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Thread: Weak Signal From 125W AMC21 Today/Tonight

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    Quote Originally Posted by tripinva View Post
    The other day I bumped my dish out of alignment. Too hot to try to get it back to tracking the arc, but I at least got my aim at 125W back, and the strengths of OETA and Montana are now higher than they were. 12180 does seem to be about 10 points lower than it was, putting it basically right in line with Montana and 11980, and slightly higher than Oklahoma. But I don't know if that means my aim still isn't exactly as it was or if it's actually weaker.

    12036, of course, maxes out. That's what I used to tweak my aim.

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    12036? What are the parameters?
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    12036 H 3124 is what I have.
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    I have 12036H 3725, but my USB tuner isn't picky so I don't know if the symbol rate is correct.

    It's DVB-S though, not S2.

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    Yeah, now that I look closer, 3724 it is.

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