1.1m Offset Satellite Dish
This is an 1.1m Offset Satellite Dish measuring 110 cm x 120 cm.
Around the Costa Blanca these satellite dishes are fairly popular. They can be used for UK TV, and receive most of the Sky TV channels in Spain. They can also be used to receive the main UK TV channels, (BBC, ITV, Channel 4, Five) in some areas of Valencia and the Costa Blanca North area.
This 1.1m Offset Satellite Dish can be used to receive satellite TV from another of different satellites such as Astra 1 at 19 east, Astra 2 at 28 east, Astra 3 at 23 East, Hotbird at 13 East, BAdr at 26 east, and Nilesat at 7 West.
In many areas of the Costa Blanca and Spain, these 1.1m Offset Satellite Dishes are able to receive a number of free UK TV channels, and a large number of the Sky subscription package channels.
This 1.1m Offset Satellite Dish can receive the main UK TV channels, (BBC, ITV, Channel 4, Five) from the Astra 2 group of satellites in some areas of some areas of Valencia and the Costa Blanca North. Their signal for these channels is stable.
Due to the differences as to how satellite dish measurement are taken this 1.1m Offset Satellite Dish may be known as a 1.2m Satellite Dish in Spain.
1.1m Satellite Dish Specifications:
Reflector Height: 120cm
Reflector Width: 110cm
Gain (12.5Ghz) : db
Famaval 1.2m Satellite Dish (LH) Specifications:
Reflector and outer rim Height: m
Reflector and outer rim Width: m
Gain (12.5Ghz) : db
Satellite Dish Size Confusion
There are two ways to actually measure a satellite dish.
The first way is to measure the horizontal length of the actual reflector part of the satellite dish. This is how a satellite dish is measured in most of the world.
The second way is to measure the vertical length of the reflector and include the outer rim of the satellite dish. This is how a satellite dish is measured in Spain.
This is how a satellite dish with a reflector measurement of 125 x 135cm, can also be known as a 1.4m satellite dish in Spain. And how a satellite dish measuring 180 x 180cm can be known s a 1.9m satellite dish in Spain!