i am a satellite technician and have got the chance to teach in one broadcasting network and i need some info on the up link and the down link installation.thank you.
When deciding to switch to satellite TV service, knowing the basics is very important. You have to do your homework to make an educated decision on who you want to provide your satellite service. As such there are a few things to think about.
The first thing is you have to have an unobstructed view of the southern sky to get satellite service. So trees and other tall constructs that would block your signal and make reception poor or nonexistent would need to be avoided when you set up your dish.
Secondly, you may not need to pay anything up front to have everything you need to set up your system. When you sign a two year agreement, free installation and equipment are pretty standard. This is great especially if you do not have a lot of money at the time you choose to switch.
To receive these benefits you will have to use your credit card to start your service with.
Even though it is very rare, there are times that because of bad weather or high winds you could have interrupted service. So if you live a very storm place or do not think you are not able or willing to take that chance, you might want to look for an alternative to satellite television service.
Even if you know you are going to move in the future this is no problem, sign up can still happen. You just need to keep with the terms of your contract, and when you move so does your service. Plus, the new installation can be done once again for free. This is great if you have a job that moves you around a lot.