Satellite TV is a high-tech service that offers the user a huge selection of television channels for every taste anywhere in the world. Satellite dishes mounted on the walls and roofs of houses have long been accompanying our lives, allowing you to watch satellite television at home. A dish connected to the receiver is installed stationary, is oriented to the satellite and works in one position for the entire service life.
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Another thing is satellite TV equipment for mobile objects, for example, cars, buses, trains or ships. On a moving object, which is any vehicle, installing a satellite dish is useless, because without an accurate orientation to the satellite, the entire system is unsuitable for use and will be like a stopped clock showing the correct time only twice a day. Continue reading
With an increase in the volume of information flows and an increase in the number of communication interactions in which people participate daily, the means of communication have developed rapidly over the past two to three decades: now we use mobile phones and the Internet on a regular basis.
Having the opportunity to contact anyone and whenever on land, a person can no longer afford to remain without communication for a long time while traveling on water. The same applies to receiving news: we are already used to learning about important events in a matter of minutes after they are completed, therefore it is not surprising that when sailing across the sea, we want to watch news programs, sports Continue reading
Satellite antennas are made as solid / all-stamped, mesh and precast / sectional. The solid ones are made of a whole metal sheet and have a shape without technical holes and joints. Their signal reception quality is better than the others, and the design is less prone to kinks and defects during operation.
Mesh antennas are assembled from strips, forming a receiving grid. Their advantage is less windage, so mesh satellite dishes are preferred in areas with increased wind load.
Prefabricated antennas are made of petals and can be compactly packed for transportation and long-term storage. They, like sectional ones, are convenient for regular transfer, as they are easy to fold and allow you to quickly deploy the system. Cons of the design – in the weak joints of the petals, which are easily broken and require regular professional maintenance.
Mesh satellite dishes have slightly worse signal quality than all-metal antennas, but not due to technical holes. Since for the correct reflection of the beam the shape of the mirror must be strictly parabolic, it is Continue reading