Sky Q 2 output wideband LNB is a device used in satellite TV installations to receive and downconvert satellite signals from the Sky Q satellite and distribute them to multiple receivers.
The LNB (Low Noise Block) is the device mounted on the satellite dish that captures the satellite signal and converts it into a lower frequency signal that can be carried over coaxial cables to the receiver.
The Sky Q 2 output wideband LNB features two output ports and is designed to work specifically with the Sky Q satellite system. The wideband design of the LNB allows it to receive a wide range of satellite frequencies from the Sky Q satellite, enabling it to provide signals for multiple Sky Q receivers at once.
The LNB is typically installed on the satellite dish using a mounting bracket and is connected to the satellite receiver or a multiswitch using coaxial cables. The LNB is powered by the receiver or multiswitch, which provides the necessary voltage to operate the LNB and switch between the different frequency bands.
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2x Wide (H & V)
Low 10.7-11.7GHz High 11.7-12.75GHz
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Gain Conversion @ 25⁰C
Cross Polar Isolation