What is a DiSEqC switch used for?

DiSEqC is commonly used to control switches and motors, and is more flexible than 13/18 Volt and 22 kHz tone or ToneBurst/MiniDiSEqC techniques. DiSEqC is also compatible with the actuators used to rotate large C band dishes if used with a DiSEqC positioner.

What is Usals setup?

Universal Satellites Automatic Location System (USALS), also known (unofficially) as DiSEqC 1.3, Go X or Go to XX is a satellite dish motor protocol that automatically creates a list of available satellite positions in a motorised satellite dish setup.

What is DiSEqC and LNB?

DISEQC stands for Digital Satellite Equipment Control. DISEQC switch allow us to use more than one LNB for a single satellite receiver. These two LNB can be both Ku band LNBs or 1 C band and other one Ku band.

What is a satellite positioner?

The satellite positioner stores the position of the satellites in memory and allows you to move the dish to the desired satellite when you change the satellite channel. The advantage of this device is the possibility of controlling and setting the positioner via Wi-Fi.

What does a multiswitch do?

A multiswitch is a device used with a dual or quattro LNB to distribute satellite TV signals to multiple (usually more than four) receivers from a single dish and LNB.

How do satellite dish motors work?

A motorised satellite dish works in the same way that a regular one does. The signal from the satellite would hit the reflector/dish. Then it would bounce off the dish and head towards the feed horn. From there, the LNB converts the signal and sends it to the receiver inside the building.

How does a Motorised satellite dish work?

What is a dSCR multiswitch?

Advanced Cascadable 8 way dSCR Multiswitches enable seamless integration with conventional IRS Systems due to extremely low power consumption, low loss passive trunks and high gain Terrestrial, make the new Series D range from Whyte the most versatile and easy to install dSCR Multiswitch range available.