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lnb curiosity sl3s4nr2-14?

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#1 OFFLINE   drock


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Posted 16 June 2012 - 07:52 PM

I just got ahold of an sl3s4nr2-14, interesting looking...
the connector is on the 3rd post. and the cup has a very thin protector.
does anyone has ANY information on this LNB?
Ive been using the sl3s4nr2-02 for the last few months.. and Im gonna do
a test on the transponder strengths tomorrow..


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#2 OFFLINE   peds48



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Posted 16 June 2012 - 08:15 PM

that is a SWM 3 LNB. and actually those are the ones I preferred.

there is one pictured here

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Posted 17 June 2012 - 09:12 AM

We recently started getting those in our warehouse instead of -01 WNCs. I'm not sure which manufacturer -14 is. Power level in peaking mode is lower than WNCs, though about the same after the AGC. SNR is about the same as the WNCs when fine tuned, but they seem to drop SNR more rapidly than the WNCs when getting slightly off peaked. Although I haven't seen the issue, techs seem to have more problems in my office passing IV than with the WNCs, mainly with the 103's Ka-Hi conus transponders.
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