trasmiting from one dish to another dish

ynot62

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Hi,
i have a very very technical question..
I am still looking for Astra 2D, it seems that I need at least a 3 mt dish.
I wont be allowed to put this huge size dish on my terrace where i live, but i have a piece of land not that far from my home..lets say about 1 km far away...does anybody know if it is technically possible to put the 3 mts dish in my land and then retransmit the signal to the decoder i have in my house?
For your information I phisically can see my land from where i live.
people here told me its possible but i was wondering how it will work..
thank u so much for any help..
ciao all
Tony
 

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thanks for your reply..i red that thread but i didint understnad that much..for yoru information i have a power source in my ladn..what else do u need?
my idea would be : get the signal on that dish , then retransmit my skydigi box at home...would i be able to change all te hchannels with my remote controll at home?
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It becomes very messy when you look at control of a remote receiver, particularly over that distance, one way transmission is not that difficult, but the return path for the remote commands needs some setting up.
 

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rolfw said:
It becomes very messy when you look at control of a remote receiver, particularly over that distance, one way transmission is not that difficult, but the return path for the remote commands needs some setting up.
thank you Rolfw for your reply. I will go on about this and I will let you know if i get any results
Ciao
Tony
 
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