Satellites, Positions & Strong Transponders

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    Ku Band Strong Transponders (Updated: 3/9/2014)
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    (Location)(Name)            (Frequency) (Polarity) (Symbol Rate) (Type)
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    ?30.0°W  (Hispasat 1E/1D)   12172 H 27500 (?)  or 12132 H 27500 (?)
    ?43.0°W  (Intelsat 9/11)    12050 H 23700 (?)
    53.0 °W  (Intelsat 23)      12136 H 3111  (V)
    58.0 °W  (Intelsat 21)      12100 V 30000 (V)  or 12060 V 30000 (V)
    ?61.0°W  (Amazonas 2/3)     12172 H 27500 (?)
    72.0 °W  (AMC 6)            12052 V 6890  (V)
    83.0 °W  (AMC 9)            11840 H 26666 (D)  or 11900 V 30000 (D)
    85.0 °W  (AMC 16)           12195 H 3978  (V)
    87.0 °W  (SES 2)            11737 V 8333  (V)  or 11828 V 10000 (D)
    89.0 °W  (Galaxy 28)        11800 V 26659 (V$) or 12131 V 10370 (V$)
    91.0 °W  (Galaxy 17)        12010 V 11574 (V)  or 11855 V 5000  (D)
    93.0 °W  (Galaxy 25)        11902 H 5900  (V$) or 11896 H 3000  (V$)
    95.0 °W  (Galaxy 3C)        11780 H 20760 (V)  or 12050 H 20000 (V)
    97.0 °W  (Galaxy 19)        11929 V 22000 (V)  or 11967 H 22000 (V)
    99.0 °W  (Galaxy 16)        11721 H 10986 (D)  or 11860 V 30000 (D)
    101.0°W  (SES 1)            11820 H 20000 (V)  or 11895 H 4649  (V$)
    103.0°W  (AMC 1)            11941 V 20000 (V)  or 12145 V 19997 (D)   [Unusual skew]
    105.0°W  (AMC 15)           11856 V 3547  (V$) or 12040 V 30000 (D)
    107.3°W  (Anik F1/F1R)      11933 H 5859  (V)
    111.0°W  (Anik F2)          11770 V 3270  (V)  or 11858 V 6000  (D)
    113.0°W  (SatMex 6)         12080 H 25633 (V)  or 11803 H 17500 (D)
    116.8°W  (SatMex 8)         12176 H 3703  (V)  or 12080 H 28800 (V$)
    118.7°W  (Anik F3)          12186 V 20000 (V$) or 11788 V 20000 (V$)
    121.0°W  (Galaxy 23)        12015 V 20000 (V)  or 12045 V 20000 (V$)
    123.0°W  (Galaxy 18)        11731 H 13240 (V)  or 11776 V 2848  (V)
    125.0°W  (AMC 21)           12120 H 30000 (D)  or 12180 V 30000 (V S2)
    127.0°W  (Galaxy 13)        12131 V 15000 (D)  or 12060 V 30000 (D)
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    KEY: (V -> Video FTA) ($ -> Encrypted) (D -> Data) (S2 -> DVB-S2) 
                          (? -> Unknown / Unverified)
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    Please P.M. Qwert1515 with any additions, comments or updates. Thanks.
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    Archived original thread (By Iceberg): 
    [url=http://www.satelliteguys.us/threads/85225-I-need-a-strong-transponder-to-aim-my-dish]I need a strong transponder to aim my dish[/url]
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    C Band Strong Transponders (Updated: 4/11/2014)
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    (Location)(Name)            (Frequency) (Polarity) (Symbol Rate) (Type)
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     99.0 °W  (Galaxy 16)       4000 H 26400 (V)
    121.0 °W  (Galaxy 23)       3889 H 13020 (V)  or 4192 V 11067 (V$)
    125.0 °W  (Galaxy 14)       3720 H 26666 (V)  or 3760 H 19886 (V)
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    KEY: (V -> Video FTA) ($ -> Encrypted) (D -> Data) (S2 -> DVB-S2) 
                          (? -> Unknown / Unverified)
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    Please P.M. Qwert1515 with any additions, comments or updates. Thanks.
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    Satellite Names (Updated: 3/9/2014)
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    (Location) (Name)          (Previous Satellite or Name)
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    30.0 °W  (Hispasat 1E/1D)
    43.0 °W  (Intelsat 9/11)
    53.0 °W  (Intelsat 23)
    58.0 °W  (Intelsat 21)
    61.0 °W  (Amazonas 2/3)
    72.0 °W  (AMC 6)
    83.0 °W  (AMC 9)
    85.0 °W  (AMC 16)           <- AMC2
    87.0 °W  (SES 2)            <- AMC3
    89.0 °W  (Galaxy 28)        <- IA8   <- T4
    91.0 °W  (Galaxy 17)        <- G11
    93.0 °W  (Galaxy 25)        <- IA6   <- T6  <- G26
    95.0 °W  (Galaxy 3C)
    97.0 °W  (Galaxy 19)        <- G25   <- IA5 <- T5
    99.0 °W  (Galaxy 16)        <- G4
    101.0°W  (SES 1)            <- AMC4
    103.0°W  (AMC 1)
    105.0°W  (AMC 15/18**)
    107.3°W  (Anik F1/F1R)
    111.0°W  (Anik F2)
    113.0°W  (SatMex 6)
    116.8°W  (SatMex 8)         <- SM5
    118.7°W  (Anik F3)
    121.0°W  (Galaxy 23)        <- IA13
    123.0°W  (Galaxy 18)        <- G10
    125.0°W  (AMC 21/G14**)     <- G5
    127.0°W  (Galaxy 13)
    131.0°W  (AMC 11**)
    133.0°W  (Galaxy 15**)      <- G1
    135.0°W  (AMC 10**)
    137.0°W  (AMC 7**)
    139.0°W  (AMC 8**)
    
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    KEY: ** -> C-Band Only
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    Please P.M. Qwert1515 with any additions, comments or updates. Thanks.
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    Archived original thread (By Iceberg): 
    [url=http://www.satelliteguys.us/threads/71402-What-satellite-is-where]What satellite is where?[/url]
    
     
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