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Weatherproof Your Satellite Dish?

 |  |  |  June 19, 2006


The folks at Cytonix Corporation claim they’ve got a solution to rainy/snowy-day satellite dish outages with their new WX2100 spray-on coating.

satellite dish in a stormAccording to the company, “WX2100 is a long-lasting, super hydrophobic coating that repels rain, snow and ice, keeping satellite dishes and radomes dry even in heavy precipitation and preventing the buildup of snow and ice.”

Apparently this stuff has been used to reduce rain issues has been successfully used to reduce “rain fade” in commercial and military satellite operations for some time.

Now if I could only get up on my roof…

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