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Rx Align

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Jan 1st, 2009 at 9:01pm  
Hi,

   I'm kinda new to this site but i find it very useful and the members are very helpful.
  I am planning to set up a vsat, i am not well experienced though. My question is, can i align the dish from the LNB, with the BUC literally not connected? The portion of the OMT for the BUC iwill be left open.
  Please help.

Thanks and best regards to all
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Reply #1 - Jan 1st, 2009 at 9:15pm  
In other words, you want to set up a receive-only configuration. Correct? If yes, I see no problem - other than a recommendation to block off the open port, to keep out moisture/dirt/insects.

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Reply #2 - Jan 1st, 2009 at 9:26pm  
Not Actually. It's just that the BUC is not available yet.
Dude you're so prompt. Don't you guys take holidays?
You are very helpful Smiley

tnx
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Reply #3 - Jan 3rd, 2009 at 8:37pm  
Provided you protect temporarily unused ports and connectors, it's perfectly ok to do as much work as you have parts for. In fact, most consumer grade VSAT modems won't transmit until they detect a receive signal anyway. So if you want to build the receive half now - and the transmit half later - no harm done.

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