Method of Starlink installation fittings explained
Starlink installation done yesterday at Dalton, Parbold. Here we have mounted the Starlink dish or for the more technically minded the phased array antenna. We have used two pole mounting brackets, a thick steel mast and a shelley clamp. There are many ways to safely and securely mount your equipment. So, why this method you may be wondering? The customer lives in a very open and exposed area. Wind speeds can exceed 65mph frequently. So using two pole mounting brackets allows us to use eight fixing bolts. This gives us a very secure fitting to the property. The thick steel mast gives us a very strong mounting position for the dish. The shelley clamp gives us a more secure fitting than Starlinks own version.
Previous speeds and Starlink speeds
Being so remote BT speeds were 12Mb on a good day. The customer got slightly better speeds from a 4G EE router but 15Mb wasn’t much of an improvement. The customer tried the dish on arrival using the ground mount provided. He was amazed it hit 103Mb within seconds, he then turned it off as we arrived. After we installed the dish higher up on the property he performed another test. He was greeted to 130Mb within seconds. So for those who may now be wondering, yes it does help having the dish higher.
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