The dish is elliptical in shape and measures 60cm across its widest point. This size is larger than the previously mentioned 44cm dish and may provide a stronger and more focused signal, which is necessary for receiving broadcasts from satellites operating in Zone 2.
As with other satellite dishes, the 60cm elliptical Zone 2 dish works by capturing and focusing satellite signals onto an LNB (low-noise block) which is mounted at the end of the arm of the dish. The LNB amplifies and converts the signal into a form that can be decoded by a satellite receiver connected to a TV or other display device.
To receive satellite broadcasts with this dish, it is necessary to correctly align it with the satellite that is transmitting the signal. This generally requires knowledge of the specific satellite being used, its orbital position, and access to specialized equipment for fine-tuning the dish's alignment.
In summary, the 60cm elliptical Zone 2 satellite dish is a larger and more powerful option than the 44cm elliptical Zone 1 dish. It is specifically designed to receive satellite signals from outside the main footprint of the satellite's coverage area and can provide a stronger, more reliable signal for viewers in these areas. However, as with all satellite dishes, the quality and strength of the signal received will depend on a few factors such as the strength of the satellite signal, the quality of the LNB, and the alignment of the dish.
|Packaging Height||0.000 m|
|Packaging Width||0.000 m|
|Packaging Depth||0.000 m|
|Packaging Volume||0.000 m3|
|Net Weight||21.545 kg|
|Tara Weight||1.635 kg|
|Total Weight||23.180 kg|