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TELE-satellite International — The World‘s Largest Digital TV Trade Magazine
— 09-10/2012
The broadcasting
antenna and the large 6.0
meter satellite dish for
the TV Século 21 station.
If you look closely, you’ll
see a 1.2-meter offset
dish mounted by Nivaldo
da Silva up on the mast in
an inverted position.
Anyone who has any experience set-
ting up and aligning satellite antennas
knows only too well the difference be-
tween small dishes and larger dishes:
the smaller the antenna, the easier it
is to align it to the desired satellite; on
the other side of the coin, the larger the
dish, the more difficult it is to bring it
into focus on the right satellite.
Some installers have a certain way of
performing these alignments and one
of them is Nivaldo da Silva from Sao
Paulo, Brazil. He has the ability to per-
fectly align the largest of antennas and
seems to be able to talk to the dishes.
They call him the ‘Antenna Whisperer’.