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en:installation2 [2019/10/08 16:23]
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 The red numbers in the figure correspond to the positions in the table “kit structure” and the numbers in the text. The red numbers in the figure correspond to the positions in the table “kit structure” and the numbers in the text.
  
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 Antennas (1, 2) should be installed on the roof of the building or in another place with the best possible view of the sky. Buildings, trees, superstructures,​ etc. that narrow the horizon make reception difficult. Antennas are recommended to be mounted on pipes, that is, vertical pipes fixed to the roof - for this, appropriate fastenings are included (5). Two antennas should be placed at a distance of 1.5..2.5 m from each other. If there are no pipes on the roof, it is technically possible to fasten them to the railing posts (if the rules for operating your roof allow this), or to specially installed brackets (they are cheap and freely available in any store that sells satellite dishes), or, in the case of a flat horizontal roof, onto a heavy metal sheet or frame with a pipe attached to it. Antennas (1, 2) should be installed on the roof of the building or in another place with the best possible view of the sky. Buildings, trees, superstructures,​ etc. that narrow the horizon make reception difficult. Antennas are recommended to be mounted on pipes, that is, vertical pipes fixed to the roof - for this, appropriate fastenings are included (5). Two antennas should be placed at a distance of 1.5..2.5 m from each other. If there are no pipes on the roof, it is technically possible to fasten them to the railing posts (if the rules for operating your roof allow this), or to specially installed brackets (they are cheap and freely available in any store that sells satellite dishes), or, in the case of a flat horizontal roof, onto a heavy metal sheet or frame with a pipe attached to it.
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