Dave Solberg

Using a Portable RV Satellite Dish

Dave Solberg
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There are a variety of satellite receiver options when RVing. Some are permanent structures attached to the top of the rig, while others must be cranked up to receive a signal. Lucky for us, with so many new advances in technology, RVers are now able to take the entertainment of television on the road with a portable satellite dish.

There are many portable options on the market, but one of our favorites is the Pathway XI by Winegard. A major benefit of a portable satellite dish is the ability to place it outside to find a proper line of sight. Another great feature? All you have to do is connect the coax cable to the input line and it will power the dish—no outlet needed. Once powered up on the inside of the RV, the unit will work to find satellites and provide a signal to the unit. Another great benefit of a portable satellite dish for your RV is that they are inexpensive, lightweight, and versatile, meaning they can be used in areas other than just your RV.

Bonus: The Pathway XI even comes with the Dish Network pre-installed!

With so many great perks like convenience, portability, and cost, having a portable satellite dish makes it possible to have your adventures without leaving the creature comforts of home behind. With the Pathway XI, you can still catch the big game or enjoy a movie night in the woods. How much better could it get?

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