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01-05-2013 12:40 AM #13
Oh, BTW, I got the Invacom put on my 99cm WSI and it works good. The signal quality is good on LPBHD on SES2 at 87W. It is my due South Satellite at 180.8 degrees. Now I always go back to that position so I know where I'm at. I didn't have the know how when I first started out so the first sat I tried to hit was G19 at 97W and ended up on SES1 at 101, but I was so excited!
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01-05-2013 01:27 AM #14
Maybe Brian of SatelliteAV might have a thought.
- LNBF not at focus?
- LNBF aimed up/down/left/right?
- did you try skewing the entire dish?
Your choice of the pll LNBF was certainly on your side.
01-05-2013 02:04 AM #15
Last edited by WesTheTinkerer; 01-05-2013 at 02:09 AM. Reason: wrong info
01-05-2013 11:06 AM #16Pub Member / SupporterI always wondered how much of the dish was actually being illuminated by a regular LNB aimed directly at the center of the dish
My 84e elliptical paled in comparison to my 30 inch offset dishes performance. That was until I put the proper feed horn/LNB on it.One night I walked home very late and fell asleep in somebody's satellite dish.My dreams were showing up on TV's all over the world. -- Steven Wright
Openbox S9, Pansat 3500SD, 139w to 55.5W +30W
10Ft USS Steel BUD and an assortment of P⭐ dishes, 84e(1), .7m(2), 1.2m(2). 2.4m[8ft](1) offset in storage. 🐱
01-05-2013 12:10 PM #17
01-05-2013 12:57 PM #18
That's what you have to keep.
There have been many discussions of more modern LNBs to bolt to 'em.
Some have used the Dish Network bandstacked FSS LNB to good result.
I'm currently looking into a way to mate up SatAVs PLL, but that involves machining, testing, and more brainstorming.
Plus, cooperation of my tempermental Swiss machinist.
Film at 11.
Last edited by Anole; 01-05-2013 at 01:02 PM.