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[aprssig] RV APRS and Dish TV

Frank or Barbara Rossi N3FLR at verizon.net
Wed May 9 05:01:52 UTC 2012

The cheapest way to do it is take your home Dish Receiver with you in 
your RV.
Pick up a spare dish antenna, lots of them show up at Dayton, just have 
to get the one that is for your receiver.
Depends if you want HD TV in the RV.
A lot of Truck Drivers have Dish antenna's they put up on their trucks 
when laying over someplace.
They get pretty good at aiming the dish, always park so the dish is on 
the SW side of the truck.

Doing it this way, it don't cost anything more than your normal home 
Dish bill,
and you will see all the same channels that you have at home.
Frank J Rossi Jr

On 5/9/2012 12:16 AM, Bob Bruninga wrote:
> Curious,
> Does normal DISH TV work portable on an RV?  I see RV's with the dishes, but the fine print in the adds imply that you must have a phone line or internet connection too.
> Or are RV accounts something special?  Or can you just unmount your dish from the side of the house, and take it with you portable (while doing APRS portable of course).
> I assume that basic channels are always available? but that all on-demand and specialty features are not available without the talk-back link...
> Our TV is on rabbit ears (just like APRS on RF only), so need tips from APRS/TV RV'ers.
> Bob
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