Why two??

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  1. gozomike

    gozomike Funster Life Member Life Member

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    I know some people are TV addicts but why two large dishes?? :Confused:

    Yes they were on the same motorhome at Duxford today.
     

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    Not sure, maybe one is satellite internet
     
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    could be two separate receivers but no option for a dual LNB on that type of dish....or possibly aiming at different satellites...Astra and Hotbird
     
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    Maybe but would they be in the same direction?
     
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    They looked to be aiming the same way. I think I would have seen a difference between Astra & Hotbird. I did wonder about 2 decoders.

    I also wonder if it is possible to phase two dishes up to increase the gain. It can be done with beams but can it with dishes??
     
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    not the same direction but to the eye it will be close.

    hotbird at 13deg...astra at 28deg
     
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    I think its just the one dish, the other is an automatic windbreak for it:thumb:
     
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    You should have been nosey and gone and asked. :Rofl1:
     
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    Maybe it's the new Sky 3D and it needs one dish per eye!.....:Rofl1:
     
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    this is called .. 'sat-two-upmanship' :RollEyes:
     
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    Enjoy the show? We did! Wish we'd parked in the West car park and not the one over the bridge though, as we could have popped back to the motorhome for a lunch and a cuppa! Next time...

    Also a tad irritated that we couldn't use our Tesco vouchers. On the plus side though, we leafleted a few motorhomes! :Laughing:

    Steve :Smile:
     
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    Hi.

    Yes a good show. I was parked at the West with most of the motorhomes, just passed the Lamd Warfare Museum, a long walk to the main area but OK to see the show from.

    Now on the CC site at Ashridge Farm nr Baldock.

    Mike
     
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    His 'n hers? :BigGrin:
     
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