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Description This is the SL5S-SWM LNB designed with an integrated single wire Multiswitch (SWM) which allows you to have multiple satellites feeds at Once. This LNB has 1 output for the new Slimline dish from DIRECTV. This LNB is lighter and better looking. The Slimline encompasses three LNBs to receive 101°, 110°, 119° degree satellite, plus the new Ka satellite (99°, 103°) for local HD MPEG4 programming. 

Product Features:
  • Only Includes LNB
  • Does not include required power supply
  • To be used to pick up high definition local channel programming from DIRECTV
  • The SL5-SWM LNB is designed with an built-in 8-channel Multiswitch which allows you to have multiple satellite feeds at once.
Coaxial RG6 cable not included.
  • Manufacturers may vary. All components are DIRECTV approved manufacturers.
  • One outputs carrying satellite signal from all Five satellites in the skyCapable of receiving DIRECTV satellite signals on the Ku band (101°, 110°, 119°) and Ka band (99°, 103°)
  • LNB Arm Not Included
LNB is A low-noise block converter (LNB, for low-noise block) is the (receiving or downlink) antenna of what is commonly called the parabolic satellite dish commonly used for satellite TV reception. It is functionally equivalent to the dipole antenna used for most other TV reception purposes, although it is actually waveguide based. Whereas the dipole antenna is unable to adapt itself to various polarization planes without being rotated, the LNB can be switched electronically between horizontal and vertical polarization reception. The LNB is usually fixed on or in the satellite dish, for the reasons outlined below. The corresponding component in the uplink transmit link is called a Block upconvert (BUC).
Satellites use comparatively high radio frequencies to transmit their signals.