HN9000 relocation (how?)

grohgreg

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Aug 21, 2008
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I agree. If you recall, spot beams are what, 400 or so miles in diameter? There are sub-carriers within each spot beam. Don't recall the details, but I think something like 8 sub-carriers per. Individual accounts get assigned to a sub-carrier, and subsequently to an associated gateway server (although I suspect some doubling up in sparsely populated areas). Assuming sub-carriers divide a spotbeam geographically, 50 miles can make a big difference. I really don't see how this can be done without HughesNet cooperation at the NOC end.

//greg//
 

HCI

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In my experience, I have seen a customer move only about 3 miles from the original install and probing would not pass, just from that short of a distance.

And yes for every 1 uplink beam there are 7 download beams for a total of 112 uplink and 784 download.
 

apsc

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Mar 3, 2009
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Florida
Did this guy ever get his system going?? If you got a dapt and squinter and put in your gps location then all you need is someone with a certification to call it in and get the relocation approved. Assuming you know how to use it. I can call it in and get it approved no fso# needed.
 

apsc

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Also can I post some stuff about hughes and P-10 and the contractors handling their work orders without getting banned???
 

apsc

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Mar 3, 2009
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Florida
It's some pretty good stuff!!! I have a lot of years putting in hughes but got screwed out of 8,000 last year and want to air the dirty laundry....lol! I hate Hughes and P-10! There is some shady stuff that has been going on it would definately be a buyer beware story!!
 

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