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image.jpg Lyngesat doesn't list it. Viasat Nature 3722 L 1837 3/4 8psk
 
Captain Jack

Captain Jack

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My Location
North Somerset
Annoying - I can see this TP on my sat card with good strength but it's not registering on the Vu+ Uno. Must be the low SR that's keeping it at bay.
 
zorbua

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My Satellite Setup
Dreambox 8000 HD
Dreambox 800se
Dreambox 900UHD
Clark Tech 5000 HD
Numerous other receivers (Retired)
Dish Gibertini 1.5 M
Dishes Gibertini 1.2 x2
Dish Gibertini 1 M
My Location
Malta
Same here Jack no lock at all on DB 8000. I have been experimenting with C Band these last days and it's rather confusing to say the least with a 1.5 m Dish.
I can receive from 34.5 W right up to 49E (that's the limit Eastwards the Dish can travel at the moment.)

The funny thing is that at 5W the only TP I can pick up is 3727 R 29950 7/8 and although the signal is not bad (42Snr) the picture is rather erratic.
 
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Thought I would share this:-

3630 r 3255 2/3
3647 r 2170 3/4
3722 L 1837 3/4 8psk
3727 R 29950 7/8
3743 L 2785 5/6
4110 L 2141 5/6 Qpsk
4113 L 2142 5/6
4124 L 3572 7/8
4154 L 2289 7/8
4157 L 1793 7/8
4160 L 1943 7/8

Tm5302 brings them all in but my vu duo does struggle with some of them.

My BSC-421 lnb bought them all in on a blind scan but my C1-PLL titanium only brings in two thirds of the list.
 
aceb

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My Satellite Setup
Prof Tuner 7301 /
1.25m Gibertini + Inverto B.Ultra/C1W, Moteck H180, 68.5E-67W Ku/C-Band /
1.8m Precision PF + ESX241/Inverto Black Pro, 66E-63W Ku/C-band /
2.4m Fortec Star+Titanium C1W/Pride plate, 49E-58W
My Location
Sussex
In my tests of the C1W I've found them to be much more fussy on the positioning of the dielectric plate compared to my ESX241. In a straight swap the C1W can achieve a slightly better SNR but the plate has to be aligned more carefully. I've also noted the horizontal axis has 0.3dB better performance than the vertical side of the LNB.

Did you compare results with both LNBs at the focal point or by swapping plates on your avatar setup?
 
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I will be tweaking them when the weather improves. I found the vu duo to like the c1 over the BSC. My tm5302 is the opposite.

I did find the same as you on the horizontal is by far better than the vertical.

My lnb's are + & - 7 degrees as pictured.
From the prime spot.
 
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