A satellite dish is a parabolic antenna designed to receive or transmit information from radio waves to or from a communication satellite. The word more commonly means a device used by consumers to receive direct broadcast of satellite TV from a direct transmitter to a geostationary route.
The parabolic shape reflects the signal in the center of the dish. Arranged on arms at the focal point of the device is a system called the "feedhorn". This feeder is essentially the front space that gathers the signals at the focus point and transmits them to the low noise converter or an LNB.
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