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    DirecTV Phase I Satellite Dish

    The DirecTV Phase I Satellite Dish was the original DirecTV dish. This is an 18" satellite dish with one LNB.

    This dish can only receive signal from DirecTV satellites at 101 degrees.

    DirecTV Phase I Satellite Dish

    DirecTV Phase II Satellite Dish

    DirecTV introduced the Phase II Satellite Dish in 1998. The Phase II dish can receive signals from the DirecTV satellites at 110 and 119 degrees.

    DirecTV Phase II Satellite Dish

    DirecTV Phase II Plus Satellite Dish

    The DirecTV Phase II Plus Satellite Dish is very similar to the Phase II dish, except that it offers an additional LNB.

    The third LNB enables the Phase II Plus dish to receive signal from DirecTV satellites at 110 degrees, in addition to the 101 and 119 degree satellites supported on the Phase II dish.

    DirecTV Phase II Plus Satellite Dish

    DirecTV Phase III Satellite Dish

    DirecTV introduced the Phase III Satellite Dish in 2002. This dish can receive signal from DirecTV satellites at 101, 110 and 119 degrees.

    DirecTV Phase III Satellite Dish

    DirecTV AT9 MPEG-4 Compatible Ku/Ka Band Satellite Dish

    The DirecTV AT9 MPEG-4 Compatible Ku/Ka Band Satellite Dish is designed to receive signals from DirecTV satellites at 99, 101, 103, 110 and 119 degrees.

    The DirecTV satellites at 99 and 103 degrees transmit on the newer Ka Band.

    This dish is also designed to receive HDTV video compressed with the newer MPEG-4 compression.

    DirecTV AT9 MPEG-4 Compatible Ku/Ka Band Satellite Dish

    DirecTV International Satellite Dish

    The DirecTV International Satellite Dish is specialized for the reception of international and local market programming from DirecTV satellites at 95 degrees.

    This dish is 87cm across, so you will need a bit more space to mount it.

    This dish is normally used along with another DirecTV dish.

    DirecTV International Satellite Dish

    Aftermarket Satellite Dishes

    In addition to these standard DirecTV satellite dishes, many other manufacturers offer satellite dishes which will work with DirecTV.

    These aftermarket dishes often provide improved gain to better deal with rainfade.

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    6 comments
    1. Dennis West

      10 September, 2014 at 6:27 pm

      How many channels can you get with SD only on Directv? the receiver and antenna we may buy for our motorhome states at this time we can only get SD channels . Cant find anywhere how many or which channels they are

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    2. scott davis

      24 May, 2012 at 5:07 pm

      I’m getting 110, and 119 my dish moved cant find 99 or 103e-w Do I need to turn my dish left or right
      to pic 99 and 103 my zip is 24823 Coal Mtn. WV 24823
      can you please tell me what way I need to go Directtv slimline 3

      Reply
    3. George Dumas

      30 August, 2011 at 2:46 pm

      I have a DirecTV Phase I dish with a 3×4 multiswitch.  All I want is to use one reciever. do I need the multiswitch? Thanks

      Reply
    4. clayton

      5 August, 2011 at 9:53 am

      why are we not getting cnn and others it breaks up no matter what you do to signal strenght

      Reply
    5. clayton

      5 August, 2011 at 9:51 am

      can a 3f.3  satellite dish work here  in the central bahamas for drectv not many channels picking up since the chages lately

      Reply
    6. harrison muriithi

      21 April, 2011 at 4:34 pm

      how many channels i can get through  mpeg 4

      Reply
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