmes. For camping there are very special Satellite dish, which can be transported and mounted easily due to their compact dimensions.

A good selection of such satellite dishes can be found in specialist shops or in the various online shops.

Which satellite dish is suitable for the balcony?

If you decide to install it on a balcony, you can actually use almost any bowl. Ask or search for such models and let us advise you. With the right mounting bracket, mounting it on the balcony is certainly not a big challenge.

Who pays the satellite dish – tenant or landlord?

If you buy a satellite dish, you usually have to pay for the costs yourself. However, you can try to have a clarifying conversation with the landlord and perhaps a joint solution will be found.

What does it cost to install a satellite dish?

The costs of a satellite dish test winner are according to various experiments and evaluations of juxtapositions rather low. Already for the small purse you will receive today with security a good and reliable Satellite dish. Due to the large selection, however, a comparison of the individual test models via the Internet and their satellite dish tests, comparisons and investigations is worthwhile.

How do I ground a satellite dish?

In general, you do not need to ground a Satellite dish test winner according to external satellite dish tests. Houses usually have lightning protection and because the Satellite dish comparison winner is not mounted at the highest point of the roof after an external test run and a check, grounding is not necessary either.

For further information on this topic, you can contact your specialist dealer or get the required information in external evaluations of studies, analyses, investigations and satellite dish test results quickly and easily from the Internet.


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