Dielectric Quattro 23mm LNB
This innovative LNB was specifically designed for installations that make use of several LNBs on a satellite dish antenna. Its novel slim feed technology incorporates advanced dielectric materials and a perfect front end design. This technology ensures maximum energy transfer from the dish to the LNB circuits also when the LNB position is off the focal point. Furthermore, its long neck allows placing the LNBs closely next to each other and gain access to satellites typically too close in their orbital position to be received with standard neck LNBs on a standard satellite dish antenna. This LNB enables the reception of signals from one satellite and its distribution via a Multi-Switch to numerous Set Top Boxes.
- Novel Slim Feed Technology
- Low Phase Noise, DVB-S2 (HDTV) compliant
- Low Noise Figure
- Low Power Consumption
- High Cross Polarization Isolation
- High Frequency Stability
|Low Band Input Frequency Range||10.7 ~ 11.7 GHz|
|Low Band Output Frequency Range||950 ~ 1950 MHz|
|Low Band LO Frequency||9.75 GHz|
|High Band Input Frequency Range||11.7 ~ 12.75 GHz|
|High Band Output Frequency Range||1100 ~ 2150 MHz|
|High Band LO Frequency||10.6 GHz|
|Noise Figure||0.2 dB Typ. (0.7 dB Max.)|
|LO Initial Accuracy||+/- 1.0 MHz Max.|
|LO Temperature Drift||+/- 3.0 MHz Max.|
|Phase Noise (@ 10 kHz)||- 90 dBc / Hz Max.|
|Conversion Gain||60 dB Min.|
|Gain Ripple (Over 26 MHz Bandwidth)||+/- 0.75 dB|
|Gain Variation (Over Full Band)||+/- 4 dB Max.|
|Image Rejection||40 dB Min.|
|1 dB Compression Point (@ Output)||0.0 dBm Min.|
|Cross Polarization Isolation||22 dB Min.|
|Output VSWR||2.0 : 1|
|In-Band Spurious||- 60 dBm Max.|
|Current Consumption||200 mA Max. @ 11 ~ 20 V|
|Operating Temperature||- 30 °C ~ + 60 °C|
|Output Impedance||75 Ω|
|Output Connector||F-Type (Female)|
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?
What is an LNBF?
An LNBF is an LNB with an integrated feedhorn
What is a Monoblock LNB?
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.