I am back in the sat viewing!

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I don't know how many people remember my problems that forced me to move and take down my 10 and 12 foot dishes. But anyway with a lot of hard labor clearing some trees I have a Ku dish scanning from 87 to 113.. Not much, but I have a amazon Forrest behind me. Now I can plant one of my c-band dishes seeing I can get Ku through that range. It is a happy day for me.
 

cyberham

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I can relate. I like trees, trees, trees which I have too. But they're the enemies of a fixed pole with a motor. So I'm doing the fixed dish thing for now.

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Comptech

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Well by using the mobile Ku dish I now know ere to plant my 10 foot perforated dish, Should be good until spring and hopefully after. Pole going in this weekend weather permitting.
 
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N5XZS

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Thanks goodness I don't have to worry about big tree arounds here in dry New Mexico. My ranges line of sights roughy goes from 140W*to 58W* give or take on my Ku band world.:)

Still slow going on C band LNBF mini bud project:p
 

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Glad to see you are back at it!
 

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