question avout conus signals

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Anole

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Sep 22, 2005
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ConUS - Continental United States
The entire country.

Spot beamed would be to perhaps a 400 mile diameter circle.
I live in a spotbeam for Dish Network, supplying Los Angeles, California.

Most FTA satellite signals would be aimed to conform to the boundaries of one or more countries.
example: Galaxy 25 @ 97º, on Ku band.

edit: oops, and a tip of the hat to Lak7
I was just too slow looking up a sample map - :)
Galaxy 27 @ 129º does have a Ku spotbeam for Hawaii.
... and one for C-band, too.
 

joem919

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Aug 30, 2007
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so if i set up my new lnb and have it aimed in the carolinas will the locals still be blocked ?
it has l and r and h and v on it
 

Mr Tony

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yes those are scrambled channels so you cant get them

There are only 2 types of spotbeams we worry about in FTA
-the Atlantic satellites where there are "europe" footprint and "us" footrpint
-one C-Band satellite has spotbeams for Alaska and British Columbia
 

vvovv

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I saw that I am learning and not sure myself but on lyngsat web site it says on echostar 5 129
all denver locals are on FTA not scramble and these are HD channels.
I can't confirm this
 

vvovv

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Jul 21, 2008
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They got to be under video encryption it says MPEG-4/HD
The others are different
 
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