Maybe Dish can help out us G10 people

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well...I just checked the bible of updates (Lyngsat) and noticed that Dish cleaned off TP 1 on 121 (there were locals on there and they moved to 110)

TP1 as most of us know is the reason why the G10 TP with WNGS, KWWF, Retro Jams and others is so low (cross interference)

Here's hoping they shut off that TP soon (highly doubt it, but can wish) :)
 
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Hope you're right ICE, my gut feel is that they are cleaning up to bring other stuff there instead.
 
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Sorry Ice.... 11724V w/ 20000 SR is still live with content. TSReader shows 5 nagravision channels. E* may have remapped them to 110 but they didn't remove them. I'm sure once all the moves are complete they might kill the content on the TP's at 121 but if I were a satellite provider I definately wouldn't let any of my licensed TP's go idle if I could help it.
 
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iafirebuff said:
How bad is the interference? THose are the stations I am hoping to watch :)

Larry :)

For me, they are (almost) always consistently at 49% on my Fortec Ultra. That's good enough for any time it's not heavily raining with a 31" dish. That's compared to their other TP, which can range from 60% to 79% depending on the day.

From my experience here in Minnesota, the "weak" TP is receivable with a little tweaking, but it may take some patience :)
 
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Iceberg said:
TP1 as most of us know is the reason why the G10 TP with WNGS, KWWF, Retro Jams and others is so low (cross interference)

Just wondered how the intended receivers of these signals deal with this. Is this not a problem because the much larger dishes that they use are more directional?
 
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The intended people use larger dishes....probably 10 footers for sure (probably bigger)
 
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digiblur said:
Sorry Ice.... 11724V w/ 20000 SR is still live with content. TSReader shows 5 nagravision channels. E* may have remapped them to 110 but they didn't remove them. I'm sure once all the moves are complete they might kill the content on the TP's at 121 but if I were a satellite provider I definately wouldn't let any of my licensed TP's go idle if I could help it.

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I know there are still remnants of channels there (I did scan that TP and got 5 channels...all scrambled) and I know they won't turn off a TP....but it was worth throwing out there :)
 
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90cm does work for that tp pretty good
 
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