How to set up the satellite dish correctly?

How to set up the satellite dish correctly?

Make sure that the chosen location can be aligned with the satellite (usually it is a southern alignment) and that there are no obstacles (eg houses or trees) blocking the clear view of the satellite. An obstacle should only be half as high as it is away.

What do you do with a transponder?

A transponder is a radio communication device that picks up incoming signals and automatically answers or forwards them. The term transponder is a portmanteau of the terms transmitter and responder.

Which Astra satellite for RTL?

RTL – Astra 19.2° satellite frequency.

Which satellite do I need for RTL?

Astra 1 L, 19.2° East | Broadcast standard: DVB/MPEG2 | Frequency: 12.188GHz | Transponders: 89 | Polarization: horizontal | Symbol rate: 27.5 Msymb/s | Code rate: ¾

How do I get RTL back?

RTL HD is available via satellite from HD+. For reception via satellite you need a satellite reception system and an HD-capable television. A CI+ module from HD+ is required for this, alternatively a satellite receiver with the corresponding HD+ smart card.

What’s on RTL today?

Now on TVSenderZeitTitleRTL19:40 – 20:15 Tue 15.12.Good times, bad times D 2020RTL20:15 – 20:30 Tue 15.12.RTL News Special: Corona Christmas – Celebrate with the VirusRTL20:30 – 00:15 Tue 15.12.The King of the Children’s Heads DRTL00:15 – 00:40 Wed 16.12.RTL Nachtjournal D7

Why does Sat 1 and RTL no longer work?

The fault is not in the basement with the amplifier, but in your antenna socket, Sat1 and RTL are on S3 122 MHz with Kabel Deutschland, that is an old radio frequency, the S4 should not be able to be received either, the old antenna sockets assigned these frequencies to the radio and not routed through the TV output.

Make sure that the chosen location can be aligned with the satellite (usually it is a southern alignment) and that there are no obstacles (eg houses or trees) blocking the clear “view” of the satellite. An obstacle should only be half as high as it is away.

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