Questions about Transponders

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tico01

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Hi guys, I have a question, in a lot of satellites, some of the channels listed cannot be found, to give you and example on NSS 806 there iare two channels I want to be able to watch, those are :

3695 L
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CBC Canal 6
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DVB2963-3/4 1 - 330-0 34 SpHemi F


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3637 L
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Maya TV
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DVB2963-3/4 308 309 Sp HemiDX



for whatever reason when I enter the 3695 and the 2963, or 3637 - 2963 they won't display. Do I have to do anythihg else to be able to watch them or the links are just inaccurate, I am able to watch other channels in the satellite so my lnbf is compatible with circular polarity I guess ( I just got a new one it is a dual polarity, the one that changes polarity using the voltage on the coax cable). Please help!

Thank you

Tico
 
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Those are C-band channels. Is your equipment C-band compatible?

You will find you cant receive some channels because satellites have various "footprints" - trabnsmission coverage areas, and some sats have more than one footprint. The signals on some beams will be too weak to be received without a bigger dish.
 
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have a "perfect 10" dish ( 10 feet)and I am able to see any channel available on C band ( no the ones encrypted of course). But those two cannot be found, HELP!!!!!
 
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Those frequencies are circular polarised, is your system capable of seeing them?

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