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majortom

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thanks makitaman,
yeah I looked at satsignature and could tell 12080 was ~ 2 dB stronger than it has been.
Meaning only 3 dB down now from the main NBC muxes, previously was ~ 5 dB down per satsignature.
Tuning the signal on the Primestar 84e Antenna, and sure enough, exactly 2 dB better SNR than I had been reporting.

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Signal is really weak tonight, (11 pm PDT).
Only 5 dB and no lock on my new 120cm Patriot.
The other NBC muxes are 14.8 dB.

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Now back up to 10.1 dB and locked again at 11:30 pm PDT.
The signal slowly increased in strength.
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Yeah looks like it is back to being ~ 5 to 6 dB down from the main NBC Muxes.
So guessing it will be back to being problematic for some, based on ur result on a 1.2m
and my result on the primestar antenna (10.4 dB now).



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Now up to 13.2 dB.  I wonder why this mux fluctuates so much?
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Might have something to do with the solar outages and needing to increase the link budget temporarily.  Fact of the matter is as we all know those channels are not meant for the hobbyist and in radio as well as satellite communications the rule of thumb is to use the minimal amount of power with a small 'excess' to account for atmospherics.  The downlinkers are using a lot bigger dishes than we are so they can get away with a lot less power with the transponders.
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Fortec Star 1.2m offset - quad output LNBF - a STAB 120 and SF4008.
Quad shield RG6 about 45 feet long.
I'm in Phoenix AZ
It is 1909z and this is what I get:

11760 @ 14.5db
11880 @ 14.2db
11940 @ 14.8db
12079 @ 11.8db

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Maybe they turn down the power on the NC transponder when they temporarily need power for other transponders, e.g. SNF, then turn it back up afterwards.
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see no difference here or on satsignature.
same 10.4 dB as the other day. Likin the sunoutage theory..

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I like Captain Kurtz's theory.  Don't think solar outages are the reason since this thread has been going for many months and solar outages last about 10 minutes a day for less than 2-weeks.  Fall outages are basically done for US and Canada.  
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 11760 Here in NC.  1.2 Ch Master polar mount using Invacom qph-031.   15.5 db`s



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