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Discussion in 'Free To Air (FTA) Discussion' started by chucho, Aug 27, 2007.

  1. chucho

    chucho Thread Starter Member

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    do you know if I can get hispa sat here in Freso Ca, and what is my azmt and elevation
     
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    qwert1515 SatelliteGuys TheList Staff Member HERE TO HELP YOU!

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    Most likely you can not, I think you are talking about 30 Degrees West.

    In Northern California you should be able to see 58 Degrees West to 179 Degrees West. (You might be able to see a little bit more on the east like 5 degrees).
     
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    AS Qwert1515 said , 58.0 west is your limit to the east .

    In order to watch 58.0 west Ku , you will need a Universal LNB .

    Cubavision International is the channel most people watch when Hispasat is not available due to location or LOS.
     
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    Anole SatelliteGuys Guru

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    Here's the elevation of some satellites to the east, as seen by a viewer in Fresno, California:

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    [FONT=Courier New]                         Fresno, CA 93728
              Latitude 36° 45.486'N Longitude 119° 48.678'W
    
                             Sat Name Sat Lng Az(t) Az(m)    [COLOR=Blue][B]El[/B][/COLOR]  Skew
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     *** Atlantic Sats 1ºW - 61ºW ***
                                     
                           Express 3A   11.0W 258.5 243.3 -23.0 -51.7
                      Atlantic Bird 1   12.5W 259.4 244.2 -21.9 -52.0
             Gorizont 32 (incl. 6.0°)   14.0W 260.4 245.2 -20.7 -52.2
                           Telstar 12   15.0W 261.0 245.8 -20.0 -52.3
                         Intelsat 901   18.0W 262.9 247.6 -17.7 -52.7
            Intelsat 603 (incl. 2.8°)   20.0W 264.1 248.9 -16.2 -52.8
                                NSS 7   22.0W 265.3 250.1 -14.7 -53.0
                         Intelsat 905   24.5W 266.8 251.6 -12.7 -53.1
                         Intelsat 907   27.5W 268.6 253.4 -10.4 -53.2
                       [COLOR=Red][B]Hispasat 1C/1D[/B][/COLOR]   [COLOR=Red]30.0W[/COLOR]  90.1  74.9  [COLOR=Red][B]-8.5[/B][/COLOR] -53.2
                         Intelsat 801   31.5W  91.0  75.8  -7.3 -53.2
                         Intelsat 903   34.5W  92.8  77.6  -4.9 -53.1
     AMC 12 / Telstar 11 (incl. 1.1°)   37.5W  94.6  79.4  -2.5 -53.0
                              NSS 806   40.5W  96.4  81.2  -0.2 -52.8
                      PAS 6B / PAS 3R   43.0W  98.0  82.8   1.8 -52.5
                               PAS 1R   45.0W  99.2  84.0   3.4 -52.3
                         Intelsat 705   50.0W 102.4  87.2   7.4 -51.5
                         Intelsat 707   53.0W 104.4  89.2   9.8 -50.9
                         Intelsat 805   55.5W 106.1  90.8  11.8 -50.3
                                [COLOR=Blue][B]PAS 9[/B][/COLOR]   [COLOR=Blue]58.0W[/COLOR] 107.8  92.6  [B][COLOR=Blue]13.8[/COLOR][/B] -49.7
                             Amazonas   61.0W 109.9  94.7  16.2 -48.9[/FONT]
    
    The "El" is the elevation , or how high above the horizon you'll find the satellite.
    A negative sign, means the bird is below the horizon.
     
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