3.5" Satlink WS-6950 Satellite Finder Digital Satellite Finder Description
*3.5 Inch TFT LCD Screen Display
*Input Frequency 950~2150MHz
*Input Level -65~ -25dBm
*Input Impedance 75Ω
*Measurement Type: signal strength,quality; BER; S/N;PWR
*Search Mode: Auto,Blind,Manual
*Sound and Light Alarm for Locking Signal
*Auto Calculate Angle of AZ ,EL
*Supportting DISEQC 1.0,1.1,1.2 and 22khz Tone
*LNB Power Supply:18/13V(IMax 400mA)
*Support both AV out and AV in
*8.4V/2000mAh Lion Battery Included
*Max Operating Time:4 hours
*12V/1.5A DC Adapter
*USB Port For Software Upgrades
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A satellite finder is a specialized signal-strength meter used to point satellite dishes and LNBs.
There are two general classes of satellite finders: analog and digital satellite finders.
Analog Satellite Finder
Most analog satellite finders are inexpensive devices which simply display the strength of the received signal.
To use an analog satellite finder, you point the satellite dish and LNB to where you believe the satellite to be. You then take a reading on the satellite finder and adjust the satellite dish and LNB until you get the strongest reading possible
Digital Satellite Finder
A digital satellite finder is a significantly more expensive signal strength meter. Digital satellite finders are pre-programmed with the locations of commonly used satellites. With an analog signal finder, you can only know that you have found a satellite. With a digital satellite finder, you can know which satellite you have found.