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Do you know if my existing "Dish Network dish + LNB + buying a SV-4000 receiver" would work?

Most of DirectTV and Dish Network LNB is CIRCULAR type, we need a LINEAR LNB type for our SMTV (in USA), most popular DirectTV and Dish Network dish size is 18", few are 24", rarely oval size 36" (so far I see nobody successes by using this oval dish for Galaxy 25 signal yet).

The LINEAR LNB will be included in package if you buy an 39" dish from source shown on Question 2 in http://g25smtvfinder.tripod.com/FindGalaxy25FAQ.htm

FMI about Dish please read Questions 1,14,15 of http://g25smtvfinder.tripod.com/FindGalaxy25FAQ.htm

 


General answer for asking SMTV info,  beside address to requester you should cc to oregon_center90@yahoo.com , youping320@yahoo.com , bcc to g25smtvfinder@gmail.com ,SunnyTNguyen@yahoo.com

Title: SMTV: What restrictions prevent installing a 39 dish ? 

Hi Anh Minh

Base on discussions from many FTA forums and  the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) that the 39" in diameter dish is categorized as DirectTV or DishNetWork dishes so we can safely to follow the following rules of thumb:

  1. On YOUR property you can freely install 39 wherever you like, in short if you see DirectTV or DishNetWork dishes (18) in your neighbor property then  39 dish should be OK on your property.
  2. If you rent apartment the landlord might stop you installing on the roof or wall but he can not stop you installing the dish on YOUR patio or balcony.

Phillip Jan 10, 2008

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FMI: FMI: http://www.roxsat.com/dishfcc.htm :

As directed by Congress in the Telecommunications Act of 1996, the Federal Communications Commission has adopted rules concerning restrictions on viewers' ability to receive video programming signals from direct broadcast satellites (DBS), multichannel multipoint distribution (wireless cable) providers (MMDS), and television broadcast stations (TVBS).

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The new rule prohibits restrictions that impair the installation, maintenance or use of antennas used to receive video programming. These antennas include DBS satellite dishes that are less than one meter (39") in diameter (larger in Alaska), TV antennas, and antennas used to receive MMDS. The rule prohibits most restrictions that: (1) unreasonably delay or prevent installation, maintenance or use, (2) unreasonably increase the cost of installation, maintenance or use, or (3) preclude reception of an acceptable quality signal. This rule means that, in most circumstances, viewers will be able to install, use and maintain an antenna on their property if they directly own the property on which the antenna will be located.

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http://www.ttouchwebdesign.com/freetoair/fta-faqs.htm

My landlord does not allow me to install a dish on my roof. What can I do?
If you have a balcony or patio facing the direction where the satellite is and you have a clear line of sight then you can install the satellite on your patio or balcony using a stand that you can purchase from any hardware store, or have a professional installer assist you with the installation. If your patio or balcony is not facing the direction of where the satellite is or you don't have a clear line of sight then you're SOL (Simply out of Luck).

- - NOTE - - The FCC (Federal Communications Commission) allows installation of dishes (up to 40" in diameter) on a patio or balcony of any multi-dweling unit complex! (It's the LAW!!!)


General answer for asking SMTV info,  beside address to requester you should cc to oregon_center90@yahoo.com , youping320@yahoo.com , bcc to g25smtvfinder@gmail.com ,SunnyTNguyen@yahoo.com

Hi,

Per your request I will share with you some information about the FTA (Free To Air) system that enable you to reach the SMTV.

For do it by yourself the whole system costs about 350 US dollars, that is, no monthly, no yearly whatever fee, the FTA system is 100% legal in United State

For do it by yourself the whole system costs about 350 US dollars, that is, no monthly, no yearly whatever fee, the FTA system is 100% legal in United State.

For more information please go to the web sites http://www.geocities.com/g25smtvfinder and http://www.geocities.com/g25smtvfinder/FindGalaxy25FAQ.htm

If the above web sites busy please try: http://g25smtvfinder.tripod.com and http://g25smtvfinder.tripod.com/FindGalaxy25FAQ.htm

By reading above web sites you can find most information for building the FTA system that can watch the SMTV. Thanks

WML


beside address to oregon_center90@yahoo.com , you should cc to  youping320@yahoo.com, hdh_happy@yahoo.com, riki9090@yahoo.com   bcc to g25smtvfinder@gmail.com , SunnyTNguyen@yahoo.com, PhillipNguyen@gmail.com ,

Title: How to build a FTA (Free To Air) system for the SMTV

Hi Anh Minh anh Chi Phuong,

Many bothers/sisters contacted me for information about a system that we can watch the SMTV at home. I just completed a guide (in web form) to build the FTA (Free To Air) system that enable viewer to reach the SMTV. Please few free if you want to give me any suggestions,  the web sites are: http://g25smtvfinder.tripod.com and http://g25smtvfinder.tripod.com/FindGalaxy25FAQ.htm

If the above web sites busy please try: http://www.geocities.com/g25smtvfinder and http://www.geocities.com/g25smtvfinder/FindGalaxy25FAQ.htm

For do it by yourself the whole system costs about 350 US dollars, that is, no monthly, no yearly whatever fee, the FTA system is 100% legal in United State.

I am getting old, I am no longer able to do a good labor work such as climb on top of a roof to install the dish, I am looking younger brothers as My (Riki) or TongHai (dhhuang) who likes to learn the system so I can train then they can help others. If you know whom please introduce to me. TIA

I do have a new extra dish and receiver set at my home now, if they interest I can carry to our center this weekend so they start to work on this project. When anh Minh Dish/Receiver arrive he can return them to me

WML


beside address to SamVLe@juno.com , you should    bcc to g25smtvfinder@gmail.com , SunnyTNguyen@yahoo.com, PhillipNguyen@gmail.com ,

Title: How to build a FTA (Free To Air) system for the SMTV

Hi Sam,

Many bothers/sisters contacted me for information about a system that we can watch the SMTV at home. I just completed a guide (in web form) to build the FTA (Free To Air) system that enable viewer to reach the SMTV. Please few free if you want to give me any suggestions,  the web sites are: http://g25smtvfinder.tripod.com and http://g25smtvfinder.tripod.com/FindGalaxy25FAQ.htm

If the above web sites busy please try: http://www.geocities.com/g25smtvfinder and http://www.geocities.com/g25smtvfinder/FindGalaxy25FAQ.htm

For do it by yourself the whole system costs about 350 US dollars, that is, no monthly, no yearly whatever fee, the FTA system is 100% legal in United State.

I am getting old, I am no longer able to do a good labor work such as climb on top of a roof to install the dish, I am looking younger brothers as anh Anh, Vi, Phong, Ho or whoever likes to learn the system so I can train then they can help others. If you know whom please introduce to me. TIA

When your dish/receiver arrive, it is nice if some body in Seattle center use the above web guides instructions to initiate the work such as installing the dish at proper place then I will show up if you need my assistance.

Please forward this email to Anh Ben or any other brothers/sisters that you think they have a need to know

WML

 

Phillip


 

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