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2. Choose satellite
A satellite can be chosen from a list.
If an other satellite should be recieved, the position can be entered in the list below. (east = negativ)
3. Choose location
To find out the position of the receiver the internet can be usefull. See Heavens-Above. It can as well be find in a map od be using a GPS receiver.
Latidude north of equator = positiv
Longitude: east of London = negativ
The Timezone must be entered. This can be caried out be choosing the country or the Timezone can be entered in the field below. (east = negative)
4. Choose date
The day when then satellite dish should be entered. It must be a sunny day.
For best results the LNB should be turned around the stated skew angle. The turning direction is here defined as follows: The Satellite in the Back with a look on the dish and the LNB: positive angles mean turn the LNB counter clockwise. Negative angles mean turn the LNB clockwise. Accuracy is not important, so an error of a few degrees won't make a big difference. A satellite ASTRA 19,2 ease is an exception since it is sending a Signal witch is already turned around -7°. This must be subtracted from the stated Skew angle.