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Hockeynut

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Been checking out the new bird and have found several signals and a feed.This lit up and not sure what it is just yet.

11759 V 30K S2

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1.2 Ch Masters parked at 91,103,105...1.2 Ch Master on a factory Ch Master polar mount tracking from 58-127.
Positioners--Gbox,Vbox and ASC1`s
Receivers--AZMe,AZPlus,AZElite,Icecrypt S1600 HD,Pansat 9500,VU Solo2 SE,Octagon SF4008 UHD 4K,Prof 7500,TBS 6982.

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Might wanna check it with TSReader, see if ya see any MACs in there.
Looks like it may be data with a LONG frame, which the Prof 7500 apparently can lock, despite being ACM/VCM??


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Home Brew Polarotor683 Servo circuit. Openbox S9, Prof7500, v4l-updatelee linux drivers installed.
ricardo's geo-orbit archive: https://web.archive.org/web/20071202191450/http://www.geo-orbit.org:80/sizepgs/tuningp2.html

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same story on the other one next to it.
Just hasn't been lit up with an active PID yet?

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Home Brew Polarotor683 Servo circuit. Openbox S9, Prof7500, v4l-updatelee linux drivers installed.
ricardo's geo-orbit archive: https://web.archive.org/web/20071202191450/http://www.geo-orbit.org:80/sizepgs/tuningp2.html

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Not ACM/VCM majortom.Another CCM signal just popped up.

11799 V 30K S2

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Dish`s--10' KTI,10' Button Hook,10' Unimesh x2, 12' Cosmos,8 1/2 foot Birdview in the works.
1.2 Ch Masters parked at 91,103,105...1.2 Ch Master on a factory Ch Master polar mount tracking from 58-127.
Positioners--Gbox,Vbox and ASC1`s
Receivers--AZMe,AZPlus,AZElite,Icecrypt S1600 HD,Pansat 9500,VU Solo2 SE,Octagon SF4008 UHD 4K,Prof 7500,TBS 6982.

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didn''t see any MACs in the first one either BTW.
There is data there though when I was lookin for sure.
So not sure what it is either.

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Home Brew Polarotor683 Servo circuit. Openbox S9, Prof7500, v4l-updatelee linux drivers installed.
ricardo's geo-orbit archive: https://web.archive.org/web/20071202191450/http://www.geo-orbit.org:80/sizepgs/tuningp2.html
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So what orbital position is this one at please?
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So what orbital position is this one at please?

72W

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I'm showing ACM/VCM and Transport Stream on both muxes.
AOL Service.
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$012d is causing tsreader to crash when viewing in IP mode

prof7500 is showing acm/vcm here also..not sure why it can hold the lock either?
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tsreader didn't crash here when I was looking at a ts dump in file loop mode, via wine.
but didn't see any MAC addys showing up either.
Another device I have using the montage m88ds3103 demod locks it also.
And it's not supposed to be capable of ACM/VCM either.
Is it possible since no modcods are changing, it's OK on these devices?
Soon as they start changing modcods someday, would make it go nutso?

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Home Brew Polarotor683 Servo circuit. Openbox S9, Prof7500, v4l-updatelee linux drivers installed.
ricardo's geo-orbit archive: https://web.archive.org/web/20071202191450/http://www.geo-orbit.org:80/sizepgs/tuningp2.html

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photoman, I see the AOL service identified too.

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Home Brew Polarotor683 Servo circuit. Openbox S9, Prof7500, v4l-updatelee linux drivers installed.
ricardo's geo-orbit archive: https://web.archive.org/web/20071202191450/http://www.geo-orbit.org:80/sizepgs/tuningp2.html

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I thought AMC 3 was bought by Global Eagle to supply in-flight services to airlines:

http://spacenews.com/global-eagles-mystery-satellite-purchase-is-sess-amc-3/

Doesn't look like a hot FTA prospect.
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That last paragraph from the link....Possibly why I found these here in post # 12?

https://rickcaylor.websitetoolbox.com/post/sunday-schedulefeeds-for-21217-8410910?trail=15

Thanks for the link pendragon.

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Dish`s--10' KTI,10' Button Hook,10' Unimesh x2, 12' Cosmos,8 1/2 foot Birdview in the works.
1.2 Ch Masters parked at 91,103,105...1.2 Ch Master on a factory Ch Master polar mount tracking from 58-127.
Positioners--Gbox,Vbox and ASC1`s
Receivers--AZMe,AZPlus,AZElite,Icecrypt S1600 HD,Pansat 9500,VU Solo2 SE,Octagon SF4008 UHD 4K,Prof 7500,TBS 6982.

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I wasn't aware that AMC-3 was in inclined orbit at 72°W. Has this been the case since the satellite was moved to that location?
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I wasn't aware that AMC-3 was in inclined orbit at 72°W. Has this been the case since the satellite was moved to that location?


It was probably not inclined when they first moved it there.
Apparently they are not doing any station keeping so inclination will increase with time.
It's currently at 0.128 degrees inclined.
Geo satellites seem to be 0.05 degrees or less inclined.
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