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Monolithic BUC and LNB

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Jul 17th, 2009 at 7:35pm  
Has anybody used or heard of such  Equipment

KU Band PLL LNB, Monolithic.

MODEL: E181195


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Reply #1 - Jul 17th, 2009 at 7:53pm  
If the LNB and BUC have different part numbers then you are probably talking about separate parts made by a company called "Monolithics"

If you are looking for an integrated, single box, BUC/LNB then consider this Ku band TRIA (Transmit Receive Integrated Assembly).
It comes in various powers 3, 5, 8W. The higher power models can be operated either co-pol or cross-pol.  There are a wide variety of local oscillator frequencies selected, in some cases, using dongles (VIM and FRED) at the indoor end in the two cables from the modem. Very neat, but more expensive than separate parts: LNB, filter, OMT and BUC.

WildBlue and Tooway do a similar 'one box' TRIA solution for Ka band.

Best regards, Eric.
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