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Discussion in 'Free To Air (FTA) Discussion' started by towerdude, Dec 26, 2018.
Just got this via email......
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Can't wait to get home and see if I can lock this mux on my dish.
Well hopefully NC the 113W C band transponders are hotter than the KU band transponders are...Reuters is always rather weak here in NM.
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I'll be able to let you know shortly
So far, I can't catch there signal. Some gets it, let me know what to punch in......3920 V ?
3920 V 30000
Specs in this thread: https://www.satelliteguys.us/xen/threads/retro-mux-dec-31st-permanent-move-to-113-w-eutelsat-113-west-a.380046/
Can we get a list going of who can receive this new mux and how large your dish is that is receiving it?
113W is my due south bird but never been a strong one here in Montana. I'm using a 10' perforated CM with an ortho feed with Norsat PLLs.
What's your signal quality on the new Luken mux?
-41.0 dBm 10.6 C/N on the AI TurboS2 Shows 69% on the STB
Old SatAV Microhd receiver, 7.5ft SAMI dish in mid-Michigan with Titanium C1-PLL lnbf. I have a 90% signal, and 72% quality level on this mux.
Zack from East Texas, 98 signal, 98 quality.
Linkbox 9000i with the Titanium ASC-1 . I am using a Norsat 5??? LNB on a twenty five year old 10 foot mesh dish.
Steady 100 percent here in Rio Rancho, NM on my 10 ft dish.
The signal fluctuates a little on 7.5 dish. Signals in 80s.
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I'm about 200 miles west of you. I get no signal on that transponder using my 10 foot Winegard. I get 55 other channels fine on 113 W. I receive the Luken mux with a 74 signal level on 87 W. I will miss it next month.
Sounds like we can deduce that 113's strongest footprint is the central and southwest US?
Eutelsat's coverage map shows 3 different C-band footprints. I think we are on "C Band 1" here in the CONUS but I'm not sure..
You are correct, it is apparently on C1 - based on the frequency plan info on http://frequencyplansatellites.altervista.org/SatMex/Satmex_6.pdf .
The Luken transponder is on the CONUS beam, which has its strongest coverage on the Gulf states, and lowest on the northern US states and barely into Canada. That explains why it's not so strong in Montana. This said, I get a rather strong signal here in Connecticut (75% quality on my Amiko miniHDre).
The Eutelsat maps put me in the 42dBW footprint (I think) for SE Kansas. Not as strong as the bubble over the Gulf states, but I'm still hoping for a miracle on my 1.2m dish
113w I can get some channels on that satellite. Numb try to get that satellite see what you come up with.
Hoping to try on Saturday