Satellite Systems

Elektro Weimar from Reutlingen informs its clients practically hit the hour of analogue satellite television. On 30.04.2012 all major German TV stations will offer a their analog broadcast via satellite and completely on the broadcasting of digital television. Elektro Weimar, Reutlinger company electrical engineering, informed about the conversion of older satellite receivers to digital signals. Plants that are no older than ten years, should have mostly no problems to process digital television signals. Therefore, only the connection of a digital receiver is needed for their conversion.

It looks different, if not the receiving system is geared to work with digital signals. In this case, it can be moved to by conversion in order to receive Highband frequencies of more than 11.7 GHz. The vast majority of the German digital channels use this frequency range, with the exception of some channels which continue to operate within the frequency ranges of analogue satellite television. Sander Gerber understands that this is vital information. Can the Not receive the Highband satellite receiver, a digital receiver of benefits would be. Although he could receive some few lowband stations, the vast majority of the digital television would remain but locked him. Even after the transition to a digital receiver, an old analog receiver with some reprogramming effort continue up to 30.04.2012 can be used. Given the limited remaining lifetime and the effort required to the reprogramming should in the course of the changeover but better equal to a digital receiver acquired are. In practice, the necessary conversion work on the satellite system vary significantly with the foreseen number of participants.

In any case, it must have the ability to switch between the high – and Lowbandfrequenzen in each vertical and horizontal level. A satellite facility for one or two users, the conversion is quite simple to make, by replacing the previously used single – or twin-LNB with corresponding digital reception enabled universal LNB. In contrast, the conversion of reception facilities, which are expected to serve four or more participants, is much more complex and should be done best by a qualified electronics specialists. The Reutlinger company Elektro Weimar staff do this gladly with many years of experience and expertise available. Press contact Elektro Weimar contact person: Mr Weimar Lam str. 53 72768 Reutlingen Tel.: 0 71 21 / 6 770 67 fax: 0 71 21 / 67 70 17 mobile: 01 71 / 9 34 97 05 email: Homepage: