the shelter, note the location of the antenna entry panel.
Antenna cabling length limitations dictate that this panel,
transit. While aiming through the pocket transit on the
as much as possible, should face directly into the rear of
satellite heading, locate the second sighting point about
the antenna and be no more than 2 feet (0.6 m) from the
75 feet (22.9 m) down the sighting line from the first
rear edge of the rear 24-inch ground pad. Once the
point. Mark This second sighting point.
d. Repeat step c above and recheck the satellite
shelter position and orientation has been established, the
location of the power pallet can be determined. The
Move the second sighting point in the
power pallet should be positioned in a direction directly
crosselevation plane (azimuth), as necessary, to obtain
opposite to the rear of the shelter to minimize noise
the exact satellite heading from the first sighting point.
pickup from the power unit. The orientation of the pallet
as illustrated, with the generator output terminals facing
Placement of Terminal and Power Pallet (fig.
towards the shelter, allows for optimum use of the power
cable. This position and orientation of the pallet can be
changed to suit the conditions of the site area.
Locate the terminal and power pallet positions
Maneuver the shelter and pallet to the selected positions.
approximately as illustrated. Of prime importance is the
positioning and orientation of the terminal shelter. On