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— 03-04/2015

1. Main menu of the MKTech

CB200 HD

2. Various measurements in

DVB-S2 mode

3. Transponder search

4. Constellation diagram

5. Explorer function

6. Selecting the target


7. Packet Control function

8. Selecting the appropriate

LOF frequency

9. Selecting the appropriate

DiSEqC ports

10. DiSEqC protocols 1.2 and

1.3 are supported as well

11. Angle calculation

12. DiSEqC 1.2 options

for the signal level as well as

supply voltage through the

terrestrial signal input, if re-

quired. You won’t find many

more adjustment options and

– quite frankly – you won’t

need any more either!

This means you’re (or rath-

er, the meter is) ready for

taking the first signal meas-

urement. All you need to do is

look up a dedicated menu item

labelled Satellite or Terrestri-

al. Contrary to many meters

offered by other manufactur-

ers MKTech has equipped the

CB200 HD with a genuinely

up-to-date database of C

band and Ku band satellites.

A total of 82 satellite entries

are available, complete with

all their transponder data. So

a short period of familiarisa-

tion users should be able to

operate the CB200 HD with-

out even having to look at it.

On the bottom side of the

meter MKTech has positioned

a USB port, a socket for con-

necting the external charging

unit, as well as a mechanical

power switch. We would have

appreciated a way to feed

A/V signals from the meter

to an external device and to

display external signals on

the meter’s screen. Neither

option, however, is available.

The main menu of the

CB200 HD sports a decidedly

minimalistic look and feel.

This is not a bad thing at all,

since it allows operating the

meter without having to study

the manual beforehand. In

System Settings users can

select their preferred OSD

language, the measuring unit