OK, that tells us they can do it on frequency, but symbol rate would help us track it down,Sorry I was lazy in the previous post and thought you guys would look this up yourselves...
In fact it is. Your guess is completely correct. I can also easily lock a signal with my small 1m dish on transponder 11555 SR34285. It is an encrypted data carrier for Middle East coming from ASTRA 2E not 2G. By the way, with my 1.70 offset dish I've recently been able to lock signal on some of 2E europe transponders like 11856, 11895, 11914,11934 though i'm not so sure of that. Maybe due to a not published side lobe.Geoffrey indeed this could be Astra 2E, that has a Middle East footprint.
And your 11556/11558 would fit one of its transponders, 36 MHz wide centered on 11555.
Thanks for your informaiton.Good morning
Today here in Crete Iraklion I can receive Astra 2 g that never receive in the past 11081 Η 11112 Η 11141 Η 11171 Η 11222 Η 11224 V 11260 V 11261 V
What happened is these in Astra 2G ;[/QUOTE
How many dB does "time of year"account for?Not very likely, could be " time of year " or atmospheric variance, but we all live in hope