Unknown Satellite 75/76E Region

mikefal

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East Sussex Coast,United Kingdom
Can anyone to the east of me recognise these peaks from CrazyScan? It is around the 75/76E region but I can't find any sat listings that match.

Thanks

Mike
 

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hvdh

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TBH I think it's just earth noise, combined with a bit of standing waves on the cable.
And there is no other satellite than ABS-2 within several degrees either, with such frequencies.
 

Lexzie

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ABS 1A positioned on 77.9° (according to Satbeams) has a frequency plan that matches.
11779 and 11839 were used on ABS 2 @ 74.9°
 

hvdh

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Lexzie, coincidentally, a week ago the inclined ABS-1A has left 78.0° East.
Moving west 0.5° per day, at present near 73° East.
The 11823 and 11862 transponders don't match well, also it would be very unusual to keep transponders active during drift.
 

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Where's ABS1 going?
 

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TBH I think it's just earth noise, combined with a bit of standing waves on the cable.
And there is no other satellite than ABS-2 within several degrees either, with such frequencies.
I think hvdh is right. If your sig is correct the elevation would be less than 1°
 
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