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Quad Triplefeed 23mm LNB, 19.2˚E+23.5˚E+28.2˚E for 65cm dish

IDLM-QUDM22-TRPOO-6PP

Item: 5064

IDLM-QUDM22-TRPOO-6PP

This Triple Feed LNB is a monoblock LNBF for Ku-band satellite reception from orbital positions 19.2˚E, 23.5˚E and 28.2˚E. It is intended to be installed with commercially available satellite dishes that have the following characteristics:

 

• 60cm wide parabolic offset reflector

• 40mm feed clamp with ~7mm profile

• F/D = 0.6

 

It features a frequency range of 10.7 to 12.75GHz divided into Low Band (10.70 to 11.70GHz) and High Band (11.70 to 12.75GHz). It receives waves with horizontal and vertical polarization. The LNB provides four independently switchable IF outputs (QUAD model). The outputs carry also power supply and control signals. Output ports are F type.

 

A DiSEqC1.0 commands allow switching each of the outputs to a particular band and orbital position. "ODU A" corresponds to 19.2E, "ODU B" to 23.5E and "ODU C" to 28.2E. As long as no DiSEqC command has been received, the selected orbital position is 19.2E. The LNB comprises three feeds, one for each orbital position.

 

The feeds allow mounting into the feed clamp of the satellite dish. The feeds will be marked with “19.2˚E”, “23.5˚E” and “28.2˚E” respectively.

Product Specifications
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Low Band Input Frequency Range 10.7 ~ 11.7 GHz
        O/P Frequency Range 950 ~ 1950 MHz
        LO Frequency   9.75 GHz
        Noise Figure 1.2(max)dB
High Band Input Frequency Range 11.7 ~ 12.75 GHz
        O/P Frequency Range 1100 ~ 2150 MHz
        LO Frequency   10.6 GHz
        Noise Figure 1.0(max)dB
LO Initial Accuracy ± 2.0 MHz
LO Temperature Drift ± 3.0 MHz
LO Phase Noise @ 1K Hz -55 dBc / Hz
LO Phase Noise @ 10K Hz -80 dBc / Hz
LO Phase Noise @ 100K Hz -100 dBc / Hz
Conversion Gain 50 ~ 62dB
Gain Variation 6 dB
Output 1 dB Compression Point 0.0 [min.] dBm
Crosstalk Isolation 20 (min)dB
Output VSWR 2.5 : 1 ~
Output Spurious (inter-modulation) -55 [max] dB
DC Power 10~20/250 [ max.] DCV/mA
Working Temperature - 30 ~ + 60 °C
Output Impedance 75 Ω 
Polarity , Band & Satellite Selection V, L, 19.2°E 13V, 0kHz, DiSEqC1.0: Sat A
Polarity , Band & Satellite Selection V, H, 19.2°E 13V, 22kHz, DiSEqC1.0: Sat A
Polarity , Band & Satellite Selection H, L, 19.2°E 18V, 0kHz, DiSEqC1.0: Sat A
Polarity , Band & Satellite Selection H, H, 19.2°E 18V, 22kHz, DiSEqC1.0: Sat A
Polarity , Band & Satellite Selection V, L, 23.5°E 13V, 0kHz, DiSEqC1.0: Sat B
Polarity , Band & Satellite Selection V, H, 23.5°E 13V, 22kHz, DiSEqC1.0: Sat B
Polarity , Band & Satellite Selection H, L, 23.5°E 18V, 0kHz, DiSEqC1.0: Sat B
Polarity , Band & Satellite Selection H, H, 23.5°E 18V, 22kHz, DiSEqC1.0: Sat B
Polarity , Band & Satellite Selection V, L, 28.2°E 13V, 0kHz, DiSEqC1.0: Sat C
Polarity , Band & Satellite Selection V, H, 28.2°E 13V, 22kHz, DiSEqC1.0: Sat C
Polarity , Band & Satellite Selection H, L, 28.2°E 18V, 0kHz, DiSEqC1.0: Sat C
Polarity , Band & Satellite Selection H, H, 28.2°E 18V, 22kHz, DiSEqC1.0: Sat C
Frequently Asked Questions

What is a feedhorn?

The feedhorn is the part of a satellite dish system which gathers the reflected signal from the dish and focuses it towards the LNB.

What is an LNB?

An LNB - Low Noise Block (also called an LNC- Low Noise Converter), is used for communications (broadcast) satellite reception. The LNB is usually affixed either in or on the satellite dish.

What is an LNBF?

An LNBF is an LNB with an integrated feedhorn

What is a Monoblock LNB?

This design consists of two independent LNBs in a single case. The two LNBs can be automatically addressed with any DiSEqC 1.0 or higher receiver. In some cases they can also be addressed with ToneBurst / MiniDiSEqC. However, they are only available for satellites with a fixed 3 degree, 4.3 degree, 6 degree …spacing. In Europe, for example, there are monoblock single, twin and quad LNBs for the Ku band, which have a pre-defined spacing of 6 degrees (for Astra 1 / Hotbird , for example).

Why can I receive only one satellite with my Monoblock?

Monoblock LNBs are designed for a specific dish size, 80cm for example. If your dish is too small (70cm for example) or too wide (90cm for example) it is not possible to receive both satellites together. Please choose the dish size for which the monoblock LNB has been designed.