UK Wideband LNB
with MK4 Dish Bracket


Two UK Wideband outputs for Sky-Q or Freesat 4K

Wider neck places LNB at focal point of Mk4 dish

Large arrow helps align the polarity of the LNB

Highlighted zone aligns with Sky and Freesat signals

Patented feedhorn design improves signal

Spirit level helps ensure the dish is vertical

Bracket comes fitted to LNB and clips onto dish

Pull down weather shield protects connections

The GW2LB Wideband LNB has been specifically designed for use in the UK with a 10.41GHz Local Oscillator to make it compatible with both the Sky-Q and the Freesat 4K receivers. GeoSync’s Wideband LNB has two outlets, one carrying all of the horizontally polarized signals and the other the vertical. Both outputs need to be connected to the receiver.

Each LNB is fitted with a bracket to fit onto the popular elliptical dishes used in the UK.

⦿ 4 outputs allow you to feed signals to 4 satellite receivers or 2 receivers with built-in recorders (PVR’s)

⦿ Fitted with a bracket for the popular Mk. 4 elliptical dishes used in the UK

⦿ Spirit level helps ensure dish is set up correctly

⦿ Skew angle guide helps align on Sky or Freesat in the UK

⦿ Low noise factor further improved with patent feedhorn design for a cleaner signal and better picture

⦿ Pull-down weather shield keeps rain away from cable connections


GW2LB UK Wideband LNB with MK4 Dish Bracket

Choosing the right LNB for Sky-Q or Freesat 4K


Installing one of our products should be as straight-forward as possible which is why we incorporate a number of design features to help. GeoSync LNB’s are a great example of a product range designed for the UK, based on a detailed understanding the most popular dish designs that are used and the alignment requirements of the satellite which provides both Sky™ and Freesat™ signals.

Are you replacing an LNB on a Mk4 elliptical satellite dish? Then installation is as easy as 1, 2, 3.

Assuming that your dish is correctly aligned:

1) To receive Sky™ or Freesat™ align the bracket on the LNB at the appropriate angle shown on the map included with your LNB and tighten securely.

As you move from the North East to the South West the amount of skew required to align with the satellite increases in the negative direction.

Markings on the neck of the LNB should be aligned with the “V” on the bracket collar.

2) Having removed the old LNB slot the bracket onto the satellite dish arm and secure it in place with the split pin.

3) Connect each of the coax cables to the outlets on your new LNB, check the signal and pull down the weather shield

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