First destination for my 1m new fta dish...SES2 and LPB.

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    Should be strong with that dish. I currently have a 31" dish and am hitting the LPB's at around 70 pct quality on the Geosat 3500. Let us know what kinda quality you get. I am curious to see how much better pct I will get going from my 31" to my 39". Also which model did you buy? I bought my 39" off Electoria site.
     
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    LPB is 85% SNR on my 76 cm Winegard.
     
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    My signal has been going up as high as 80 or so at night but during day in the 60's.
     
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    I will definitely keep you posted as to the results. Its a project I will be working on over the next month or two.

    Its a SatTracker 39" dish with a single output LNB and a GTMedia receiver. I am going to mount it so if I ever decide to go to OrbyTV, it will be easily repositioned.
     
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    My mistake, it’s. A Sat Maximum dish.
     

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