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jdcpa

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On the 10' the RS-1933 found 1 hispanic service 4124H4799 2/3 S2-8PSK 49/51/49 with quality barely enough to lock, yet intensity 90%, more than I'm used to seeing anywhere. Dish position @4912 is 13 clicks west of 4899 prediction for 115W. 121W is @4935. 105W is @4841. Current 4124 program is some kind of sports discussion and a desk sign "AL AIRE", with time and temp where a logo usually appears lower right.
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12' found a 3 channel mux @3780V, 2 encrypted, 1 ITC: RT Nocias, whatever that is, some kind of CJK sports.

Farther east I got 4110H, some kind of outdoorsy CJK with little kids and string background music.

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12' found a 3 channel mux @3780V, 2 encrypted, 1 ITC: RT Nocias, whatever that is, some kind of CJK sports.

Farther east I got 4110H, some kind of outdoorsy CJK with little kids and string background music.


that's not right sat
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H 4110 is canal once in top right hand corner
H 4129 has a colored 10 in top right hand corner
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H 4110 is canal once in top right hand corner
H 4129 has a colored 10 in top right hand corner

Thx Mike. [smile]

4110 Canal I can get fairly well on 12'. Still no luck finding anything on 10'. Weather has been heavily overcast and stormy today, so need to try again when that impediment is absent. The 10' might be due for a re-tweak too.

Did you mean 4124 as you wrote in #59 rather than 4129? If so, what is the pol and SR on 4129?

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4129 H 3507
4124 H 4798
4110 H 9599
are up right now that I get 9:05pm Florida time
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its hard to tell but that's what I get.. 4124 has a UANL vs TEC MTY college football live 
channel 14
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With RS-1933 on the 12' and regional cloud cover and t-storms still rather heavy, I get no evidence of anything on 3780V, or anything anywhere on V with a full scan. The 4124H football game while it lasted and 4129H DW were coming in clean visually, but only around 60Q with intensity 90. 4035H CNT is also clean, but with wider Q variation bouncing all over between 21 and 58. 4110H Canal Once is clearly strongest with a fairly steady 71Q. Scanning H produced SR3609 on 4129.

Back closer to topic, where has CBS ever been seen @115W?

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think is there on the alaska mux, but can't tell from here (west coast footprint)...
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The GCI Alaska Mux on Eutelsat 115 currently has the following channels.
Eutelsat 115
3778 V 30000
DVB-S2 8psk
5/6 FEC
Pilot Off

1  501  NBC
2  502  FOX
3  503 KYES My TV
5  505 CBS HD
6  506 ABC
7  507 This TV
8  508  360 North HD
101  601 History
102  602 USA
103  603 ESPN
104  604 ESPN2
105  605 TNT
106  606 Discovery
107  607 HLN
108  608 HGTV
109  609 TBS
1001  701 Alaska PBS
1002  702 Alaska PBS
1003  703 UAF TV FNX
1004  704 ESPN2
1005  705 PowerVu encrypted
1006  706 PowerVu encrypted
1007  707 PowerVu encrypted
1008  708 PowerVu encrypted
1009  709 TBS
1010  710 Alaska PBS

GCI has encrypted the entire mux in the past.
It appears that they have added the channels from the ARCS mux that is still on AMC 8.
I expect that the entire mux could be encrypted in the near future.
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