Fine tuning 110 question

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What transponder should I be on when fine tuning 110?
 
mikemorin

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I use 11...it usually brings in a pretty high strength when i do my installs i check 119 and 110 on trans. 11.

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Mike
 
ralfyguy

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Does it actually not matter what TP you're peaking on? If one TP is peaked, aren't all the others are peaked too?
 
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well technically yes.

Some are spotbeams so they may be stornger (or weaker) than others

If I try and peak on TP12 (which is a spotbeam), I'll have a high signal on that but low ones on others. But if I peak on a CONUS slot, then the rest fall into place

I'd go for 11 & 14 since both are not on spotbeam and are on opposite polarity
 
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Well yeah I wasn't talking about spotbeams. I meant If I peak one transponder and let's say it peaked at 90, and I check on a different transponder after and it's just 82, means 90 on one and 82 on the other is the max on both. You couldn't go ahead and try to get the 82 TP higher, because that's already as high as it goes right?
 

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