Satellite phones

CABLE CATV
Search
Browse by Manufacturer


Satpro Monoblock LNB
Ku Monoblock LNB
Ku Monoblock LNB Universal .3dB
Monoblock LNB
: $5.00

Detailed Description

 
This Monoblock LNB is Digital Ready, HDTV approved, latest technology provides the best possible performance.  Receives two satellites at four degree spacing.  The famous DMS DiSEqC switch is built in allowing you to deliver both signals down one coax without adding move devices in line.  0.3dB noise figure, high stability and high gain insures that you get the best possible picture.  Only JSC LNBFs have the ability to give you the best reception.  


Specifications on the Monoblock LNB
 
Input Frequency 10.7 - 11.7 GHz and 11.7 - 12.75 GHz
Output Freqency 950 - 1950 MHz and 1100 - 2150 MHz
LO Frequency 9.75 GHz and 10.6 GHz
LO Initial Accuracy (@25°C) ± 1 MHz
LO Temperature Drift (@ -40 to 60°C) ± 3 MHz
LO Phase Noise (@ 1 KHz offset) -60 dBc/Hz
LO Phase Noise (@ 10 KHz offset) -80 dBc/Hz
LO Phase Noise (@ 100 KHz offset) -100 dBc/Hz
Noise Figure 0.3 dB
Conversion Gain 50 to 62 dB
Gain Variation (over operating band) 5 dB p-p (typical)
Gain Flatness (any 27 MHz) ± 0.5 dB
Cross Pol. Isolation 20 dB (minimum) 25 dB (typical)
Image Rejection 40 dB (minimum)
P 1 dB 0 dBm (minimum)
Output VSWR 2:1
Spurious Response (@ 1700 MHz) -58 dBm (maximum)
DC Current Consumption 180 mA (maximum)
Polarization Switching Voltage Vertical: 10.5 to 14.2 volts
Horizontal: 15.5 to 21 volts
Band Switching Low: 0 KHz, High 22 ± 4 KHz
LO Spurious -45 dBm (maximum)
Operation Temperature -40°C to 60°C
Waterproof +60°C water for 5 minutes
Output Connector 75 ohm F type
 
This is a great FTA LNB.
 

LNB is A low-noise block converter (LNB, for low-noise block) is the (receiving or downlink) antenna of what is commonly called the parabolic satellite dish commonly used for satellite TV reception. It is functionally equivalent to the dipole antenna used for most other TV reception purposes, although it is actually waveguide based. Whereas the dipole antenna is unable to adapt itself to various polarization planes without being rotated, the LNB can be switched electronically between horizontal and vertical polarization reception. The LNB is usually fixed on or in the satellite dish, for the reasons outlined below. The corresponding component in the uplink transmit link is called a Block upconvert (BUC).

Satellites use comparatively high radio frequencies to transmit their signals.

 


Shopping Cart
Your cart is empty.