How To Find Spotbeams For Locals

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  1. az99

    az99 Topic Starter SatelliteGuys Pro

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    Is there any way to find the areas of the spot beams for locals now that The List is gone?
     
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    try lyngsat.com look up EchoStar 16 and Nimiq 5 if you are pointing at the eastern arc.
     
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    There is a way to get to the old SatGuys spot beam maps, but use caution since they haven't been updated in quite awhile.

    Click on this link: SatelliteGuys.US_TheList - dishnetworkmarkets

    Select the state and DMA desired.

    Click on the "Beam" listing for the station or sat desired.

    The map graphic will come up blank.

    Right click in the blank area and select "Copy image address" (Chrome), "Copy Image Location" (Firefox), or whatever your browser's equivalent is.

    Paste the copied link into a new tab or window's address bar and change "thelist" in the link to "retired".

    Hit "Enter" and there you go...
     
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    az99 Topic Starter SatelliteGuys Pro

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    That is what I was looking for. Thank You very much NYDutch. I am a FlaDutch.
     
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