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The Low-Noise-Block. Downconverts the RF signal down to a frequency band that can get transmitted with acceptable losses in coaxial cables to the Receivers.
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The '''LNB''' (short of ''Low-Noise-Block'') downconverts the RF signal down to a [[frequency]] band that can get transmitted with acceptable losses in coaxial cables to the Receivers.
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Better LNBs can get controlled and configured automatically via [[DiSEqC2.x]], you don't need to enter the [[LOF]] manually in your [[STB]] application anymore.
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Latest revision as of 01:35, 3 April 2005

The LNB (short of Low-Noise-Block) downconverts the RF signal down to a frequency band that can get transmitted with acceptable losses in coaxial cables to the Receivers.

Better LNBs can get controlled and configured automatically via DiSEqC2.x, you don't need to enter the LOF manually in your STB application anymore.