SAToolz Satellite Line of Sight Tool
SAToolz is an iPhone app that allows you to quickly determine if any obstacles like trees or buildings are in the way before you attempt to setup you DIRECTV, Dish Network, Exede, HughesNet, Dish TV or Optus satellite dish.
The SAToolz DIRECTV, Dish Network, Exede and HughesNet Satellite Finder apps will quickly allow you to determine if any obstacles like trees or buildings are in the way before you attempt to setup your satellite dish.
It's easy to use, simply point your iPhone towards the southern sky and see on the live camera where the satellites are. You can then easily determine if there are any obstacles preventing you from receiving a satellite signal. This is the ultimate line-of-sight tool!
Use this app when camping, RV'ing, tailgating or at home. Use it anytime you need to know if those tree's, buildings or any type of obstacle might be in the way.
This is accomplished by using the iPhones built in video camera with an overlay of all the satellites as dots in the sky.
To use, simply point your iPhone towards the southern sky and see everything on the live video screen. The satellites will show up as red dots as you move your iPhone around, allowing you to quickly and easily determine if there are any obstructions in the way.
- See the satellites move on the screen with live video, everything is realtime!
- Use it anywhere!!!
- Does not require cell service or Internet connectivity.
- Simple and fast, requires no technical knowledge or configuration to use.
- Change the sight color by swiping left or right.
SAToolz allows you to see if satellite reception is plausible at your current location and is not intended to help align your dish.
When using this application the iPhones internal compass is used to help locate satellites in the sky. It is extremely important that this software is used outdoors away from objects that can cause interference to the compass. Any compass interference will cause the satellites to move sporadically. Please avoid using this software by any object that can cause magnetic interference.
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