A note for those who receive >= 1 GHz and have their antennas outside at
60 North (I’m at +63 North). Water/Ice/Snow will attenuate your signal
dramatically if you don’t protect your antenna.
A sample when air temperature was +2C and dish temperature was -1C (1.5m
The signal should have been (left/right) straight arc lines not hairy
FFT. But now it was full of ice and erroneous since it was uncovered.
A simple solution could be to cover it with foam and have a fan blowing
in +C air and one sucking out. The dish/antenna should always be dry
Just a reminder when receiving microwave up North,