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Re: Satellite dish installation

Posted by New York Tenant on March 18, 2001 at 20:17:03:

In Reply to: Satellite dish installation posted by Joe on March 18, 2001 at 17:39:08:

The satellite dish may work indoors, even with blinds in place. The New York Post did a story about that a while ago.

If the terrace faces south and is for your exclusive use, you could place a planter on the terrace, pour cement into it, and place the antenna mast into the cement. You could run the cable through a slight opening of the window.

FCC rules permit this, so you shouldn't need any approval from the landlord.

: We live in a rental building and we have a terrace for our exclusive use (it can be accessed by building personnel.)
: We have a window that faces south and would like to install a satellite dish. We don't plan on putting any holes through the
: wall or window frame.Can the landlord/management agent stop us from installing this dish?
: What permissions, if any, do we need?

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