yes it would. That one and 5W. Also 11W. But i can hardly get a whiff of a few transponders on 22W in the winter when the trees are bare, and not at all during the summer. That's when I wish I had a 12- or 16-foot dish on top of a hill with no treesStill would be fun to try.
Wondering if knowing the TP downlink frequency, then hooking up a spectrum analyzer and looking at the TP downlink frequency minus the LNB's LO frequency through the STB's loopout would be helpful?
Now if I could only figure out what I just said.....
Hmm, I certainly don't mean to discourage you from trying But you are definitely in a challenging location.Well that's depressing! And according to the footprints, I would never receive 14W. The furthest west landmass covered is Iceland. You are de-motivating me to get a dish looking east. Any chance of any Ku that you know of east of 61W that might be receivable? Even 30W here is unlikely since its footprint shows as 35dBW with a minimum 270 cm Ku-dish required for the Americas beam. I received it in Toronto, but it seems impossible here.
Good site! Quite similar to PortalEDS.
Good luck happy hunting, I also like messing with fringe reception ive built a fold down wind up tower the wind up part to try and get me more arc."Laboratory" was set up today with an inverted 1.2-metre dish on a second-storey balcony about 12 feet above ground with a universal PLL LNB. Now I am ready to hunt tomorrow in the daylight. I can see down to the eastern horizon (about 3 degrees elevation @ 63 degrees W longitude) so any eastern satellites with a footprint here should be detectable. Tonight I will enter transponders into my receiver in preparation for tomorrow.
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