Chapter 5 Procedures for finding the AFRTS® digital
This handbook was written to help users setup their AFN Antenna and Decoder. Both of these must be setup and configured correctly before you can receive AFN signals. You will need: - Internet access (or complete step one and download/print this guide for later use). - Television - Satellite dish - AFN decoder - Antenna cables (see step 4 below for appropriate cables and connectors). - Magnetic compass - Angle located / elevation guide / protractor (see step 3 below). 1. Authorizing your Decoder You must Visit PowerVu Connect webpage to authorize your decoder. Enter in the TID. and UA numbers found on the back of your decoder and follow the instructions on the screen to complete the authorization. If Internet service is not available call AFRTS-BC 24 hours a day at (951) 413-2339, DSN 348-1339 or AFRTS-HQ during normal working hours east coast time at (703). 428-0616, DSN 328-0616. NOTE: AFN decoders must be reactivated every 3 years. 2. Setting up your Decoder a) Find the appropriate satellite information (satellite name, azimuth, elevation).
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