If your just talking Ku ....Atlantic sats like Telstar 12 and Hispasat , for sure .
Most of the Satellite Footprints for North America don't cover much south of Mexico and if they're borderline you need an enormous dish.
What I would do is go to Lyngsat and start clicking on the coverage maps and see how far south they go , compile a list and we can discuss it here.
For those figuring out the geography Panama is that little narrow territory of land just north of Colombia , and for those not familiar with Colombia it is next to Venezuela on the Northern end of South America.
Galaxy 18 Ku is just borderline in Panama and requires a big dish Satmex 5 and 6 were also good satellites for Central America. From what I could see on the coverage maps C-band is the way to go , plenty C-band on atlantic sats.
Thanks for your response. Here is what I found on Lynsat for C Band only :-
75 No overage shown 71 Seems to be Ku 83 All Ku 84 No coverage shown 87 Seems good 89 No coverage shown 91 Good but need decoder/subscription 93 Possible 95 No coverage 97 No coverage 99 No 101 ok but not many channels of interest
So why dont I try for AMC3 at 87 I can get a BUD locally, what LNB and receiver should I get ?