Discussion in 'Fringe Reception Reports' started by Piltdownpaul, Dec 16, 2012.
11620 V is/was Skylogic (Internet service)
12708 H 2104
lc2 international Benin
LC2 has moved to 11107H 2104 3/4 DVBS2 QPSK
Strong signal even on a drizzly evening here
Not one I've found but pasting this info from another forum:
10996H 2667 DVB-S2 QPSK - refeed of NBC
Apparently been broadcasting a while now and probably will continue for the duration of the Olympics. An easy catch up here on my 1m dish.
quite sure this ones from here ? ghosting ? 12871/6112/H (mali-benin_)
The new transponder 10919 Horizontal 33710 3/5 DVBS-2 8PSK
I was wondering in anyone can receive this in Western Europe? Both Flysat and Lyngsat show it on a Widebeam but I would think looking at the channels it is likely on the Eastern Beam.
Other channels which are on Widebeam are no problem to receive.
Was wondering if anyone had any thoughts???
I receive it here at 54%. sometimes goes to zero and back.
TBS6983 100cm Dish.
According to the frequency plan it cannot be anything else than Wide Beam.
Still I have also no signal, but 8PSK channels are difficult. F.e. I also have no signal on 11006 H.
And at the moment not the best LNB on that dish.
Strange I can get 11006 Horizontal with 12db. That's 8PSK as well and Widebeam
11006H is fine here too 11dB.
My results 1.2 dish
Here's mine on the 1.2m.
I don't know why either. Dish is aligned perfectly (I even checked it this afternoon).
Maybe it's the receiver I use.
This is what I have (TBS5920 on my Xtrend ET10000):
11394 H: 3.9 dB (with high BER)
11488 V: 10.3 dB
11547 V: 10.6 dB
11582 V: 12.0 dB
11585 V: 11.8 dB
11590 V: 9.2 dB
Others none. Also tried 1-2 MHz above and below the frequency.
This is my haul for that range of transponders.I get nothing on.
11582.V 11585 V..
TBS6983 100cm Dish.
Try moving slightly E, you should be able to get 11582, I have to use two positions here for different transponders
Thanks blade got it.
I just entered the transponder into DVBDream It comes in at 84%.
The problem was that my dish has moved a bit.I am always fiddling with the longitude settings.I have 1.2W in dvbdream.1.3 in EBSPro.
I think that that indeed does send the dish 0.1 degree further east when moving the dish with DVBDream.
You have to with fringe most satellites have a slight drift that little bit is a lot and dish tweaking is a must
I use a positioner with remote control, this way I can tweak without going into any settings
Here is my BS with my 2.1m. I noticed that the signal during morning hours is around 1-1.2 dB lower than evening.
10919 comes in my system @ 8.7db right now.
just for info, Signal strength received from France:
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