Wide range of LNB heads for satellite dishes. An LNB is the receiver that sits on the satellite dish and captures the satellite signal.
LNB stands for Low-Noise Block converter and is a dish head which converts microwave signals from satellites into a signal that is understandable to the digital box. A universal LNB head receives both polarisations (horizontal and vertical) and the full range of frequencies in the satellite’s Ku band.
Microwave signals are very poor at penetrating walls, roofs, windows etc., and a satellite dish with LNB must therefore always be placed outdoors and, of course, point in the right direction. These types of LNB are suitable for receiving all the digital signals sent from a single satellite position, e.g. signals from Thor or Sirius satellites, which carry signals from, among others, Canal Digital and Viasat.
Satellite LNB types
Single dish LNB head for 1 satellite receiver box / user.
Twin dish LNB head for 2 outputs for a total of 2 satellite receiver boxes / users.
Quad dish LNB head for 4 outputs for a total of 4 satellite receivers / users.
Satellite LNB head for receiving digital satellite TV via Sat CR-compatible satellite receiver.