It's true, the WS
International WS9036 is larger than most other 90cm 36" dishes in the
Our 90cm dish is
much larger than most 90cm dishes. We also use heavy walled custom fit
boxes with styro foam inserts to protect the dish from damage during
shipping. You will see our short axis measures 90cm and the long
axis is 99cm giving you a dish that is almost 1 meter measure on the
This is a 36" by 39" dish!!!
This is one of the largest dishes you can legally put in sub-division.
Check this out:
Commercial Grade 90cm Dish For Ku Band Satellite
36-inch satellite dish for Ku band and FTA satellites
Actual size: 99cm
= 39 inches
Universal Mount with Support Arms
Universal LNB Holder
You asked for it, you got it!
WS International is one of the only companies in the
industry who listens to the feedback of it's dealers, installers, and
broadcasters and develops and changes products according to their
needs. We have received many feedbacks from customers asking for
the box smaller to make it UPS and FedEx shippable and we have
excellent packing and styrofoam to eliminate damage in shipping, and
universal mount instead of a wall mount, and we have listened.
Take a look at the pictures below and explanation to see
how we have met your needs! If you, our customers need anything
different, please let us know. We are here to listen to your demand and
So when do I need a
You need a 90cm / 30" dish in a few different situations.
The first situation is if the satellite footprint dictates that you will
need a 90cm dish and the other is if you live in a fringe area or
slightly out of the footprint of a satellite that requires a 76cm or 30"
Is this dish for C or Ku band?
This is a Ku band satellite dish. For Ku reception,
you can use a dish as small as a 45cm and as large as they make them.
For C band, the smallest size dish you can use is a 6-foot (1.8m).
Look at the satellite footprint below. This
satellite footprint is actually for Galaxy25 (Telstar 5 / Intelsat
America's 5) Ku:
What is EIRP?
A measure of the
effective power emitted by a transmitter, or a measure of the signal
strength received on Earth from a satellite
The chart on the right of the map above explains the size antenna you
need based on your location. As you can see, you would need a 90cm
dish if you live outside of 48dB or lower. Basically, the lower
the decibel (dB), the less power you are able to receive from the
satellite, the larger size satellite dish you'll need.
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