VISIBLEWAVE Quad LNB with Terrestrial Combiners (1-in, 4-out)

Brand: Labgear
Code: AE8050
Manufacturer: VISIBLEWAVE
Man Code: VK5T
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AE8050 Quad LNB with Terrestrial Combiners (1-in, 4-out) supplied with bracket

Quad LNB with Terrestrial Combiners (1-in, 4-out). Describe by some in the trade as a “mini-multiswitch” that combines terrestrial and satellite signals onto each downlead.

Ideal for both FreeSat or SkyHD and FreeView reception recommended for use with a high-gain TV aerial.The LNB is Supplied with bracket to fit Mk4 dishes – bracket incorporates level

Quad Ku Band

  • Input Frequency low band: 10.7~11.7GHzhigh band: 11.7~12.75GHz
  • Output FrequencyOutput 1, 2, 3, 4 low band: 950~1950MHz high band: 1100~2150MHz
  • L.O. frequencies low band 9.75GHz (typ.)high band 10.6GHz (typ.)
  • L.O. Stability 0.5 ~1.0 MHz @ 25ºC1.0 ~2.0 MHz @ -40ºC ~ 70ºC
  • L.O. Phase Noise -65dBc/Hz @ 1kHz (typ.)-83dBc/Hz @ 10kHz (typ.)-95dBc/Hz @ 100kHz (typ.)
  • LNB Gain 25dB @ -40ºC ~ 70ºC
  • Ku LNBF Conversion Gain 55~67dB @ -40ºC~70ºC
  • Gain Flatness Over Full Band 4dB P-P (max.)
  • Gain Flatness @ 26MHz@ 300MHz ±0.5dB P-P (typ.)±2dB P-P (typ.)
  • Noise Figure 0.3dB (typ.), 1.0dB (max.)
  • Cross Polar Isolation 18 dB (min.)
  • Image Rejection 40 dB (min)
  • Current Consumption 200mA (typ.), 240mA (max.)
  • Operating Voltage & Band Switching Vertical: 11.5~14 DCHorizontal: 16~20VDC
  • Low-Band: 0 KHzHigh-Band: 18~26KHz
  • Operating Temp. -40ºC ~ +60ºC
  • RED Compliance EN 303 372-1


  • Frequency Range 40 ~ 790 MHz
  • Insertion Loss 8 ~11dB, 9dB (typ.)

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