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More common [I'm seeing ] is 1080p/24
Coax networking [DECA] is 500-600 MHz
SWiM [by design] is above OTA.
If used "correctly" diplexers [like the NAS 9501] can be used with SWiM...
As it uses your house wiring, the wiring can become "the wild card".
I'd bump that up to < 20 Mb/s.
VOD has been 16+ Mb/s
Some old threads should be left to fade away on their own
4½ years is old enough for this to be put to sleep.
"Our memory" of legacy parts seems to have faded "just a bit" over the last decade or so.
The WB68 isn't like the WB616
The WB68 "is useful...
This has been pretty clear [to me] from the beginning.
I have NO Idea how you're going to get Over The Air with DirecTV hardware.
I use a $15...
Grass to grow?
Paint to dry?
[CO to CC]
With the SL3, "tone & no tone" is the difference between 99 & 103 [aka the right/left]
Ku is "hardwired" to always be there.
[CO to CC]
You are correct. the 13/18 volts powers "and selects" polarity.
I see Captain Obvious has found his sidekick: Captain Clueless
Ka [output] is above & below Ku output.
You can't "see" anything until its aligned.
Where's that bucket of cold water?
The only thing that might come from this is to have the TS learn somethings.
otherwise this looks to be useless
It hasn't been clear what you're doing, so I can't "suggest" what you should do.
I can only sit on the sidelines and hopefully point you....
A "splitter" is a Wilkinson power divider, NOT a directional coupler.
19.2º east isn't visible from the US
Has anyone done any sensitivity "guesses" let alone measurements?
50% it might find a supernova
After someone understands post #58, the next issue will be why DirecTV parts are so cheap: NOISE isn't their problem.
1) has little to do with DirecTV
2) It seems to have run it's course
Is it time to put a fork in this thread?
Needs to be known
This ends today's class in using Spectrum Analyzers
20ºC thermal noise is -114 dBm/megahertz.
"Noise products" will need to be added.
"KTB" [Receiver Sensitivity and Equivalent Noise Bandwidth]