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My SNR is low with 1.8m  do i need 2.4m anten

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papayeya
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Oct 27th, 2008 at 9:25pm  
Dear Eric, Members,


Am looking to buy a 2.4m antenna in order to gain the required SNR to work on NSS6 Ku - MEA beam  in southern Sudan.

I've tested the site with 1.8m Andrew Ku Tx/RX antenna and my SNR on my SatMeter was: 9dB am looking to get SNR value of:  12 - 13dB it should be enough to work with the ISP

The site coordinates are:

Longitude(deg min sec E/W)      32d 21.02' E
Latitude(deg min sec N/S)      10d 32.35' N
Altitude      390m



My question is Can i get the required SNR if we upgraded it to 2.4m brand new antenna.

If yes, which one is better for us is it:

1- Prodelin 2.4m ku Tx/Rx
Technical Specifications:
https://www.satcomnow.com/satcom/pdf/Prodelin_1251.pdf


Or

2- Andrew 2.4m ku Tx/Rx
Technical Specifications:
https://www.satcomnow.com/satcom/pdf/Type243K_ClassIII.pdf


Best Regards

Ahmed N. Musa


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Reply #1 - Jan 8th, 2009 at 8:37pm  
Would you like to change provider and use IS-10? We have best rates and great service on KU.

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