The GATR is a manual point antenna. To point, you simply set the azimuth (east/west direction) when you set out the four hold-down plates on the four corners. When the square formed by the four plates is oriented toward the satellite, the antenna will then inflate pointing toward the satellite. The cables then leave you 10 degrees of mobility to either side to help you find the satellite.
The elevation is set using an analog level (or inclinometer) sewn into the side of the GATR and the cable eyelets on the four plates. This allows you to slide the entire ball up or down from 0 to 90 degrees.
The polarity is adjusted manually by turning the feed horn, just as on any other antenna.Click here to view the animated setup video.