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Old 09-14-2018, 02:20 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by txsgent View Post
For Legacy.. I actually liked the 22kHz.. switches.. just had to remember to turn on the one side of the 22KHz switch in the settings.
at one time I used a DTV 22khz switch.. that had a power supply.. to power it up.. and that worked good too..
I personally never tried combining.. SW21 or SW21 DP switches with Dish Pro type LNBs..
though I saw many diagrams that said you could..
let us know how it works out with the Legacy 8 to 1 switch..
Headache? Yes. Still waiting for the stuff to come in.
My understanding is so far.
A 22kHz switch acts like a flip flop or non-latching switch.
When no tone is detected, one port will be active. When 22kHz is sent over the coax from receiver, the switch activates the other port.
The switch passes 950-2400MHz and the lnb is band stacked...either port passes the entire lnb freq range. So by using 2 band stacked lnbs, one on each port. 22kHz (or not) would select either lnb. And a multi lnb could get diseqc 1.0 commands to switch the internal switch...
Simple enough. On paper.

The Diseqc 1.1 switch relies on a data string from the receiver, no tone involved, uses diseqc 1.1 protocol. It also passes 950-2400Mhz. So it could be used 1 port H and another port V on a legacy.
Or pass the entire freq range on a band stacked lnb over the active port receiving diseqc 1.1 data stream on one port.
The kicker is IF diseqc 1.0 and 1.1 over the same coax won't play nice.
It should. Whether it's a 2,4, or 8 port switch.
That's the 22 dollar question. I could read all day. In my hands and in front of my eyes is better.
Keep y'all posted.
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