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    HTV7 and HTV9 seems to have disappeared from Vinasat 1 3547v. Or perhaps signal is too low?



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    They were boarding of losing them when I did a scan two weeks ago. Funny thing is they are Gone in the morning or arvo but come back around 5 Pm my way and barely lock.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr_strewth View Post
    HTV7 and HTV9 seems to have disappeared from Vinasat 1 3547v. Or perhaps signal is too low?
    I havenít been able to load 3547v for ages and yes I used to get it reasonably strong here in Perth on my 2.7mt solid.

    I can still see the small carrier on the spectrum so service is still there but to low to lock.

    I will recheck other signals throughout the day as this sat may be Inclining hence the varrying signal or depending where you are on the footprint. You might be getting some atmospheric conditions altering your signal levels.

    If you were loosing other signals at that freq you could blame the LNB or cable but I donít think this is a factor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cmoore View Post
    I havenít been able to load 3547v for ages and yes I used to get it reasonably strong here in Perth on my 2.7mt solid.

    I can still see the small carrier on the spectrum so service is still there but to low to lock.

    I will recheck other signals throughout the day as this sat may be Inclining hence the varrying signal or depending where you are on the footprint. You might be getting some atmospheric conditions altering your signal levels.

    If you were loosing other signals at that freq you could blame the LNB or cable but I donít think this is a factor.
    I am also in Perth and have a 2.3m dish.up until about a week or so ago I was still able to get HTV. The VTV transponder coming in good. A friend of mine also in Perth has experienced a loss of HTV in recent days.

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    its in that nasty 5G band...

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