Scope of delivery:
1x Multytenne Duosat for reception of Astra 19.2"& Hotbird 13" slate grey, 1 participant
1x Digital SAT Receiver Technistar S2 International
1x Viaccess CI Module Technisat TEchnicrypt (fits SRF smart card)
1x CoaxSat cable 10.0m incl. 2x F-plug
With this 45 cm high quality DigitalSat antenna, you can set the two orbital positions
Hotbird 13 degrees east,
Astra 19.2° East,
in parallel and without a rotary motor.
TV and radio programmes from all over the world
The Multytenne DuoSat can be connected directly to a digital satellite receiver without complicated multi-switch technology and receives all digital programmes from two satellite systems in parallel.
With a diameter of only 45 cm, the Multytenne DuoSat is extremely compact and is ideal for discreet installation on balconies, roofs, garages and in gardens. It is ideal for rented apartments and multi-family houses in which a satellite antenna cannot normally be installed due to lack of space. The Multytenne is available for both one- and two-participant reception.
Patented receiver unit
The patented Multytenne DuoSat receiver unit allows the reception of two different orbit positions. Once aligned to the Astra 19.2° East position, the Multytenne DuoSat also receives the TV and radio programmes of the Eutelsat 13° East position parallel to the channels of this satellite system. This without the use of a rotary motor and in an excellent quality.
The powerful Multytenne DuoSat receiver includes two premium universal LNBs controlled by DiSEqC switches. Therefore, only one coaxial cable is required for connection to the digital satellite receiver. The Multytenne DuoSat works with any digital satellite receiver that supports DiSEqC 1.0.
To attach the TechniSat An-Tube Fitting to the mast or pipe, which is fastened around the mast (30-63 mm) with a clamp (not included in delivery).
The reception characteristics of the system are excellent. However, it should be borne in mind that the signal quality ultimately depends on the transmission power of the selected transponder on the targeted satellite.…more