Satellite TV in bad weather

It's no secret that in bad weather: a thunderstorm or a blizzard, or maybe with smoke, say, peat bogs are burning, many have problems with receiving satellite television.
What to do? You need to take care of a kind of margin in reception from a satellite even when buying. You can reduce the number of overlays during reception, we do not take into account poor-quality installation or tuning, by purchasing an antenna not 60, 90 cm, but 120 cm or more in diameter. Of course, this will cost a pretty penny, but in return you get the uninterrupted operation of satellite television in almost any weather, which is worth it in bad weather, comfortably sitting in front of the screen, watching satellite broadcasts or rooting for your team.

Satellite TV in bad weather
Satellite TV in bad weather
Satellite TV in bad weather
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