Intellian Satellite TV Antenna: No LNB Switching Necessary
Lenny Rudow visited the Intellian booth in Fort Lauderdale to learn more about this unique satellite TV antenna and its Worldview LNB, which does not require switching when you cruise to different regions.
Wow! Look at this thing… it looks like some kind of robot, right? Actually, it’s a satellite TV antenna for boats. And this is a special one. Why? I got Paul from Intellian here to tell us.
Paul: This is great, because it’s a brand new satellite system. It’s running on direct TV live today, and it allows us to watch three direct TV satellites. And then if you sail farther south, we can watch the Latin American satellites. And if we go to Europe in the vessel, it will watch the satellites in Europe.
Paul: That’s the unique thing with this antenna. It has a Worldview LNB, so no switching, no changing. It’s all handled electronically. The owner just tells the unit where it is, and it will automatically lock on to the new programming. No need to miss the big game!
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- Lenny Rudow is Senior Editor for Dominion Marine Media, including Boats.com and Yachtworld.com. With over two decades of experience in marine journalism, he has contributed to publications including Boating Magazine, Marlin Magazine, Boating World, Saltwater Sportsman, Texas Fish & Game, and many others. Lenny is a graduate of the Westlawn School of Yacht Design who has won 28 BWI and OWAA writing awards.
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