Small satellite dish for the beacon structure.
A satellite dish is a round-shaped, parabolic antenna designed to receive signals from satellites that transmits data or broadcasts. The shape of the dish reflects the signal to the dish's focal point, a device called a feedhorn, located at the dish's focal point, which gathers the signals and converts them. It is widely used in television broadcast, communications, and data transmission.
Found on the roof of some buildings, attached to some apartment balconies, and fixated on the tops of news vans.
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