What is the location of the satellites for the east coast?

Discussion in 'The DISH Forum' started by Depep, Sep 25, 2008.

  1. Depep

    Depep Thread Starter Member

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    Hi guys. I am new to this forum. I live on the east coast (08330) and I live in association where there is only one place where I am able to put the dish. And from that place I have limited view of the sky. There are a lot of trees around and the dish has to be on the ground. So before I call Dish N. can somebody tell me what satellites has to be visible so I would be able to get all the programming from Dish N.?
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  2. kstuart

    kstuart SatelliteGuys Family Pub Member / Supporter

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    There is a stickied thread at the top with the title "Eastern Arc... "
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  3. navychop

    navychop Member of the Month - July 2014! Pub Member / Supporter

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    You MIGHT get in on Eastern Arc, which includes one dish pointing at 61.5, 72 & 77. This would get you SD & HD coverage. Not sure what locals might apply to you, if any. Mays Landing, NJ, eh?

    Or they might set you up with a dish for 110/119. If you want HD, then you'll also get another dish for 61.5 or 129. Probably the former. In fact, I don't think you can get 129 where you're at.
  4. Depep

    Depep Thread Starter Member

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    I don’t think that is going to work for me. My visible area is somewhere between 70 and 110. So I won’t be able to get 61.5 and 119. They are booth behind a tree. I’m just angry because the association where I live won’t allow me to install the dish on the roof even it's my own townhouse. And I don’t think that they will cut the top of the tree for me so I would be able to get 119.
    Anyway thanks for your help guys.
  5. navychop

    navychop Member of the Month - July 2014! Pub Member / Supporter

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    ALL STOP. BACK ONE THIRD.

    Your homeowner's association? If you own your home, townhome, etc, they have no say. It's the LAW. We fight this over and over. They CANNOT stop you from putting up a dish up to 1 meter wherever you want (within safety rules), and any number of dishes. Same for OTA antennas. But HOAs try to bull their way thru all the time.

    If you are a member of a co-op or such, different story. But if you own, see this link on OTARD.
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    HDRoberts SatelliteGuys Family Pub Member / Supporter

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