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Any active Transporters for the satellites on the Ku band side? I can't find anything past 87.0W
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53w 12138 H 3109 is as strong as signal as my receiver can get 
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whole bunch of muxes at 58w 12140 v 30000 12180 v 30000 are 2 of them 
all muxes have a sr of 30000 scrambled feeds  sky mexico. I think 78w has the same muxes
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There's nothing on AMC 16 85.0W KU anymore?
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85w has new York lottery feed 11835 h 3979. color bars at this time
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nY lottery feed at 83w 
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I can't even get a whisper from 53W. I'm in Maryland; am I too far north to catch this bird?
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Found the 85w feed. I thought this sat switch over to KA band? According to lyngsat looks so.

LarryFine. Have you looked at Satbeams site? They show the footprints of all satellites. I'm not how sure how up-to-date their transponder lists are though. Still using Lyngsat.

Anyone else have a good reference for updated transponder list?

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LarryFine. Have you looked at Satbeams site? They show the footprints of all satellites. I'm not how sure how up-to-date their transponder lists are though. Still using Lyngsat.


Thanks for the hint. I went to Satbeams, and their map shows all of Maryland is out of the 53W footprint. Guess I'll have to give up on that one.

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