The KVH TracVision TV3 Circular LNB is a user-friendly device that provides satellite TV entertainment on smaller boats.
With its single-cable design, compact 37cm (14.5") antenna, and device-friendly user interface, the TracVision TV3 is a snap to install, set up, and use. The DVB-S2 compatible TracVision TV3 is the perfect solution for single- or multiple-receiver installations. In no time, you'll be enjoying your favorite television programming, right from your boat.
Small Marine Satellite TV System that's Big on Built-in Features
A great choice for powerboats or sailboats frequenting cruising areas located within 100 nautical miles offshore, the TracVision TV3 supports DIRECTV®, DISH Network®, Bell TV, and circular and linear Ku-band regional services worldwide. The IP-enabled TracVision TV-Hub includes built-in Ethernet and Wi-Fi for easy interface with smartphones, tablets, smart TVs, and computers, giving you system information at your fingertips.
The innovative TracVision TV-Hub integrates the advanced functionality of the TV-series system into one streamlined unit:
KVH's proprietary RingFire technology is a remarkable breakthrough in antenna design, fusing precisely shaped, tuned parabolic dish antennas with custom-designed, dual-mode feed tubes and uniquely modified LNBs. RingFire technology provides unmatched illumination of the reflector resulting in signal strengths comparable to competitors' larger antennas. This means that with TracVision, you'll enjoy wider geographic coverage and better reception than with competing antennas, even in extreme weather.
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|01-0368-09||TracVision TV3 circular LNB linear universal dual and sky Mexico configuration||
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|01-0368-07||TracVision TV3 circular LNB for North America||
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