Rumble TV / Ammerican Horror 97w (1 Viewer)

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This is in the FTA section because

97w
3933 V 3334 3/4 S2/8PSK

Now has banner showing

Rumble Television Network
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Affiliates interested in carrying our stations please contact me.
We are also interested in reception reports from anyone receiving our
signal from the G-19 satellite. Let us know where you are and what size of dish you are using.
Please also feel free to ask us any other questions you may have.


Contact me at: info@rumbletv.net


Peter Fairlie, Chief Engineer
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They are aware of the back yard dish owners who can view their signal, that is why they put in anyone able to view their signal.
 

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dfecarter

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kind of interested in checking out the caliber of their programming on horror tv, btw the signal strength a few weeks ago was a little shaky for the 2 chs.
 

Rumble TV

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Hello all,

I just want to thank everyone for all of the feedback we've been receiving in regards to our 2 new networks. The networks Rumble TV and American Horror Classics will be launching in mid to late October. The networks will be terrestrial diginets, and the G19 feeds to station head-ends will stay in the clear. I'm interested in knowing how well your receiving us and what size antenna you're using. Any signal reports are appreciated as we are still tuning the signal.

Best regards,
Peter Fairlie
 

iBoston

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I am happy to here you are staying in the clear. Looking forward to more than the catchy loop. You are one of the weakest transponders on that bird. But, with that being said, I do not have any problem locking the signal on my 10' mesh dish. I'll have to check it in poor weather conditions and see if i can still reliably lock the signal.

91w is top of arc for me, so, 97w is easy to pick up. Curious how the West / East coast people are fairing.
 

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Hi Peter.

10' mesh dish and located in the U.P. of Michigan. Your not the strongest transponder on the bird but a good solid lock with no dropouts rain or shine nevertheless.
 

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From 49N 97W, 10' dish:

Galaxy 19 97.0W 2630: 3933 Vertical 3332.787 8PSK 3/4 DVB-S2 ON 0.20 Normal CCM 7.427 3.999 s/n11.6 -27 MIS: 0, BER: 0.0000000, 2017-10-01 8:51:19 AM
 

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Hello all,

I just want to thank everyone for all of the feedback we've been receiving in regards to our 2 new networks. The networks Rumble TV and American Horror Classics will be launching in mid to late October. The networks will be terrestrial diginets, and the G19 feeds to station head-ends will stay in the clear. I'm interested in knowing how well your receiving us and what size antenna you're using. Any signal reports are appreciated as we are still tuning the signal.

Best regards,
Peter Fairlie
Hello all,

I just want to thank everyone for all of the feedback we've been receiving in regards to our 2 new networks. The networks Rumble TV and American Horror Classics will be launching in mid to late October. The networks will be terrestrial diginets, and the G19 feeds to station head-ends will stay in the clear. I'm interested in knowing how well your receiving us and what size antenna you're using. Any signal reports are appreciated as we are still tuning the signal.

Best regards,
Peter Fairlie


I am in So. CT and can no longer receive any signal from tp 3933V on 97W, earlier in the summer I was able to.
My dish is an 8'unimesh .
 

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Here on Cape Cod I received both Rumble and American Horror Classics with a signal quality between 20-35%...low, but watchable with no breakups.
About a month ago I stopped receiving this signal. It's now just a flickering 10% quality and not enough to render a picture or sound.
All else for me on 97W comes in great.
 

olliec420

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In Pensacola with 7.5” mesh at 69% on Rumble

Very cool you guy are staying FTA. With the cable mass exodus in full force, maybe more operators will follow!
 

Rumble TV

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Sep 30, 2017
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Atlanta GA
Hello all,

Thank you for your feedback, its been a great help. One month ago Intelsat advised us that our uplink was interfering with adjacent G-16. This is why the power was reduced. The teleport has reworked the antenna and today we have increased power once again. Please check your signal and let me know if you see any improvements.

Regards,
Peter
 

Rumble TV

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We increased power by 50%. Let me know if you can now receive us .... Thanks.

Here on Cape Cod I received both Rumble and American Horror Classics with a signal quality between 20-35%...low, but watchable with no breakups.
About a month ago I stopped receiving this signal. It's now just a flickering 10% quality and not enough to render a picture or sound.
All else for me on 97W comes in great.
 

bpalone

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From NE Wyoming, 10 ft dish, Amiko A3 receiver: Bouncing from 42 to 65 Q. Hanging mostly around 50 on the Q.
 

. Raine

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I tried again today because the weather's been bad the last few days and I got it coming in today. Q is jumping between 39 and 46 but not breaking up. This is on my 9' dish, I'm in northeastern Ct.
 
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