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Airtel Digital TV’s Hardware Quality To Soon Be At Par With Tata Sky As It Offers Major Upgrade For XStream STB


Airtel Digital TV’s hardware quality is soon all set to get a revamp and become at par with other leading DTH operators like Tata Sky as it has begun providing superior Inverto Low-noise block down converter (LNB) for new connections, Reports.

A LNB is mounted on satellite dish and is used for satellite TV reception. Its function is to take a weak signal and amplify it. It also works as a block down-converter to convert high-satellite frequencies to lower levels.

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As per the report, Airtel has imported these LNB which are also used by Tata Sky+ HD (DVR) set-top boxes. These LNB are said to be a better product which provide stronger signals.

These LNBs which are priced at around Rs 775 will reportedly be provided for its newly launch flagship set top box – XStream.

Some of the features of these LNBs are Low Phase Noise, Low Noise Figure, Low power consumption, High Cross Polarization Isolation, and High-Frequency stability. It also helps reduce interference from 4G/LTE transmissions.

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