What is an LNB?
Thursday, 22 August 2013 | Ashley
What Does The LNB Stand For?If you are looking for a satellite system for your house, you may come across a lot of terms you are unfamiliar with. One of them, commonly used in the industry, is the acronym LBN. So what do these letters stand for and how they are connected with satellites?A Low Noise Block (LNB) downconverter is a device fitted on the satellite dish boom arm that acts as a receiving function and collects the radio waves from the dish. LNB consists of:
How Does The LNB Work?
When the dish collects the signal, the LNB amplifies it and downconverts existing frequencies into a lower block of intermediate ones. This process allows streaming the signal indoors through a coaxial cable instead of a waveguide line which usually costs a fortune and is very impractical.
Here is a simple diagram that explains how LNB works:*
Different Types Of LNBThere are various types of LNBs including:
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