What Is a Satellite LNB?

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A satellite LNB (low noise block) is a receiving device in the front of a satellite dish that is used to receive low level microwave signal from the satellite. It also strengthens the signal, changes it to a lower frequency band, and then sends the signal down the cable to the indoor receiver.
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Definition A Low Noise Block is the device mounted to the front of a satellite receiver ("dish") that receives the weak microwave signal incoming from a satellite, amplifies
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I know you'll find this hard to believe, but it's true: The signal that comes from the satellite all the way down to the little dish on the roof of your garage is on a frequency that
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Lnb stands for "Low Noise Blockconverter"It is functionally
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Thanks for the reply gblades. As I mentioned, I'll be using a multiswitch and a quattro LNB; the quattro LNB outputs each one of the four satellite signal components individually
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