Channel list of Skynet Package from Apstar 7 at 76.5 East
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Channel list of Skynet Package from Apstar 7 at 76.5 East
#11
(Wednesday 08-August-2012, 21:35)imurreflection Wrote:
(Wednesday 08-August-2012, 21:03)lnb15k Wrote: I didnt get those frequencies Sad Only this frequency came. As per foot print you must get it easily. Why not try it on 90cms dish itself first before investing on bigger dish? As per map it is between 100-130cms. So on 90cms there is good chance to get signal.

Friend, I tried a lot on 90 CM but didn't succeed. Everyone is saying elevation is too low in New Delhi but the footprints (Satsta/Satbeams/Lyngsat/Flysat/Tracksat/Kingofsat (God knows how many SAT's, I have checked) says it's easily available...Dont know what's wrong

Elevation too low for Delhi? You are already getting signals from 75 East so move the dish little and get 76.5. Elevation will change just 0.06 degrees. So it should be dead easy to get. Move the dish slightly towards South. Just 2 degrees needed.
#12
(Sunday 12-August-2012, 14:36)lnb15k Wrote:
(Wednesday 08-August-2012, 21:35)imurreflection Wrote:
(Wednesday 08-August-2012, 21:03)lnb15k Wrote: I didnt get those frequencies Sad Only this frequency came. As per foot print you must get it easily. Why not try it on 90cms dish itself first before investing on bigger dish? As per map it is between 100-130cms. So on 90cms there is good chance to get signal.

Friend, I tried a lot on 90 CM but didn't succeed. Everyone is saying elevation is too low in New Delhi but the footprints (Satsta/Satbeams/Lyngsat/Flysat/Tracksat/Kingofsat (God knows how many SAT's, I have checked) says it's easily available...Dont know what's wrong

Elevation too low for Delhi? You are already getting signals from 75 East so move the dish little and get 76.5. Elevation will change just 0.06 degrees. So it should be dead easy to get. Move the dish slightly towards South. Just 2 degrees needed.

Friend, not getting on 90 CM.Tried a lot..I actually mixed two sats. I was trying for Telstar 18 @ 138° (D-Sky) East for which even 70 CM dish is sufficient but elevation is 15 or 17 Degree in Delhi. Elevation for ABS1 75° is 56 so you can imagine. Can you please advise if my existing 90 CM is sufficient for this or I have to get bigger one?
#13
What is the Signal level and quality you get on ABS1 north beam?
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#14
(Sunday 12-August-2012, 22:03)MJ786 Wrote: What is the Signal level and quality you get on ABS1 north beam?

OpenBox S 10

Signal Intensity (Level) on weakest transponder north beam Frequency 12704/V/18050 = 90%

Signal Quality = Between 63-70% (No Freeze or cut but sometimes when the signal quality goes below 60, the channel shows No Signal)

Signal Intensity (Level) on strongest transponder north beam Frequency 12641/V/22000 = 92%

Signal Quality = 72-73% Runs without Cuts or Freezes even on 55-60.

Overall 100+ channels on North and South beams are received
#15
(Sunday 12-August-2012, 21:54)imurreflection Wrote:
(Sunday 12-August-2012, 14:36)lnb15k Wrote:
(Wednesday 08-August-2012, 21:35)imurreflection Wrote:
(Wednesday 08-August-2012, 21:03)lnb15k Wrote: I didnt get those frequencies Sad Only this frequency came. As per foot print you must get it easily. Why not try it on 90cms dish itself first before investing on bigger dish? As per map it is between 100-130cms. So on 90cms there is good chance to get signal.

Friend, I tried a lot on 90 CM but didn't succeed. Everyone is saying elevation is too low in New Delhi but the footprints (Satsta/Satbeams/Lyngsat/Flysat/Tracksat/Kingofsat (God knows how many SAT's, I have checked) says it's easily available...Dont know what's wrong

Elevation too low for Delhi? You are already getting signals from 75 East so move the dish little and get 76.5. Elevation will change just 0.06 degrees. So it should be dead easy to get. Move the dish slightly towards South. Just 2 degrees needed.

Friend, not getting on 90 CM.Tried a lot..I actually mixed two sats. I was trying for Telstar 18 @ 138° (D-Sky) East for which even 70 CM dish is sufficient but elevation is 15 or 17 Degree in Delhi. Elevation for ABS1 75° is 56 so you can imagine. Can you please advise if my existing 90 CM is sufficient for this or I have to get bigger one?

Are you able to get H pol from 138E?
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#16
(Wednesday 15-August-2012, 09:18)lnb15k Wrote:
(Sunday 12-August-2012, 21:54)imurreflection Wrote:
(Sunday 12-August-2012, 14:36)lnb15k Wrote:
(Wednesday 08-August-2012, 21:35)imurreflection Wrote:
(Wednesday 08-August-2012, 21:03)lnb15k Wrote: I didnt get those frequencies Sad Only this frequency came. As per foot print you must get it easily. Why not try it on 90cms dish itself first before investing on bigger dish? As per map it is between 100-130cms. So on 90cms there is good chance to get signal.

Friend, I tried a lot on 90 CM but didn't succeed. Everyone is saying elevation is too low in New Delhi but the footprints (Satsta/Satbeams/Lyngsat/Flysat/Tracksat/Kingofsat (God knows how many SAT's, I have checked) says it's easily available...Dont know what's wrong

Elevation too low for Delhi? You are already getting signals from 75 East so move the dish little and get 76.5. Elevation will change just 0.06 degrees. So it should be dead easy to get. Move the dish slightly towards South. Just 2 degrees needed.

Friend, not getting on 90 CM.Tried a lot..I actually mixed two sats. I was trying for Telstar 18 @ 138° (D-Sky) East for which even 70 CM dish is sufficient but elevation is 15 or 17 Degree in Delhi. Elevation for ABS1 75° is 56 so you can imagine. Can you please advise if my existing 90 CM is sufficient for this or I have to get bigger one?

Are you able to get H pol from 138E?
None...no H/V Pol...seems like I have to go for 120 CM dish
#17
nice discussion, hope you succeed with 120cm
#18
(Wednesday 15-August-2012, 14:50)imurreflection Wrote:
(Wednesday 15-August-2012, 09:18)lnb15k Wrote:
(Sunday 12-August-2012, 21:54)imurreflection Wrote:
(Sunday 12-August-2012, 14:36)lnb15k Wrote:
(Wednesday 08-August-2012, 21:35)imurreflection Wrote: Friend, I tried a lot on 90 CM but didn't succeed. Everyone is saying elevation is too low in New Delhi but the footprints (Satsta/Satbeams/Lyngsat/Flysat/Tracksat/Kingofsat (God knows how many SAT's, I have checked) says it's easily available...Dont know what's wrong

Elevation too low for Delhi? You are already getting signals from 75 East so move the dish little and get 76.5. Elevation will change just 0.06 degrees. So it should be dead easy to get. Move the dish slightly towards South. Just 2 degrees needed.

Friend, not getting on 90 CM.Tried a lot..I actually mixed two sats. I was trying for Telstar 18 @ 138° (D-Sky) East for which even 70 CM dish is sufficient but elevation is 15 or 17 Degree in Delhi. Elevation for ABS1 75° is 56 so you can imagine. Can you please advise if my existing 90 CM is sufficient for this or I have to get bigger one?

Are you able to get H pol from 138E?
None...no H/V Pol...seems like I have to go for 120 CM dish

H pol comes easily on 60cms even in South India. In Chennai itself I get that easily. So surely you must be getting atleast H pol in Delhi.
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