Join Date: Oct 2010
Location: Brampton, ON & Dartmouth, NS
-37.5 degrees skew means you stand in front of the dish, facing the dish, then rotate the LNB clockwise 37.5 degrees. Or, standing behind the dish, the LNB will be rotated counterclockwise (negative skew).
That sounds about right for you to hit 61.5W since you are roughly between 92 to 94 degrees W longitude in Arkansas. I'm sure you'll get a strong signal with that DN dish.
Added: 61.5W is a satellite that requires a circular LNB. Why would you need to skew a circular LNB? Isn't' that only necessary for a linear LNB?
OTA: Sony digital TV, Clearstream 2V@7' high, CM-7777, 10dB line amp; FTA: New 1.2-metre Ku-band dish.
Last edited by cyberham; 2012-02-21 at 04:44 PM.
Reason: Added skew question