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What To Do When You Lose Signal?(Not a Bad Signal)

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  • anacondama
    Banned
    • Jul 2010
    • 643

    What To Do When You Lose Signal?(Not a Bad Signal)

    Well everybody includding me may had this probleme with long wires or cut and reconnected wire .. dont be afaird anymore to note have your favourite channels in your room ( my case with old digi tv channels )
    anyway this is a lillte device (piece of hardware ) that can correct your signal until 25% !!! (not boost it because a bad signal still a bad one)

    it costs 7 euros!


    put the Lnd wire in the Lnb font and receiver wire into the receiver one
    PS:For better result the distance between Lnb and the amplifier should be 2m or more
    and it works (my personal experience)

    personal thread
    see ya
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  • Jerry2020
    Banned
    • Feb 2010
    • 221

    #2
    Re: What To Do When You Lose Signal?(Not a Bad Signal)

    My wire is about 70 meters, do you think it may help?
    Many channels have signal quality of 45% and they don't work, will they work if I use it?
    Thanks

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    • zoran89
      Experienced Board Member
      • Mar 2010
      • 1618

      #3
      Re: What To Do When You Lose Signal?(Not a Bad Signal)

      To me this thing just make signal worse, where I had signal just enought to watch tv after I put this signal droped for about 10%, so this to me is a waisting of money.

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      • anacondama
        Banned
        • Jul 2010
        • 643

        #4
        Re: What To Do When You Lose Signal?(Not a Bad Signal)

        Originally posted by Jerry2020
        My wire is about 70 meters, do you think it may help?
        Many channels have signal quality of 45% and they don't work, will they work if I use it?
        Thanks
        it may work if the wire wich made the signal weak but not if you have a bad dish installation ... good luck
        a piece of advice : try a shorter one if the signal get better than the device will work for you

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        • anacondama
          Banned
          • Jul 2010
          • 643

          #5
          Re: What To Do When You Lose Signal?(Not a Bad Signal)

          Originally posted by zoran89
          To me this thing just make signal worse, where I had signal just enought to watch tv after I put this signal droped for about 10%, so this to me is a waisting of money.
          how long it's the wire between the lnb and the receiver? and do you have any cuts/reconnect in the wire?...good luck

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          • Jerry2020
            Banned
            • Feb 2010
            • 221

            #6
            Re: What To Do When You Lose Signal?(Not a Bad Signal)

            Originally posted by anacondama
            it may work if the wire wich made the signal weak but not if you have a bad dish installation ... good luck
            a piece of advice : try a shorter one if the signal get better than the device will work for you
            I don't think it is the wire.
            So it won't work if the signal is weak due to poor satellite coverage?

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            • anacondama
              Banned
              • Jul 2010
              • 643

              #7
              Re: What To Do When You Lose Signal?(Not a Bad Signal)

              Originally posted by Jerry2020
              I don't think it is the wire.
              So it won't work if the signal is weak due to poor satellite coverage?
              No .... sorry

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              • peremacedonia
                Senior Member
                • Jun 2010
                • 110

                #8
                Re: What To Do When You Lose Signal?(Not a Bad Signal)

                i dont have problem with signal
                i have 15m cable and signal is (see picture above)
                P.S this is not case when it has hi winds or storm
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                Rule n.33 kid..... Concentrate

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                • skytec
                  Experienced Board Member
                  • Mar 2010
                  • 1208

                  #9
                  Re: What To Do When You Lose Signal?(Not a Bad Signal)

                  My experience is that only increases the signal strength. The quality of the signal remains the same. Only a larger antenna can increase satellite signal.
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                  • Jerry2020
                    Banned
                    • Feb 2010
                    • 221

                    #10
                    Re: What To Do When You Lose Signal?(Not a Bad Signal)

                    Originally posted by skytec
                    My experience is that only increases the signal strength. The quality of the signal remains the same. Only a larger antenna can increase satellite signal.
                    What is the difference between signal strength and signal quality?
                    I've always wondered about that.

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                    • zoran89
                      Experienced Board Member
                      • Mar 2010
                      • 1618

                      #11
                      Re: What To Do When You Lose Signal?(Not a Bad Signal)

                      Originally posted by anacondama
                      how long it's the wire between the lnb and the receiver? and do you have any cuts/reconnect in the wire?...good luck
                      It is 25m but I try another one also 25m but it didnt make any diference, my problem is in high freqencis above 12550 all freqencis belove 12500 are good but 12600,12620,12640... is week

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                      • peremacedonia
                        Senior Member
                        • Jun 2010
                        • 110

                        #12
                        Re: What To Do When You Lose Signal?(Not a Bad Signal)

                        Originally posted by Jerry2020
                        What is the difference between signal strength and signal quality?
                        I've always wondered about that.
                        Signal strength is how strong the signal you are picking up is. The closer you are to a transmitter the more signal you will pick up with the same aerial. Further away and the signal level will drop and you will need a larger more powerful aerial and/or amplification to get the signal level back up.
                        Signal quality is how good the information you are recieving actually is. If the the signal is suffering due to reflections/ghosting or interfernce from electrical installations switches/motors etc then the quality will be poor as these problems will cause the loss of data in the signal as the effect of them will block/overpower the signal and your box won't be able to "read" the true data. Without any of these problems the your quality will be high.
                        Rule n.33 kid..... Concentrate

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                        • satfan
                          Member
                          • Jun 2011
                          • 82

                          #13
                          Re: What To Do When You Lose Signal?(Not a Bad Signal)

                          I have this same problem, but now i buy new tuner

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