• Nothing special from 93.5E since my last visit(#27-above).I'm glad though that I'm still receiving(almost completely) G-Sat in C-band with 1.50m antenna without any problems,on some frequencies with really good signal.Even if I use a lnb that is recommended anti-interference-MediaStar 5G),some of the band,

    up to 3800 MHz,is touched by them :79:

    7 antennas,including 2 of 150cm,one T90 with 16 lnbs
    lnb:Inverto Black Ultra with scalar rings and many Ku lnbs,
    C-band LNB:ESX241,Galaxy Inovations,EuroStar,MTI 20K,NS741U C/Ku,Inverto Single C-band Flange,lnb Chaparral Servo Motor & Skew Control
    LNB Ka:R9216DF XWM,Hughes FSS 19.7-20.2 GHz,
    6 satellite receivers,2 Meters,
    7 PC cards(tbs6983,6903,6590,6522,6209,2603,6909X,6903X,6504),3 tuners usb-tbs5927,tbs5925 & SkyStar USB 2 HD,
    Satellite reception between 100.5E-50.0W,
    Loc:Romania :3:

  • New.

    4087 V 1000 3/4 DVB/S2 8PSK

    Not sure if feed or regular TV:25:

    TP is OFF

    Famaval 3100 - DMX 13K (C)
    Laminas 2700 - Inverto Black Ultra (KU)
    Openbox X-810 ,Openbox SX6, TBS 6983

    51.7N/18.3E Kalisz (POLAND)

  • New scan.

    Helyszín: Nádudvar, magyar.

    ECHOSTAR X-12 3,8 m hálós antenna.
    2.4.x2.7.m Laminas.
    2,2 méteres fókusz.
    1.8.x2.0.m Északi műhold NSC 18-1
    1,8 m elsődleges fókuszban Dyras.
    C, Ku sáv 95.0Kelet-55.5West.

  • Reception with Mediastar 5G filter LNB and 1.50m antenna. Luckily this LNB has a Noise Figure of 15°K.

    I scanned with 6983 and 6902se cards.

    This time I also scanned with neumoDVB under Linux with a 6903x card.

    7 antennas,including 2 of 150cm,one T90 with 16 lnbs
    lnb:Inverto Black Ultra with scalar rings and many Ku lnbs,
    C-band LNB:ESX241,Galaxy Inovations,EuroStar,MTI 20K,NS741U C/Ku,Inverto Single C-band Flange,lnb Chaparral Servo Motor & Skew Control
    LNB Ka:R9216DF XWM,Hughes FSS 19.7-20.2 GHz,
    6 satellite receivers,2 Meters,
    7 PC cards(tbs6983,6903,6590,6522,6209,2603,6909X,6903X,6504),3 tuners usb-tbs5927,tbs5925 & SkyStar USB 2 HD,
    Satellite reception between 100.5E-50.0W,
    Loc:Romania :3:

  • The test I am doing this time at 93.5E in C-band is with lnb Titanium C-138, 5G Red 1, 3.8-4.2GHz band, NF 15° with an interference elimination filter.

    The only noticeable difference between this Titanium 5G and Mediastar 5G, used last year at 93.5E(above), is the bandwidth, which in the former is between 3.8GHz and 4.2GHz in the latter is 3.7GHz to 4.2GHz.

    I would say, though, that the spectrum is cleaner on the Titanium C-138 and works better subliminally.

    But I'll have to see to what extent and how the frequencies at the beginning of the band (3800-3830) will be found and how they look because the signal drops off steeply, like on Mediastar.

    If there is interference, it doesn't appear on the analyzer, but I get the impression that the useful signal attenuation occurs at the band's beginning. This is best seen on IQmonitor.

    Otherwise, thank goodness, you can still receive G-Sat 17 well, like last year. If I consider that I use a 1.50 m antenna in an environment with massive interference, then I would say that, so far, this C-band position gives the best results at the eastern end of the arc(Elevation-2.68°) in my area.

    So, G-Sat 17's C-band reception is extraordinary compared to the Ku-band(G-Sat 15) reception.

    I should also add that I used the 6909x card for a reception with neumoDVB (Ubuntu) at 93.5E, with results similar to 6983 with Crazyscan.

    7 antennas,including 2 of 150cm,one T90 with 16 lnbs
    lnb:Inverto Black Ultra with scalar rings and many Ku lnbs,
    C-band LNB:ESX241,Galaxy Inovations,EuroStar,MTI 20K,NS741U C/Ku,Inverto Single C-band Flange,lnb Chaparral Servo Motor & Skew Control
    LNB Ka:R9216DF XWM,Hughes FSS 19.7-20.2 GHz,
    6 satellite receivers,2 Meters,
    7 PC cards(tbs6983,6903,6590,6522,6209,2603,6909X,6903X,6504),3 tuners usb-tbs5927,tbs5925 & SkyStar USB 2 HD,
    Satellite reception between 100.5E-50.0W,
    Loc:Romania :3:

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