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Has Viasat Ticket changed transponders ?

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ViperSan

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Ive just been flicking through the channel list for Sirius at 5deg E....and found that I am receiving nothing from Viasat Ticket on 11804 H ...
Can anyone confirm if Viasat Ticket has gone...
or do I need to run a level 3 diagnostic on my equipment..
17.37 pm GMT
Thanx
ViperSan
 

2old4this

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according to Lyngsat it's still there...
http://www.lyngsat.com/dig/viasat.shtml

Suggest increasing power to structural integrity
er, or something.
 
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ViperSan

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Thanx 2old
...but Lyngsat was the first place I looked...I know they say its still there but something must have changed...
I could never get the vertical signals from Sirius...(being on the edge of its footprint)....but the Horizontal transponders have never been a problem for my 1.8 mtr dish..
I can still receive all other horizontal channels (strength 39 00 cf on dvb2000 tuner menu)...but Ticket has literally vanished.
No signal at all from this transponder..
I doubt its a question of power reduction...in the complete abscence of anything.Im guessing transponder failure...channel relocation....or quite simply Viasat have turned it off..
Anyways...Im off 2 realign the Warp Coils and adjust the Nassells power matrix..
cya
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Just checked Viasat 11804 H Viasat Ticket - and its OK
maybe they stopped transmitting for a few hours due to technical reasons
 
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ViperSan

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Thanx for taking a look aseman ...
I managed to get it back...very briefly at around 7.30pm gmt..
but with heavy pixelation...sadly its gone again now..
all other Horizontal channels seem ok...
In fact if anything stronger than usual..
Maybe its just weird signal propagation conditions...or possibly Viasat are playing with spot beam or power for this transponder..
ViperSan