127W 3820H missing ?? or its me

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127W 3820H missing ?? or its me

Post by user78405 » Sun May 06, 2018 2:23 pm

can someone scan 127w again, transponder disappear from air 3820H 30000 on my end....hope its just me cause i order another LNB..mine been crap so far but works on other transponders i receiving.. never order no more PLL LNBS'''not the light ones...i notice only great LNB's are as always low noise ones like 13k or 12k :thinking
8' solid =4 lnbs, 7' solid= 2 lnb, 5' solid= 2 lnb ;; 2 C1pll , 1 gcn dual input, 2 ESX242 , 3 BSC421
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Re: 127W 3820H missing ?? or its me

Post by dishcrank » Sun May 06, 2018 11:28 pm

Strong signal for me. Reelz movie channel working fine on that mux. No issues whatsoever.

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Re: 127W 3820H missing ?? or its me

Post by tek2000 » Mon May 07, 2018 5:57 am

No issues here. Nasa 4K and an SES 4K demo also working fine on this satellite. :okay
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Re: 127W 3820H missing ?? or its me

Post by belter-one » Thu May 10, 2018 3:38 pm

tek2000 wrote:
Mon May 07, 2018 5:57 am
No issues here. Nasa 4K and an SES 4K demo also working fine on this satellite. :okay
That's good to hear. I have been having trouble getting 3820H as well as the 4k demo feed. I am able to get the 3 NASA channels and 5 more channels that are scrambled. My NASA signal strength ranges from 32% to 49% depending on the atmosphere. I am re-examining the dish alignment. Would a signal booster help? If so what brand? Any information would be appreciated.

Loving NASA UHD,

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Re: 127W 3820H missing ?? or its me

Post by dishcrank » Thu May 10, 2018 11:43 pm

belter-one wrote:
Thu May 10, 2018 3:38 pm
That's good to hear. I have been having trouble getting 3820H as well as the 4k demo feed. I am able to get the 3 NASA channels and 5 more channels that are scrambled. My NASA signal strength ranges from 32% to 49% depending on the atmosphere. I am re-examining the dish alignment. Would a signal booster help? If so what brand? Any information would be appreciated.

Loving NASA UHD,

John
No need for a signal booster because your LNBF (or LNB) is already performing this task. Unless your cable run is more than 200ft, no need for a signal booster. Nasa is a really strong signal on 127W for me, so you probably just need to peak your dish. If it is low on the horizon, try adding/subtracting declination to see if that helps. If you got a 10' or 12' dish, everything on 127W should scan in. If you got an 8' dish, it will be hit and miss on some of the weaker transponders.

The weakest transponder for me is the UHD one (4170H). I see some monkies bathing and some other nature programs in 4K, but nothing to write home about. You can find a lot more 4K content on 101W. Even the stuff on 101W is by small independent programmers and nothing yet from any major programmers. C'mon guys, step up to the plate. Unless NBC, CBS, ABC get the ball rolling with some full-time 4K programming, this ship ain't going to sail...

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Re: 127W 3820H missing ?? or its me

Post by belter-one » Fri May 11, 2018 11:09 am

Thank you for the useful reply,

You saved us some money. We'll work on the alignment, trim some foliage and consult the oracle at Delphi :-).

Best of luck,

John

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