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Thread: Transponder Maps ~ Data 10/16/2019

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    Quote Originally Posted by slice1900 View Post
    Or someone from Hawaii would see those even transponders coming in stronger.
    Central México (22.46N) with 70" dish:
    100 0 87 0 99 100 85 88
    100 0 86 0 99 100 86 88
    100 0 89 0 100 100 87 89
    100 0 89 0 100 100 88 92

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    Quote Originally Posted by daniel.ramirez View Post
    Central México (22.46N) with 70" dish:
    100 0 87 0 99 100 85 88
    100 0 86 0 99 100 86 88
    100 0 89 0 100 100 87 89
    100 0 89 0 100 100 88 92

    Thanks for the data point. Not sure what to make of that, you have some 99/100s on both even and odd but also some 80s on both even and odd. Most of the 0s are in spot beam slots but a couple aren't. Very strange.

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    Yeah agreed ....

    Why 101W CONUS tps. 2 and 10 read 0 makes no sense at all.

    Both are showing pegged-out at 100 here in L.A.

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    I can’t recall for sure but those might be spots

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    Quote Originally Posted by inkahauts View Post
    I can’t recall for sure but those might be spots
    Nah ...

    Spots at 101W are tps. 4, 12, 18, 20, 26, and 28.

    2 and 10 are CONUS beam tps. (still on T9S I would wager, for reasons I posted earlier) ....

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    This is the way we think the configuration exists right now. This is the Network Decoder that will accompany next week's post. But I expect to be making changes on a regular basis for these next few months...


    network_decoder_190817_Page_1.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gary Toma View Post
    This is the way we think the configuration exists right now. This is the Network Decoder that will accompany next week's post. But I expect to be making changes on a regular basis for these next few months...


    network_decoder_190817_Page_1.jpg
    Thanks Gary; ...

    And I assume SW-2 at 99W is still providing the single local spotbeam to PR (on tp. 6 was it?) even though it's not specifically listed on this ND graphic?

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    I didn’t post the Network Decoder page 2. which is unchanged from previous weeks.

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    All of the spot beams may not yet be transferred from D4S to D9S, but they are in progress. The application to the FCC indicated a period of six weeks, beginning around the end of July, for the transfer to take place.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Speer View Post
    All of the spot beams may not yet be transferred from D4S to D9S, but they are in progress. The application to the FCC indicated a period of six weeks, beginning around the end of July, for the transfer to take place.
    What about CONUS beams? Based on Daniel Ramirez's numbers I think it is likely it is supplying some of them. I don't how else to account for the difference between some even transponders at 0, some in the upper 80s, and some at 100 other than having them split up between three different satellites.

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