Beati pacifici 5:9
- Apr 8, 2004
I have a 105 superdish. My locals have been moved from transponder 5 on the 105 to a spotbeam, transponder 7 on 119. My signal on the 105 was at best 87. Today before doing anything the signal was at 85 on 105 and the signal on 119 spotbeam transponder 7 was bouncing from 123 to 125. I realigned the dish for the spotbeam on 119 and now have a solid 125. jfi 105 transponder 5 is now at 83. I did not change the skew only elevation and azimuth. In my opinion if your superdish was previously aligned correctly it's not worth messing with. Scott indicated this in a previous posters thread. P.S. Being a hard head had see for myself. Last thing, durring the 3 years I have been using my superdish I have realigned the dish a bunch of times alway using the 105 position transponder 5 to maximiize that week signal.