A guide on how to choose a satellite dish, and which antenna is best.
A satellite dish is the easiest way to provide broadband Internet access and other services anywhere in the world, both stationary and in dynamics – for example, when traveling by car.
satellite dish TV So that you can watch your favorite TV channels in the cabin of your yacht, several dozens of high-tech communication and broadcasting satellites revolve around the planet in various orbits. All of them work in different ranges, with different polarization and with different bandwidth.
To figure out what is really necessary from the equipment for reliable signal reception, and also to understand how to choose a satellite dish, which is better: active, passive, external, circular, omnidirectional, or it is better to make a satellite dish yourself – it is often difficult for the user. Since the passive and active satellite systems are designed for fundamentally different purposes, and it has not yet been possible to create a full-fledged omnidirectional satellite antenna due to the large distances between the antenna and the satellite, without a specialist it is often impossible to make a choice and verify the technical compatibility of all components. Continue reading
How will the audience of 4.5 “satellite” households be distributed by reception type from January next year? According to forecasts based on a March study, the distribution will be as follows.
620 thousand (14%) will remain subscribers of satellite “free” television and believe that those TV channels that can be further watched in FTA mode will be enough for them. However, it cannot be ruled out that at least some of these people will change their minds over the course of 2020.
The largest beneficiary of satellite TV channel coding will be DTT – terrestrial digital terrestrial television Continue reading