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    Default HOTBIRD TRANSPONDER GUIDE


    Hello. I just need help. I just want to know which transponder is to be used when fixing the LNB for Hotbird so that all other channel will have good signal.

    Please help. Thank you.

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    Default Re: HOTBIRD TRANSPONDER GUIDE

    Quote Originally Posted by MonChing
    Hello. I just need help. I just want to know which transponder is to be used when fixing the LNB for Hotbird so that all other channel will have good signal.

    Please help. Thank you.
    10719,10723 v 27500 3/4 are the strongest frequencies
    If you want to use analogue receiver to catch Hotbird go to duna tv or BBC world
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    Thank for the response. But how much % of signal should I get?

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    Also, there are lots of BBC (world?) is it the one at 11449 v?

    Thanks

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    % of signal depends on your receiver however you will receive
    approximately 60-70 % signal quality on these frequencies.

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    thank for all the replies. I tried BBC 11449V yesterday but failed. I think its not covered here in Dammam, KSA? I got this freq. from SatcoDX.

    Nway, what's the freq of Duna? maybe I can try that one. thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by MonChing
    thank for all the replies. I tried BBC 11449V yesterday but failed. I think its not covered here in Dammam, KSA? I got this freq. from SatcoDX.

    Nway, what's the freq of Duna? maybe I can try that one. thanks
    If you are using an analogue receiver visit this link
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    Asiasat 3S,NSS 6,Insat 4B,Thaicom2/5,Intelsat7/10,HB 6/7A/8

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    I am using Strong Receiver SRT 4635. I think it is digital? Sorry, I am new to this.

 

 

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