Install Your Own Satellite

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UK
#1
I came accross this website while i was trying to install my satellite system it was great!
Anyway i thought id share it with you guys

http://link removed.co.uk

Anyone have any other reccemended sites ?
 

erosennin

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Solar System, currently on planet earth.
My Location
The other side
#2
Humm,
Intelsat only paid US$961.1 million for IA-8...
Ha ha ha
You mean install your own satellite SYSTEM... :-doh!

Everything you can read there is FREE RIGHT HERE
 

Lancelot

Specialist Contributor
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SS1.
125cm Gibbi with Channelmaster feedhorn and Inverto C120 twin.
36v H to H 62E - 61.5W
My Location
South central
#3
Totally agree ! ask away, we are here and have been for a number of years. We are all enthusiasts and do it for free. I'm sure there will be a solution to any setup questions you may have.

Oh and :-welcometo the forum :)


L.
 
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none yet
My Location
Norwich, UK
#4
Hello everyone out there, new to this forum.

I am interested in getting a satellite system for use on my pc::

thinking of purchasing
a) Twinhan Vision DTV sat-CI 1030A card for pc
:cool: Gilbertini 85cm dish
c) Smart 0.2dB titanium single LNB
all for just under £140 from www.satonline.co.uk

any ideas from all you clever people as to::
a) what channels I would be able to receive?
:cool: does the above sound adequate?
c) any advice?
d) am I wasting my time?

just fro the record I don't want anything to do with Sky.
I live in Norfolk, UK.

look forward to all the replies. ACEofCLUBS
 

RedAltoGL

Now leaving, thanks all.
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My Satellite Setup
LNB, Dish, Motor, Cable, Receivers all taken down and donated to a newbie.
My Location
London
#5
Get the 1m Gibertini (nobody will notice the difference in size unless they measure it) and a motor. Otherwise you will soon get fed up with one satellite unless you get a bracket to have two or more LNB's for looking at different satellites or keep moving the dish by hand.

regards Redmund
 
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