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How to Install a

DirecTV Satellite Dish

If you want to receive Direct TV, it would interest you to know that standard professional satellite dish installation is free. But, you can still do this on your own and the following tips should help you out. First, it is important to point out that you need to have all the major parts necessary for installation and connection to your TV set ready. These parts include the satellite dish, and  hardware too.

DirecTV Satellite Dish

The direct TV satellite dish relays the signals from space to the visual pictures on your TV set. It will be installed on a high area like your roof or a pole raised above the ground. The dish is about 50 centimeters wide and tall and round in shape. There are other sizes available depending on what you order for from the Direct TV World Direct Service.

The Dish Must Point in the best Direction

The Direct TV satellite dish must point to the southern sky which is the recommended direction for best network reception. Like most satellites are expected to point to a given direction, this must point to the southern sky and trees and buildings should not block its line of sight.

The LNB Tester

The LNB or Low Noise Block is very important if you want to get clear, strong signals. It ensures you get the best signal possible from the orbiting satellite over head. It is affordable, weighs less than a pound and easy to connect; between satellite dish and TV receiver.

Hardware Necessary to Install the Dish

Hardware necessary for dish installation depends on the type of installation. Installation on a balcony requires a different hardware from a roof installation. Get in touch with a home improvement centre for materials perfect for your type of installation.

IFL Cable

The IFL or the Intra-Facility Link cable connects your Direct TV satellite dish to your receiver indoor. Two types of this cable are available, depending on your set up. The RG-6 cable which can be used if you have one receiver but can only hold a certain amount of bandwidth and a  Dual RG-6 Cable used for advanced Direct TV satellite receivers. This is used for advanced products and carries a much higher bandwidth.

Telephone Cable

A telephone cable is important if you want your Direct TV to activate itself and work properly, and it must remain connected all the time. All your receivers must connect to same phone line as well DirecTV Satellite Dish Receiver The Direct TV dish receiver receives the signals, unscrambles and decompresses them. They are the heart of your satellite TV set up. They are usually small boxes with chips in them that decode the signals and create images and audio on your TV set. There are different models with their different functionality. Some have advanced functionality, and some are basic.

TV Set

A TV set is required to view the images and sounds from the satellite. Satellite TV signals can be viewed on HDTVs since satellite TV signals are digitally broadcasted. Your HDTV requires no tuner of its own as there is an HDTV tuner already built into the satellite receiver.

Activate the DirecTV Subscription

Having installed your satellite dish and set up all the other connections, call up your Direct TV subscription company to confirm your purchased package and activate your subscription. For information about prices and programming visit DirecTV Reviews online.

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How to Install a

DirecTV Satellite

Dish

If you want to receive Direct TV, it would interest you to know that standard professional satellite dish installation is free. But, you can still do this on your own and the following tips should help you out. First, it is important to point out that you need to have all the major parts necessary for installation and connection to your TV set ready. These parts include the satellite dish, and  hardware too.

DirecTV Satellite Dish

The direct TV satellite dish relays the signals from space to the visual pictures on your TV set. It will be installed on a high area like your roof or a pole raised above the ground. The dish is about 50 centimeters wide and tall and round in shape. There are other sizes available depending on what you order for from the Direct TV World Direct Service.

The Dish Must Point in the best

Direction

The Direct TV satellite dish must point to the southern sky which is the recommended direction for best network reception. Like most satellites are expected to point to a given direction, this must point to the southern sky and trees and buildings should not block its line of sight.

The LNB Tester

The LNB or Low Noise Block is very important if you want to get clear, strong signals. It ensures you get the best signal possible from the orbiting satellite over head. It is affordable, weighs less than a pound and easy to connect; between satellite dish and TV receiver.

Hardware Necessary to Install the Dish

Hardware necessary for dish installation depends on the type of installation. Installation on a balcony requires a different hardware from a roof installation. Get in touch with a home improvement centre for materials perfect for your type of installation.

IFL Cable

The IFL or the Intra-Facility Link cable connects your Direct TV satellite dish to your receiver indoor. Two types of this cable are available, depending on your set up. The RG-6 cable which can be used if you have one receiver but can only hold a certain amount of bandwidth and a  Dual RG-6 Cable used for advanced Direct TV satellite receivers. This is used for advanced products and carries a much higher bandwidth.

Telephone Cable

A telephone cable is important if you want your Direct TV to activate itself and work properly, and it must remain connected all the time. All your receivers must connect to same phone line as well DirecTV Satellite Dish Receiver The Direct TV dish receiver receives the signals, unscrambles and decompresses them. They are the heart of your satellite TV set up. They are usually small boxes with chips in them that decode the signals and create images and audio on your TV set. There are different models with their different functionality. Some have advanced functionality, and some are basic.

TV Set

A TV set is required to view the images and sounds from the satellite. Satellite TV signals can be viewed on HDTVs since satellite TV signals are digitally broadcasted. Your HDTV requires no tuner of its own as there is an HDTV tuner already built into the satellite receiver.

Activate the DirecTV Subscription

Having installed your satellite dish and set up all the other connections, call up your Direct TV subscription company to confirm your purchased package and activate your subscription. For information about prices and programming visit DirecTV Reviews online.

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