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    also a basic idea:

    you can make the window-pass-through lnb cable yourself, at least for test:

    just take some aluminium foil, some thin electric insulator, weld it, test it ...


    or even better:

    just take 20cm lnb cable, take out all the plastics, make it as thin as possible, with the thin electric insulator, weld it, test it ...

    the key point to keep in mind is that the geometry (so, the diameter) of the lnb coax cable is the best result from interference analytic analysis

    anyway, a strong shield is always a best to have
     
     

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    Signal is same as without the window cable.

    So Its ok. The 3 lnb's ( astra 19 , 23 and hotbird 13) were on the right position from the first try (happy me)

    I only need to fix the lnb holder, the lnb itself and the multiblock. But first I want to try to optimize the signal by setting the lnb ( turning them a little bit). As the stb doesnt show % but just a green colour filling the rectangle almost the half of it

    I hope this will be no problem.

    Thanks for the support and advice!
     
     

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    Signal is same as without the window cable.
    good to hear that,
    by the way, which type of window cable have you finally chosen ?

    So Its ok ... from the first try (happy me)
    great, congratulattion
    i suggest you to brief us about your method ...

    stb doesnt show % but just a green colour filling the rectangle almost the half of it
    i don' kwown about your receiver
    but it should display somewhere the snr (signal noise ratio) in %
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by aplok View Post
    Signal is same as without the window cable.
    good to hear that,
    by the way, which type of window cable have you finally chosen ?%
    The digital one, (I have give it that name). it's very thin and works great.

    Quote Originally Posted by aplok View Post
    So Its ok ... from the first try (happy me)
    great, congratulattion
    i suggest you to brief us about your method ... %
    Well my dish is littel biggger then my friends dish. So I do know how to put the LNB's in order. Then only the distance between the LNB's has to be adjusted (closer to eachother). That's all I did. then the arms dish can be moved towards me, so I could easily remove the multiblock (as I needed to replace one cable (to the switch), that was to short)

    Quote Originally Posted by aplok View Post
    stb doesnt show % but just a green colour filling the rectangle almost the half of it
    i don' kwown about your receiver
    but it should display somewhere the snr (signal noise ratio) in %
    I have a red filled rectangle and a green one. the red (or orange) is as good a completely full (strength). the green one is about the quality.
    It's a protek 9760 HD.
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by haramo View Post
    I have a red filled rectangle and a green one. the red (or orange) is as good a completely full (strength). the green one is about the quality.
    It's a protek 9760 HD.
    hi haramo

    just a little comment: the protek 97xx series aren't very reliable what the strenghth and quality bars concerns ... no worry, but just don't rely on the percentages ...

    snr isn't displayed
     
     

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    .. a reply after five yers: useless !

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