Changes are coming. Do you know what they are and how they will affect you?
DISH Network® is in the process of converting most of its satellite signals from QPSK modulation to a more efficient 8PSK format. This upgrade will allow DISH Network to provide additional content and more highdefinition programming, improving the customer experience. Unfortunately, this new format is not backwards compatible with older receiver or antenna equipment. As a result, older models of TracVision® and others antenna systems may need to be replaced to continue receiving the full lineup of DISH Network’s programming. IMPORTANT! KVH’s latest generation of TracVision products (RV1 and A9) are fully compatible with 8PSK format. TracVision antenna models prior to RV1 and A9 cannot decode 8PSK signals. Therefore, they will not be able to track DISH Network’s 61.5°W or 129°W satellites when DISH Network upgrades to 8PSK. However, they may still track 110°W and 119°W on alternate transponders. CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THESE CHANGES
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