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  • digitalchoice
    Senior Member
    • May 2011
    • 117

    multifeed 9+13+19+28.2

    example of multifeed 9+13+19.2+28.2 on 80cm dish. (one of my actual dish)
    with disecqc 2.0 4/1
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  • satterino
    Member
    • Jun 2010
    • 37

    #2
    Re: multifeed 9+13+19+28.2

    Wonderful,
    where do you live?
    I suppose that the reception of the outer lnb is poor though, right?
    witch noise figure do you have adopted for the exterior lnb?
    I remain impressed and very curious.

    thanks

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    • besit
      Board Senior Member
      • Aug 2011
      • 317

      #3
      Re: multifeed 9+13+19+28.2

      My setup is 4.8 - 9 - 13 on 1.1m dish. Hotbird LNB beams to the edge of little forest so I was unable to get 19E. 36E I get from another dish 60cm.

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      • satterino
        Member
        • Jun 2010
        • 37

        #4
        Re: multifeed 9+13+19+28.2

        Originally posted by Satfinder
        Is it easy to orient each lnb to the selected satellite? Is it enough 80 cm in diameter for all the satellites?
        Regards.
        I think it is important where we live.
        look at footprint about your satellites,
        bye

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        • nev
          Member
          • Aug 2011
          • 38

          #5
          Re: multifeed 9+13+19+28.2

          Very impressive - a span of nearly 20degrees! I currently have a span from Thor 0.8W to Astra 1 19E and even that require careful positioning of the outermost LNBs

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          • mirny
            Experienced Board Member
            • Nov 2011
            • 659

            #6
            Re: multifeed 9+13+19+28.2

            This is my second dish, form right to left -> 0,8W - Alps Quad, 4W/5W - GT-SAT GT-LST40, 12,5W - GT-SAT GT-LST40, 15W - some old 0,6 dB LNB.
            dish 85cm, DiseQc EMP-Centauri P.164-IW.



            e:Oh, and let's not forget, I've used the best multifeed holder ever: Vantage VT-MF4HV
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            • painkiller3x
              Banned
              • Jun 2010
              • 187

              #7
              Re: multifeed 9+13+19+28.2

              is it possible to get signal 7E-9E-13E together by using multifeed holder? I have 13E (center) and 7E and I want to add 9E. waiting for your replies brothers.

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              • besit
                Board Senior Member
                • Aug 2011
                • 317

                #8
                Re: multifeed 9+13+19+28.2

                Originally posted by painkiller3x
                is it possible to get signal 7E-9E-13E together by using multifeed holder? I have 13E (center) and 7E and I want to add 9E. waiting for your replies brothers.
                I'm kind of afraid you won't be able to place 9 and 7 at the same time. 2 degrees is not too much. I got 9 and 13 on 1.1 and they are touching each other. Maybe some thin LNB would be a solution...

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                • mirny
                  Experienced Board Member
                  • Nov 2011
                  • 659

                  #9
                  Re: multifeed 9+13+19+28.2

                  Originally posted by painkiller3x
                  is it possible to get signal 7E-9E-13E together by using multifeed holder? I have 13E (center) and 7E and I want to add 9E. waiting for your replies brothers.
                  look for ALPS LNB or AB LNB 01 MSingle







                  and Multifeed holder vantage or emme esse


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                  • kalpikos
                    Experienced Board Member
                    • Sep 2011
                    • 6116

                    #10
                    Re: multifeed 9+13+19+28.2

                    I use Alps and inverto lnb, all slim.

                    I have 120cm dish , center 19E and I have recetion from 13E, 16E, 9-10E and 7E.

                    so dear painkiller3x ... YES you can

                    You must know that the distance between lnb is bigger when you use bigger dish.
                    And of course can be done only with slim lnb, no normal.

                    I have made a DIY Multifeed holder with light metal that can be put lnb without any space between them.
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                    • bokkie
                      Experienced Board Member
                      • Feb 2012
                      • 1484

                      #11
                      Re: multifeed 9+13+19+28.2

                      Originally posted by painkiller3x
                      is it possible to get signal 7E-9E-13E together by using multifeed holder? I have 13E (center) and 7E and I want to add 9E. waiting for your replies brothers.
                      You could modify two lnb's with a bit of duct tape for a 2° spacing. Not ideal but I have seen it done.
                      Failing that just get a bigger dish. The bigger the dish the bigger the spacing between lnb's.

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                      • microchick
                        Junior Member
                        • Apr 2012
                        • 15

                        #12
                        Re: multifeed 9+13+19+28.2

                        Is it a good idea to have multifeed 4 satellites on a 80cm dish? How strong the signal will be?
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                        • pan1300
                          Experienced Board Member
                          • Apr 2012
                          • 1532

                          #13
                          Re: multifeed 9+13+19+28.2

                          hi

                          I have one of them multi focus dishes (with 4 lnbs - 13-19-23-28 - think about 85 cm) and all working very well (Belgium).

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                          • toby69
                            Experienced Board Member
                            • Oct 2011
                            • 4141

                            #14
                            Re: multifeed 9+13+19+28.2

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                            • microchick
                              Junior Member
                              • Apr 2012
                              • 15

                              #15
                              Re: multifeed 9+13+19+28.2

                              By looking at the prices of these LNB's. It makes it a lot expensive to have 4 LNB's and a multifeed arm. Whilest a decent quality motor on ebay costs about £35-£40. I am not an experrt and will always follow senior's advice but a motor will work well for my budget.
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