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Single C-Band Flange LNB


Item: 3113


Specifically designed for the DTH markets, this LNB provides optimized reception capabilities. It enables the reception of signal from one satellite and its distribution to a single tuner Set-top box.  It is ready for High Definition transmissions and provides excellent Noise Figure performance. Manufactured to the highest industry quality standards and designed to meet strict specifications, this LNB is an ideal solution for the satellite broadcast reception across Europe. Main Features: • Low Phase-Noise HDTV DVB-S2 compliant • Low Noise-Figure of max. 13°K • Low power consumption • High frequency stability  

Product Specifications

Input Frequency Range

3.4 ~ 4.2     GHz

Output Frequency Range

950 ~ 1750 MHz

LO Frequency

5.15 GHz

LO Initial Accuracy @ 25°C

± 1.0 MHz

LO Temperature Drift (-30 ~ +60°) ±2.0 MHz
LO Phase Noise @ 10KHz -90 dBc/Hz
Noise Figure 13°K
Conversion Gain 60 [ min.] dB
Gain Variation ±0.75dB / 27MHz
Image Rejection 40 dB min.
1 dB Compression Point (O/P) 0.0 dBm min.
Output Spurious - 60 (max.) dBc
Output VSWR  ~2.5 : 1
DC Power 190 mA Max.@10-24V
Working Temperature - 25°C ~ + 60°C   
Output Impedance 75 Ω (F-Type)
Weight 175 g
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.