Are you saying the information on Lyngsat isn't up to date, since it's listed as clear on 3860/V/31247?
Thanks guys. I am currently using the EIRP values info from Lyngsat combined with the info on dish diameter info on Sadoun website to try to get the info I need.
I hope this helps someone else in their search for the right dish they need.
none as its scrambled
Are you saying the information on Lyngsat isn't up to date, since it's listed as clear on 3860/V/31247? I have a 6' motorised dish and live in North Carolina and can't get that particular transponder. I am willing to go bigger but need to know from people who already have such bigger dish to tell me if they get certain channels I am looking for.
Also is there a site I can refer to that will help me determine the required dish size to get certain transponders on different satellites?
due to modulation and FEC, this signal is a relatively easy DVB-S2 signal to pick up compared to most DVB-S2 signals in the arc. The signal can be a little messy on the spectrum analyzer and still be lockable.Also, it is DVB-S2, and might require a larger dish to get consistently, and more and more signals are going to S2.