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    Suedschwede Setup

    > 1x 2.7m Laminas 76.5Ost - 47.5West mit 7-fach LNB Wechsler

    > 1x KU-Band mit Bullseye BE01, 2x C-Band mit Kaonsat KS-N201G 13K

    > 3x T90 mit 32 LNB 52.0Ost - 30.0West

    > 2x AX HD51 4k

    > 2x SF 8008 Twin

    > 1x SF 8008 Mini

    > 1x SX 88 V2 Dual

    > 1x Edision Os Mio 4k

    > 1x OpenboxSX6

  • Thank you for your report Suedschwede! Great!

    Just for fun at my place:

    12653 V 35007 2/3 - aprox 10.0dB less signal, according different setup/place in comparison to Suedschwede:72:

    PS: I had much weaker signal today in complete spectrum (as in my last scan here).

    qwer setup

    Location: Rastatt, Germany

    C-band: 55.5°West-68.5°East ORBITRON O-16 (4,9m)

    X-band: 17.8°W-60.2°E KATHREIN CAS 120 (1,2m)

    Ku-band: 61.0°West-80.0°East KATHREIN CAS 23 (2,2m)

    Ka-band A/B/C/D: 30.0°W-75.0°E KATHREIN CAS 018 (1,8m)

    Ka-band band A 2x KATHREIN CAS 120 fix on 19.2°E and 42.0°E

    Ku-band LNB: Invacom SNF-031, Inverto Single Flange

    C-band LNBs: Kaonsat, C-Panorama 13K, Norsat 8000RI C-DRO, BrasilSat LNBF AP30 PLL

    Ka-Band LNBs: Inverto Twin WHITE Ka Circular Dual Polarity LNB (flange), Inverto IDLK-SINL20-KAKU-OPP,MCL-KP04, Norsat 9000HX-O3B-BN, Orbital LNB1825F-1000D-WF55

    X-band LNB: Norsat X1000HAF

    Feeds: Invacom ADF_10 + 2 rings, XMW Ka-band Feed FD9000K

    Waveguide Polariser: AV-COMM

    Tuner: TBS 6925, TBS 6903, TBS 6903X, TBS 6522

    >qwer setup

  • Southern beam from ABS2. At good weather and time also receivable BFBS mux on 12730H. Thks that they low FEC. :12:

  • 12526 H,35000,3/48PSK-STV,(Eduard on FlySat),

    12652 H,35000,44950,4/5-GeoTelecom(Torrex12 & Eduard on FlySat) :3:

    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:

  • Here's my very poor situation from my place for ABS 2 and 2A

    Russian and Southern Beams are not possible and nothing interceptable with my current setup

    Showing same spectrums from both ABS 2 and 2A different positions

    Ku>DH 4,25M HH+OMT ADLx2 QPLL SMW-125Gib 28E+2Fracar 100 13/19E-2ChM 120 30W+5W
    C>2 OMT HV/LR+AVCOMM+4LNB NORSAT 3100F-BPF-4 (5G) on 4,25MT
    RotorFeed: C LR/HV+KU H/V
    TBS5925-6983+6908
    RC2000C

  • There is no news in my area at 74.9E, even though the signal is slightly better.

    So, I'm on the "chart" with my 1.50m antenna. :51:

    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:

  • Probably someone else can clarify....? :175:

    11801 V 45000 (-2.4dB) -> locked GS 11801 V 12725

    11860 V 45000 (0.5dB) -> locked GS 11864 V 4000

    PS: I think these GS locks are from ABS-2 ... same as superdish66 scans above.

    qwer setup

    Location: Rastatt, Germany

    C-band: 55.5°West-68.5°East ORBITRON O-16 (4,9m)

    X-band: 17.8°W-60.2°E KATHREIN CAS 120 (1,2m)

    Ku-band: 61.0°West-80.0°East KATHREIN CAS 23 (2,2m)

    Ka-band A/B/C/D: 30.0°W-75.0°E KATHREIN CAS 018 (1,8m)

    Ka-band band A 2x KATHREIN CAS 120 fix on 19.2°E and 42.0°E

    Ku-band LNB: Invacom SNF-031, Inverto Single Flange

    C-band LNBs: Kaonsat, C-Panorama 13K, Norsat 8000RI C-DRO, BrasilSat LNBF AP30 PLL

    Ka-Band LNBs: Inverto Twin WHITE Ka Circular Dual Polarity LNB (flange), Inverto IDLK-SINL20-KAKU-OPP,MCL-KP04, Norsat 9000HX-O3B-BN, Orbital LNB1825F-1000D-WF55

    X-band LNB: Norsat X1000HAF

    Feeds: Invacom ADF_10 + 2 rings, XMW Ka-band Feed FD9000K

    Waveguide Polariser: AV-COMM

    Tuner: TBS 6925, TBS 6903, TBS 6903X, TBS 6522

    >qwer setup

  • Probably someone else can clarify....? :175:

    11801 V 45000 (-2.4dB) -> locked GS 11801 V 12725

    11860 V 45000 (0.5dB) -> locked GS 11864 V 4000

    PS: I think these GS locks are from ABS-2 ... same as superdish66 scans above.

    ...

    In my area, I haven't found the two muxes you mention. :3:

    More than likely the signal is coming from a southern spot, which my antenna cannot pick up. :25:

    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:

  • Southern spot or CAF spot?

    Of course, I can't be sure of the source of the signal if I can't get these two muxes.

    Satellite coverage maps may not be enough to identify the signal we are picking up. Some are no longer updated. That's why having more reception reports from more geographical areas is good.

    We also need to know that besides the list of satellites on FlySat, Lyngsat, etc., some are not listed here, which could also be a source of the signal we cannot identify. This is made from reports from hobbyists, as they say, contributors.

    And there are quite a few satellites that are not on these lists.

    Our colleague, hvdh, had, or has, a site with "Geostationary Satellites from 80° W to 120° E". I tried to access it a few times, but I couldn't.

    So, the problem is not the signal we receive but the source of information and verification of what we are receiving. That's why we sometimes get caught in the fog.

    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:

  • Our colleague, hvdh, had, or has, a site with "Geostationary Satellites from 80° W to 120° E". I tried to access it a few times, but I couldn't.

    Since 2021 the URL is https://gso-satellites.nl/

    It's also in the pull-down menu here on satellitescommunity!

    Location: Oss, NL, 5.5°E 51.8°N. Rx: Dr.HD F16, TBS 5927.
    Laminas 120cm 1°W...68°E, T-55 9/13/19/23/28/39/42/45°E.

  • Today lock on the limit Southern beam again! Signal is very fluctuating.

    Only TBS6904SE can lock this tp!

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