PAS 9 @ 58.0 w

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  1. coffee_bean

    coffee_bean Thread Starter Member

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    Hi, I'm kind of new to this satellite deal, I'm planning on getting FTA, is there any way to get PAS 9 and Hispasat 1D, from conus. I'm in zip 33033, is so what will I need as far as receiver, dish or what? Thanks for the help...
     
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  2. PSB

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    Here are the angles to ALL the satellites from your area.

    For the Pas 9 satellite you will need a Universal LNBF linke the Invacom SNH-031

    Any of the receivers in our review area will work, I like the Fortec Classic NA.

    As for a dish I use a 36" dish and have no problems with the satellites you mentioned!



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    Homestead, FL 33033
    Latitude 25° 29.436'N Longitude 80° 26.280'W
    
                  Sat Name Sat Lng Az(t) Az(m)   El  Skew
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      12.5°W Atlantic Bird   12.5W  99.9 105.5 11.3 -62.8
                Telstar 12   15.0W 101.1 106.8 13.6 -62.3
              Intelsat 901   18.0W 102.7 108.3 16.3 -61.7
                     NSS 7   22.0W 104.8 110.4 20.0 -60.8
              Intelsat 905   24.5W 106.2 111.9 22.3 -60.1
              Intelsat 907   27.5W 108.0 113.6 25.1 -59.1
             Hispasat 1C/D   30.0W 109.6 115.2 27.4 -58.3
              Intelsat 801   31.5W 110.6 116.2 28.7 -57.7
              Intelsat 903   34.5W 112.6 118.3 31.5 -56.4
           "C" AMC 12/T 11   37.5W 114.8 120.5 34.2 -55.0
                   NSS 806   40.5W 117.2 122.8 36.8 -53.4
                 Pas 3R/6B   43.0W 119.3 125.0 39.0 -51.9
                    Pas 1R   45.0W 121.2 126.8 40.8 -50.6
              Intelsat 705   50.0W 126.2 131.9 45.0 -46.7
              Intelsat 707   53.0W 129.7 135.3 47.4 -44.0
          "C" Intelsat 805   55.5W 132.8 138.4 49.3 -41.5
                     Pas 9   58.0W 136.2 141.8 51.1 -38.7
                  Amazonas   61.0W 140.6 146.3 53.1 -34.9
                EchoStar 3   61.5W 141.4 147.1 53.5 -34.2
                 Rainbow 1   61.5W 141.4 147.1 53.5 -34.2
            Estrela do Sul   63.0W 143.9 149.5 54.4 -32.2
          "C" Brasilsat B2   65.0W 147.3 153.0 55.6 -29.2
          "C" Brazilsat B1   70.0W 156.8 162.5 58.0 -20.8
                  Nahuel 1   71.8W 160.6 166.2 58.7 -17.5
                 DirecTV 1   72.5W 162.0 167.7 58.9 -16.2
                     AMC 6   72.0W 161.0 166.6 58.7 -17.1
                 Galaxy 12   74.0W 165.3 170.9 59.3 -13.2
                     SBS 6   74.0W 165.3 170.9 59.3 -13.2
                     AMC 5   79.0W 176.7 182.3 60.2  -3.0
                   Nimiq 2   82.0W 183.6 189.3 60.1   3.3
                     AMC 9   83.0W 185.9 191.6 60.1   5.4
          "C" Brasilsat B3   84.0W 188.2 193.9 59.9   7.4
                  AMC 2/16   85.0W 190.5 196.1 59.8   9.5
                     AMC 3   87.0W 195.0 200.6 59.3  13.5
                      IA-8   89.0W 199.3 204.9 58.7  17.3
                 Galaxy 11   91.0W 203.4 209.1 57.9  21.0
                 Nimiq 1/3   91.0W 203.4 209.1 57.9  21.0
          "C" Brasilsat B4   92.0W 205.4 211.1 57.5  22.8
                 Telstar 6   93.0W 207.4 213.0 57.0  24.5
                 Galaxy 3C   95.0W 211.1 216.8 56.0  27.8
                 Telstar 5   97.0W 214.6 220.3 54.9  30.9
                 Galaxy 4R   99.0W 218.0 223.6 53.7  33.7
           DirecTV 1R/4S/8  101.0W 221.1 226.7 52.4  36.4
                     AMC 4  101.0W 221.1 226.7 52.4  36.4
                Spaceway 1  102.0W 222.6 228.2 51.7  37.6
                     AMC 1  103.0W 224.0 229.6 51.0  38.8
                    AMC 15  105.0W 226.7 232.4 49.6  41.1
               Anik F1/F1R  107.3W 229.6 235.3 47.8  43.5
                 DirecTV 6  109.5W 232.2 237.9 46.1  45.5
                EchoStar 6  110.0W 232.8 238.5 45.7  46.0
                EchoStar 8  110.0W 232.8 238.5 45.7  46.0
                   Anik F2  111.1W 234.0 239.7 44.8  46.9
         "C" Solidaridad 2  113.0W 236.0 241.7 43.2  48.5
                  SatMex 5  116.8W 239.7 245.3 40.0  51.2
                 DirecTV 7  119.0W 241.6 247.3 38.1  52.6
                EchoStar 7  119.0W 241.6 247.3 38.1  52.6
     EchoStar 9/Telstar 13  121.0W 243.3 248.9 36.3  53.8
                Galaxy 10R  123.0W 244.9 250.5 34.5  54.8
          "C" Galaxy 12/14  125.0W 246.4 252.0 32.7  55.8
             Galaxy 13/H 1  127.0W 247.8 253.5 30.9  56.7
          IA- 7/Echostar 5  129.0W 249.2 254.8 29.1  57.5
                "C" AMC 11  131.0W 250.5 256.1 27.3  58.3
        "C" Galaxy 1R/ G15  133.0W 251.8 257.4 25.4  59.0
                "C" AMC 10  135.0W 253.0 258.6 23.6  59.7
                 "C" AMC 7  137.0W 254.1 259.8 21.8  60.3
                 "C" AMC 8  139.0W 255.3 260.9 19.9  60.8
                EchoStar 1  148.0W 259.9 265.6 11.6  62.7
                EchoStar 2  148.0W 259.9 265.6 11.6  62.7
                          
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     *** DBS SATELLITE ***
                          
             EchoStar 3/R1   61.5W 141.4 147.1 53.5 -34.2
              EchoStar 6/8  110.0W 232.8 238.5 45.7  46.0
                EchoStar 7  119.0W 241.6 247.3 38.1  52.6
     EchoStar 9/Telstar 13  121.0W 243.3 248.9 36.3  53.8
                EchoStar 5  129.0W 249.2 254.8 29.1  57.5
              EchoStar 1/2  148.0W 259.9 265.6 11.6  62.7
                          
                   Nimiq 2   82.0W 183.6 189.3 60.1   3.3
                 Nimiq 1/3   91.0W 203.4 209.1 57.9  21.0
                          
           DirecTV 1R/4S/8  101.0W 221.1 226.7 52.4  36.4
                 DirecTV 5  110.0W 232.8 238.5 45.7  46.0
                DirecTV 7S  119.0W 241.6 247.3 38.1  52.6
                          
    
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  3. coffee_bean

    coffee_bean Thread Starter Member

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    What exactly do I need, where can I get it from??
    Thanks for your quick responce
     
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    I would check out one of our GOLD sponsors above, I KNOW Sadoun will have everything you need.

    Receiver
    Universal LNBF (Invacom SNH-031 is a Universal LNBF)
    A 36" dish
    Motor
     
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  5. horizon

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    Does the Universal LNBF only work on the small dishes?

    I've got a c-band bud and will be putting in a corotor II in the future and I've seen the universal LNBF mentioned in other areas. Is there something similar I should be looking at?
     
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  6. coffee_bean

    coffee_bean Thread Starter Member

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    PSB thanks, again, for you quick responce, is there a list that show the channel I can get for free, I went to this link lyngsat.com/pas9.html, and there is a big list of channels, will I be getting all those channels or which ones will I get?
     
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    Mainly the ones with a big red F.
    With the above system you will get the channels with a 5 digit frequency.
    The channels with a 4 digit frequency are C-Band and would require at least a 6' dish and C-Band LNBF.
    Always check the far right column for each channel where is says BEAM or Footprint to make sure you are within the footprint, the broadcasting area.
    Have a look at the below link for more help in reading the charts.
    http://www.dmsiusa.com/charts.htm
     
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  8. coffee_bean

    coffee_bean Thread Starter Member

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    which way the dish has to be pointed to?
     
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    All the angles to the satellites are above. You will NEED a compass.

    eg. Without a motor to point at Pas 9......

    Sat Name / Sat Lng / Az(t) / Az(m) / El / Skew
    Pas 9 / 58.0W / 136 / 142 / 51 / -39

    You may need a local compay to do the install if so check here under installers dealers...

    www.dbsinstall.com
     
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    coffee_bean Thread Starter Member

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    Pete, Thanks for your help, now I now more or less what I need.
     
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