Dish Network Mobile Dish

By: David Johnson

Isn’t it funny how quickly technology that appears to be thelatest and the highest can become rendered obsolete with the simpleannouncement of the advent of a higher level of technology? It happened to thehorse and buggy when the first prototype motor vehicle was rolled out and ithas happened even quicker to satellite systems that are currently installed inrecreational vehicles.

?Mobile Dish is asatellite service that Dish Network now offers for mobile vehicles that doesone thing that satellite TV services could never do before for the traveler. Itdelivers satellite TV programming with clear reception while the vehicle isrolling down the highway and this is something that RV owners and anyone elsewith a satellite system mounted in a moving vehicle have long been hoping for.

Mobile Dish currently has one-hundred channels ofprogramming that are available, with more planned on being added in the nearfuture. Mobile Dish Does more than just bring satellite TV programming to thetraveler on the open road, because Mobile Dish also completely does away withthe cumbersome and problematic satellite dish that had to be set up every timesatellite TV programming was to be received.

?Then if the vehiclehad to be driven, the dish had to be taken down again, even if it was just fora short trip. What is used in place of the satellite dish is a state of the arthigh tech receiving antenna that is mounted to the roof of the vehicle. Thisnew Mobile Dish antenna was specifically designed to attach to the roof of amoving vehicle, so it is aerodynamic, discreet and low profile, so it hugs theroof of the vehicle.

?The one-hundredchannels of Mobile Dish programming are a wide assortment of some of the bestprogramming that Dish Network has to offer and if one-hundred isn’t enough foryou, then there is Pocket Dish that you can use with your Mobile Dish system.Pocket Dish is a handy little devise that is small enough to fit in your shirtpocket yet has a huge memory capacity that can hold hours and hours of recordedmovies, programming and video games.

You simply transfer the recorded material from your DishNetwork home satellite system onto your Pocket Dish and take it with you whenyou hit the road with Mobile Dish. You simply plug it into your Mobile Dishsystem and anything that is on your Pocket Dish can then be seen on the screen.

Mobile Dish just makes too much sense and with the completeelimination of the satellite dish it is so much more convenient. During thelong monotonous hours on the road is where multiple channels of satellite TVprogramming are really needed the most. Many people got around this problem byprerecording programming before their trip and during the stops that were made,but this doesn’t replace the news and live weather programming that can be soimportant to the traveler on the road during the winter.

?Dish Network also hasfree Sirius satellite radio programming for you home and vehicle now that comeswith their programming packages and it also has a weather channel. This meansthat your winter travels can now be so much safer with Mobile Dish.

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