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Is luken now on 101 deg sat keep reading about 4180 and me tv?
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Yes, 101, SES 1. METV is on vertical, try horizontal and Luken should pop on with a good strong signal.


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I have luken in with no break up.
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87w 4140 v 29125 
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Are they planning to move from SES 1 to SES 2?

The signal on SES 2 is only 11 dB, compared to 15.6 dB on SES 1.
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Testing again on 87w
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Are they planning to move from SES 1 to SES 2?

The signal on SES 2 is only 11 dB, compared to 15.6 dB on SES 1.


I believe that is the case. Simulcasting until all affilates can make the move to 87W,
Sep 1st should be 87W only...
87W should be easier to Rcv, as it is 3/4 FEC, where 101 W is 5/6 FEC.
Over here I can only get 10.4 dB (1 dB of margin) on 101W,
On 87 W I can get 12.7 dB (nearly 5 dB margin).


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I now have this in did they just change the fec, if they did does anyone know when or if they raised the power?
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changing the fec essentially raises/lowers the power but results in increase/decrease bandwidth available for the services in the mux.
cant really answer your question unless the transponder was being monitored 24/7..if satsignature accepts feature requests maybe someone should ask about daily snapshot history..could be useful.
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