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LNB problem

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Ex Member
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Feb 29th, 2008 at 3:33pm  
I have a brand of lnb that is not common. Name on it is Yokowo, model YOM4317GL, Freq 3.62-4.2. On it I cannot find the LO freq. I need to supply this to my operators. Have any of you come across this LNB or can help with the frequency. I have looked everywhere online for it. I got it used. Came along with a set of Complete Gilat equip, worked with a 360e modem.
Please anyone with useful information as regards this lnb should please help.
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Eric Johnston
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Reply #1 - Mar 3rd, 2008 at 10:39pm  
I would guess 5150 MHz, simply on the basis that most C band LNBs have this as their LO frequency.  

Other varients exist, for example for Palapa and Insat.  Do you know on what satellite the Gilat was previously used?

Note that if the 5150 MHz is true, then the output spectrum will be inverted.

L band cable frequency = 5150 - satellite frequency.

Please provide feedback here when you find out for certain.

Best regards, Eric.
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