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C band reception and 5G

Post by kolithawick » Sun Feb 24, 2019 3:18 am

Recently I have read about technical information about 5G. the frequency bands used are same as C band frequency.
What will happen to our C band reception when 5G transmit high power in close range.
experts please comment.

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Re: C band reception and 5G

Post by Feralkiwi » Sun Feb 24, 2019 8:39 pm

My concern is that 5G sets up standing wave patterns that have high powered node points, a bit like the 100 foot rouge waves that old time sailers reported, that have now been recorded by wave meters.
The testing of 5G has been done using only one sorce at a time, not with multipule sorces and these standing waves nodes.
If your dish is in one of these nodes, yes it will suffer.

As I understand it, the suberbs around the large uplink satellite sites in both Brisbain and Sydney Australia have a wifi ban so the sites can operate.
This suggest that interferance is an issue.

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Re: C band reception and 5G

Post by kolithawick » Mon Feb 25, 2019 2:22 am

thanks Owen.

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Re: C band reception and 5G

Post by abcd4321 » Tue Feb 26, 2019 6:17 pm

I think its going to be a problem until recently 101w was great. Then quality readings started going all over the place. The dish is pointed between a 1000ft cell tower and a 300ft tower. It was never effected before and even now if moved outside the towers everything goes back to normal. The towers are down range about 2 miles but would imagine they radiate upward as horizontally.

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Re: C band reception and 5G

Post by tck9 » Sun Apr 07, 2019 5:03 pm

abcd4321 wrote:I think its going to be a problem until recently 101w was great. Then quality readings started going all over the place. The dish is pointed between a 1000ft cell tower and a 300ft tower. It was never effected before and even now if moved outside the towers everything goes back to normal. The towers are down range about 2 miles but would imagine they radiate upward as horizontally.
Have you tried putting a shield around the dish? That way the interference will only happen if it's directly hitting the dish instead of coming from the sides.

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Re: C band reception and 5G

Post by Feralkiwi » Sun Apr 07, 2019 9:48 pm

Not a bad idea. I have seen sat dishes with a cylinder projecting from the outer edge for 1m.
You could still get high powered reflections in from the side.

I have noticed many signal loses for about five to ten minutes of late on TP's I am just getting.
I have had this long ago with spiders sitting in my C band LNB's with one leg on the side and one on the pickup pin. I now keep my LNB's sprayed with insect spray.
I am wondering if these ten minute signal losses are from passing intenet sats, the internet equivalant of the GPS sats.

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Re: C band reception and 5G

Post by Ncaa1976* » Sat Apr 20, 2019 9:48 pm

5G does it have an advantage???

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