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Nationwide motorised satellite dish installation and advice

February 8, 2012 · Filed Under Uncategorized · Comments Off 

Check out this brand new site for information and installers for motorised satellites dishes:-

http://www.motorised-satellite-uk.com/

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January 29, 2012 · Filed Under Uncategorized · Comments Off 

Wavefrontier Wavefield T55

July 8, 2011 · Filed Under Uncategorized · Comments Off 

Looking for a way to receive multiple satellites from a small fixed dish.

Then, look no further than the Wavefrontier/Wavefield T55 or T90 Dishes.

The unique design allows multiple satellites to be received from a fixed dish with amazing results.

Rather than a focal point, the dish has a focal line, which enables multiple satelllites to be received.

For example, with the T55 28.2E to 5W is achievable.

Call MBC satellites for an expert steup.

http://www.mbcsatellites.co.uk/installation-gallery/wavefrontiert55/

MBC Channels on Nilesat jammed.

March 9, 2011 · Filed Under Uncategorized · Comments Off 

MBC has had to  temporarily change the transponders it uses on Nilesat at 7W due to interference of the signal caused by jamming. It is suspected that the perpetrators are aiming to block news being spread about the region.

The MBC channels were being transmitted on 11938V,but have temporarily been moved to 12379V and 12437H which are on Atlantic Bird4A at 7.2W.

More information can be found on the MBC website in Arabic

www.mbc.net

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Foreign satellite TV

October 15, 2010 · Filed Under Uncategorized · Comments Off 

If you are after foreign  digital satellite television, then look no further, MBC satellites can provide the solution.

There are a number of options available, including a motorised dish install, a fixed dish or a mult-satellite dish.

Receive satellite TV from all over Europe and beyond.

Polish satellite TV from Hotbird no problem. Italian Satellite TV,Tivusat installation, German satellite channels, Spanish satellite channels from Hispasat. Greek Satellite TV, Cyprus TV in the UK, Hellasat 39E. Turkish satellite TV, French TV,TNT sat. Arabic channels, Badr4, Albanian Tv, Russian Tv, adult channels Horbird, Free Indian satellite channels, 3pm football Tring. BBC Freesat Uk.26E MBC channels UK, Total TV.

Whatever your satellite TV needs contact MBC Satellites.

www.mbcsatellites.co.uk

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Freesat Installation

October 15, 2010 · Filed Under Uncategorized · Comments Off 

Freesat is a great way to obtain digital TV, and was developed to enable more households to receive FREE digital television. With approximately 98% of the UK population, able to receive digital TV via a satellite dish, it is the perfect alternative for those who cannot receive a Freeview signal via an aerial.

Freesat will provide digital text and interactive content, providing acces s to the latest news, sports and weather.

Freesat, like Freeview provides a very easy to use on screen Electronic Programme Guide  (EPG) , allowing you to see in advance what you want to watch up to 7 days in advance.

NO Subscription.

Apart from the initial cost of the satellite dish installation and the cost of the digital satellite receiver box, there is no subscription to pay. There are approx 140 TV and radio channels to view for free, all at the touch of a button. Unlike Fresat from Sky, there is no need for a card, just plug the box in, enter your postcode, do a scan and away you go.

To help you make the most of what you want to watch on your TV, the new Freesat system will have a built in TV programming guide, providing you with up to date TV listings seven days in advance of when your favourite digital television shows are on. There will also be digital subtitles and audio description available.

High Definition channels.

Freesat also provides easy access to high definition channels available from the BBC and ITV, stunning picture and vibrant colours are achieved when connected to compatible High Defintion television equipment. No subscription Charges, no minimum contract, just one  Payment!

Freesat+

Like Sky+ Freesat+ gives you the ability to watch one program whilst recording another. Recording digital TV, is easy using the on-screen guide, record your favour programs at the touch of a button. All stored digitally on the receiver’s HDD, which can be played back as if it were live TV, in excellent quality.

MBC Satellites can install a satellite dish including multiroom to enable you to receive digital TV in every room in your house if desired.

Contact MBC satelites today to enquire about Freesat digital satellite.

Telephone or Text 07800743370

We cover the Kent area including south east london. Freesat installation, Gravesend, Margate, Canterbury, Dartford, Strood, Chatham, Bromley, Sittingbourne, Dover, Chatham, Istead Rise, Rochester, Gillingham, Northfleet,Meopham Swanscombe, Greenhithe, Sevenoaks, Orpington, Maidstone, Tunbridge Wells, Tonbridge,Sidcup,Whitstable, Folkestone.

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email mbcsatellites@mbcsatellites.co.uk

Motorised satellite dish installation

October 11, 2010 · Filed Under Uncategorized · Comments Off 

Installation of a motorised satellite dish will enable you to view satellite TV from many other countries around the world and Europe. Choose from literally thousands of Free to air (FTA) channels.

Whether you want to learn a foreign language or view channels in the UK, from your home country, a motorised satellite dish installation is ideal.
Some non uk satellite providers such as Tring, provide EPL football match coverage that is not shown in the UK, eg 3pm matches.

MBC satellites installs dishes to enable you to watch TV from many satellites, including Badr4, Arabsat,Turksat, Hellasat,Hotbird,Thor,Eutelsat,Astra,Hispasat, atlantic bird plus more, to receive European or Arabic programs for example.

A motorised dish is the best for multi satellite viewing using just one dish when installed professionally by MBC Satellites. Professional installation is essential to ensure that the dish follows the arc that the satellites are on, properly. Most satellites receivers are capable of driving a 1m dish for example using a Diseqc1.2 / USALS GotoX satellite dish motor.

Motorised dish ease of Use.

A motorised satellite dish is fairly easy to use. The satellite receiver has a list of satellites stored in its database, each with its own list of channels associated with it. Upon selection of your chosen channel, the motorised dish will automatically move to the correct satellite to pick up the signal from the satellite that carries the desired channel.

MBC satelites can set up a motorised dish to receive TV programmes from many countries including:-

France, Germany, Italia, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Slovakia, Poland, Spain, India, Romania, midddle east, Turkey,Greece, Cypus plus many other countries.

Badr4 a specialality, to receive the MBC channels, Dubai One, providing some good quality free movies in English.

Contact MBC satellites for all your satellite installation needs, installation in Kent, South Essex, South East London. MBC Satellites contact us today.

Nilesat 201 to launch today from Guiana Space center.

August 4, 2010 · Filed Under Uncategorized · Comments Off 

The Egyption operators Nilesat 201 satellite is to be launched at 9.26pm today (4 aug 2010) form the Guiana Space center by Arianespace.

You can watch it live here http://www.videocorner.tv/index.htm

The satellite will be fitted with 24 ku band transponders and 3 ka band transponders to provide TV services.

The orbital position of the new satellite will be at 7 degrees west (7W), the reception in the Uk is expected to be  very poor, as the services are aimed at the Middle East.

Satellite Dish Disecq motor controlled from two locations

July 26, 2010 · Filed Under Uncategorized · Comments Off 

Attention Diseqc motor manufacturers and distributors.

Sometimes we are asked, if it is possible to use a Diseqc USALS motorised satellite dish and control it from more than one room. Currently, however, there doesn’t seem to be an easy to use solution for this.

One method that we know of and have tried is using the IF output of the main receiver fed to a second one in a separate room.

Another  method is to use a Linux satellite receiver in the main room and log onto its web interface from a 2nd room using a laptop web browser for example.

Another method is to obtain 2nd remote control for the main receiver, feed its RF output to a television in the 2nd room, and use a remote control IR link over the cabling to control the main receiver from the 2nd location.

What would be ideal though, is a Satellite Diseqc USALS (or Goto X) motor that had an in-built in capability to connect two satellite receivers and a twin LNB to it. That is, a motor with four connections on it, with built in logic and diseqc docoder so that the diseqc commands from both receivers can be ‘OR ed’ together, so that either receiver can be used to control the dish without the user having to think about too much.

So, come on motor manufacturers designers, how about making a twin input diseqc motor.

We would happily post its details here, if there were to be such a thing

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Eutelsat W2 at 16E suffers on-board failure.

January 28, 2010 · Filed Under Uncategorized · Comments Off 

It has been reported that the Eutelsat W2 satellite at the 16 degrees east orbital position has suffered an on-board failure.

It has positioned itself into a ’safe mode’ pointing to the sun, this has rendered many services that were using the satellite unobtainable.

Some channels have been transfrerred to the EB 16 satellite also at the same orbital position, Eutelsat have also said that Eutelsat W2M which was previously at 3 degrees will be temporarily moved to 16 degrees east to try and help with the situation.

Satellite television packages affected include the Albanian DigitAlb service and Bulgarian Tring.

News is currently awaited as to whether W2 will be fixed, and also whether all services that were using W2 will be accomodated.
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