This is part of the Blockstream Satellite Kit setup guide. Before starting the Blockstream Satellite Basic Kit setup process, you should make sure that you have all the required components available, as shown below. Some components are not included with the kit and will need to be purchased online or from your local hardware store. Required Components Included with the Basic Kit Ku-band LNB C-band LNB CS1 scalar kit USB satellite receiver F-to-F flat coax cable extender Adjustable LNB mounting bracket Digital satellite finder AC adapter USB cable Purchased Separately Satellite antenna/dish: We recommend purchasing the Flat Panel Antenna, available on the Blockstream Store (Asia Pacific users should contact us first to confirm compatibility). However, any TV satellite dish with a minimum diameter of 60cm will work with the kit. A computer running Linux: Most mid-range laptops from the last five years will meet the minimum specifications required to run the Blockstream Satellite software. You will need a USB 2.0 port on the computer or a USB adapter. We recommend Ubuntu for the easiest setup. 1x short RG6 cable: The cable should be long enough to connect the satellite finder to the satellite antenna during antenna alignment. Normally around one meter will be sufficient. 1x long RG6 cable: The cable should be long enough to reach from the satellite antenna to the satellite receiver. For example, if you are installing the satellite antenna on a roof and your receiver is held in an indoor office, you will probably need a 10-30m cable to cover the distance. Next Steps After confirming that you have all components prepared, you will need to assemble the LNB, or if you are using the Flat Panel Antenna, you can instead go directly to setting up the Basic Kit satellite receiver.