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taking angle of elevation

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Jul 20th, 2007 at 12:16pm  
Hi Eric,
please am having problem with my site am in benin city nigeria i want to connect to amc-12/nss10 on 37.5w and i have a 1.8mdish 5watt buc please wat will be the elevation, polarization and azimuth
and please how do i take my readings using inclinometer and where to take the readings whether from the back of the dish or at the front
thank you

ESE
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Reply #1 - Jul 23rd, 2007 at 1:03pm  

Hi Ese,

you need to get the elavation reading  at the lower part of the reflector support behind the antenna.

1. the poirization you need to get from your provider (circular vertical or Horizontal,linear Cross pol or parallel)

2.Azimut should 263
   Elevation ( 42 - the antenna Offset)

What type of antenna do you have  and Modem do you have.

I hope this may Help!

Regards,

Emmanuel.

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