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Kermit

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I have an assortment of 30" dishes on hand not being used. If I mount Ku LNB's on them would I have enough signal to get NBC on SES3 & the ABC News feeds on G17? Living in western Canada near the U.S. border
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The NBC feeds probably not as they are DVB-S2 and 8-psk. You need more dish for them. Would need a dialed in 36" dish or 1.2 meter dish for those. The ABC mux on 91 would probably be doable on a 30" dish. Give it a shot, nothing to lose.
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I live NE Wyoming and have gotten the NBC/Cozi on 103 with a 30" dish, with some imperfections.  Was just a quick test, but was not pixelating or anything.  Would probably be gone in a decent rain though.  Your mileage may vary though due to foot print.

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I'm using a Slimline Directv with ku LNB, I get the NBC mux on SES3 and the ABC feeds on G17. Even with the rains we had a couple of days ago both still came in. I'm in Toledo, Ohio if it helps. So I don't think you'll have a problem pulling them in
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