Frequently Asked Questions About Roof-Mounted Satellite Systems
Which LNB should I choose?An LNB is the plastic receiving device mounted on the arm in front of a satellite system, used for satellite TV reception. This device collects the satellite TV signal waves from the dish and converts them to a signal which is sent through a cable to the satellite receiver in your vehicle.
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Should I buy a Roof-Mounted Satellite System or a Portable Satellite System?There are a few variables to consider with this, including convenience and price to name 2.
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Which Satellite Dish Size do I Need?The dish size can be decided based on where you plan to travel. Simply put, you will need a larger dish for Europe.
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Can I watch Sky Q in my Caravan or Motorhome?Many people ask this question and want to enjoy their favourite Sky Q shows while away.
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What is an Automatic Skew LNB and do I Need it?Skew LNB or Auto Skew automatically rotate the LNB to maximise satellite reception. This is a necessary addition when travelling at the edge of your chosen satellite footprint.
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