FastSatfinder is the most complete virtual satellite finder currently available.It will help you to setup a satellite system and easily find the signal from a satellite. In fact, you do not need any device other than a pc dvb-s tuner in order to use virtual satellite finder. It already supports many DVB-S PC Tuners from different hardware manufacturers, such as TechnoTrend, Digital Everywhere, TechniSat, Hauppauge, Prof, Tevii, Pinnacle, TwinHan, DVB World, GeniaTech, Acorp.... For an up-to-date list of devices supported by FastSatfinder, see Devices section.
FastSatfinder has many advantageous features to make it an extremely powerful tool for antenna installation and maintenance tasks. With FastSatfinder you can not only calculate the angles necessary for installing satellite dishes, you can also monitor your signal strength/quality in real time whilst aligning antenna. This is an important difference between FastSatfinder and similar software.
"Live" speaking of signal ...
The ability to play back current signal values in a spoken voice. Languages currently supported are: English, German, Italian, Russian, Portuguese, French, Turkish. Also it can signals an audio tone. Various audio modes are available for selection.
Real-time signal processing
You can see in real time your signal quality, strength, signal/noise rate and any breaks in the signal. The windowed and full screen graph viewing modes avaiable.
Automation of all parameters
You do not need to specify parameters such as LNB1, LNB2, LNB Switch, QPSK... FastSatfinder can detect and setup these parameters automatically.
Supports Many Devices
FastSatfinder supports DVB-S/DVB-S2 devices for PC from many manufactures : Acorp, Pinnacle, Technotrend, Hauppauge, Twinhan, Prof, Tevii, GeniaTech, Technisat, Kworld, DVBWorld, LifeView and the list of supported devices is growing constantly.
Satellite dish alignment module
This module calculates the angular difference between a magnetic bearing and a compass bearing, the LNB polarization tilt angle, the azimuth and elevation angle based on your city's latitude, longitude and current satellite position.