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For those trying to locate this bird and have been unable to due to the relatively low signal of the GCI mux, there are 4 other channels that are stronger and do not appear to be bleed over from 117w

4123 H 4800 NUEVO LEON

4109 H 9600 CANAL ONCE HD

4034 H 7500 CNT ECUADOR

4113 V 6400 CANAL JUDICIAL


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Thank you Jimmypop.
Anyone in southwest FL receiving 115W ??
(We are supposedly inside the 39dBW contour line of the footprint.)
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For those trying to locate this bird and have been unable to due to the relatively low signal of the GCI mux, there are 4 other channels that are stronger and do not appear to be bleed over from 117w

4123 H 4800 NUEVO LEON

4109 H 9600 CANAL ONCE HD

4034 H 7500 CNT ECUADOR

4113 V 6400 CANAL JUDICIAL



Greetings
4123 H 4800 is the lowest
others enter like a stone

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C-Ku 139-40.5  10ft

& ku 127-12.5 1.2HH

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Wow, you can lock 115W all the way in PR? What about the GCI mux? Anything?
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Wow, you can lock 115W all the way in PR? What about the GCI mux? Anything?


AMC 8 139.0?
no, only until 135.0, the cord135.0 to 12.5 is captured. At latitude 18.1, longitude 68.9 139.0 we are left on the sea. It captured 137.0 years ago before it was turned off, Alazka mux. also

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I just pulled a scan on this Sat and found a few more than what Jimmypop listed.

3586-V-4161 S2 Data ? stout signal but no channels scan.
3779-V-30000 S2 GCI mux
3845-H-2399 S2
3849-H-3227 DVBS
4130-H-3607 DVBS

all 3 of the H transponders above are about the weakest on this Sat for all that has been posted, but still decent signal with a solid lock an steady video when viewing these channels.
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AMC 8 139.0?


No, GCI moved to 115W / 3780V
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