The digital satellite TV is a systematic product that delivers satellite TV channels.
It works with television programing using the signals of the satellite communication whereby the signals get trough to your television across a parabolic reflector called a satellite dish, which works with a low-noise block downconverter called (LNB), or lens as many natives worldwide call it.
The receiver will then decodes your choice of television programs and registers and saves then to watch on your television set. The receivers are either built-in television tuner, or external set of top boxes. So the satellite television provides thousands of TV channels and thousands of radio stations without cable television, or terrestrial television.
The thousands of channels you watch are free. But, you should of course pay only one time for the apparatus, or accessories, which have a price ranges between $190 - $70 for the satellite receiver and $130 - $19 for the dish with its LNB, which could be 1, 2, or 3 LNBs. The alternative is getting a used, or a second hand dish in good stand.
I used Nokia digital satellite TV receiver in 2001 - 2005 and it was a very good receiver I think it has stopped working in 2009. The satellite receiver gathered all of ARABSAT channels, HOTBIRD channels and ASTRA Channels. For the Arab Satellite Communication Organization (ARABSAT), you should have a large size dish.
I also used TRIAX satellite receiver first with other dishes trademarks and lately with Triax dish and it is still working good. It also receives thousands of channels form ARABSAT, HOTBIRD and ASTRA.
I organized many of the TV channels in categories to watch and locked the adult category by a keyword chain. It is also good idea to lock access to your digital satellite TV using keywords after installation.
Keep in mind that the cheapest apparatus and accessories are Chinese dishes and digital satellite TV receivers.
The guidelines to use TRIAX to install the channels into your digital satellite TV to work are below. However, you could discover some ways to install any other satellite.
Before carrying on with the set-top-box (STB), which is the digital satellite receiver, you should read the instruction on your manual including the safety instructions. According to the safety instructions, you should use only 90-250V AC 50/60Hz in the main supply port.
As for the cable, it is recommended to use standard certified cables to avoid malfunction and get your STB to work perfectly. Put the digital satellite receiver on a safe place where there's no houseplants, lightning, raining and direct sunlight. Don't place it on soft furniture, or carpets.
Disconnect the STB power cord always from the socket before cleaning it. Use always light damp piece of cloth to clean it. Don't use any solvents. Don't overload wall outlets, extension cords, or adapters to avoid fires and electrical shock.
As for ventilation, do not block the ventilation slots of the digital satellite receiver. Make sure that a free airflow is around it. Prevent it from being exposed to direct sunlight, or a heater and don't stack other electronics on top of it.
Don't place any liquid near the digital satellite TV receiver and don't expose apparatus to dripping, or splashing of liquids.
Disconnect the STB from the power supply, before connecting and disconnecting the cable from the satellite dish to the STB. This is as not to damage the LNB. The LNB cable have to be earthed to the system earth for the satellite dish.
The digital satellite receiver must remain connected all of the time to the power supply and the satellite dish. Follow the other manufacturer's instructions for safeguarding other equipments connected to the STB, TV set and others. Make sure that the lightning protection devices for the terrestrial antenna and LNB are installed.
The remote control of your digital satellite TV receiver is smart enough and it tells you exactly who to use it through its buttons. However, here is some explanations.
The numbers at the top of the remote control from 1 to 0 get you through to the satellite TV channels you have installed in your TV system. (0) is the last after number (9). So, it is apparently that, when you want to see the channels numbered 1908 for example, you should quickly click 1,9,0,8. This will take you to it.
The "Standby" switches between operation and standby. The "EPG" displays the guide for the TV/Radio program. The information "i", which is green displays the program information box on the screen. The sub-title "SBT", which is red selects the subtitle language list for the current channel.
The page up and down is to move up and down a page in the channel list. The left and right is to move in these direction to highlight marked cursor. The OK button is between these direction buttons and it is for confirming your choice.
The Sleep button is to select a preset time interval for automatic shut off. The TV/STB is for switching between TV and Satellite. The Sat button is for selecting a satellite and displaying its channel list. The Exit, which is grey is to return to the normal viewing from a menu. The Sound, which is yellow is to select the sound track list in the current channel.
The Menu, which is white displays the main menu on the screen to the previous menu. The Channel up and down changes the channels in these directions. The Volume up and down increase and decrease the volume.
The Favorite "FAV" moves among the favorite lists. The Mute enables, or disables the audio. The TV/Radio is to switch between TV program and Radio only receiving mode.
However, you should always observe your remote, as its design may change anytime without any notice.
Well, then, how to install and configure your digital satellite TV?
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