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    Default sat. channel in philippine


    i want to know what sat. channel i can get in philippines, also i want to know if i can use a star track decoder and what is the minimum size of a disc.thks....

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    Whatever happen to the National Telecom. Commission requirement that all satellite receiving equipment be registered?
    This should be the first question you should ask because if I recall correctly,there is a large fine if you get caught with an unregistered installation.

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    hmmm don't think so. as long as you are using SATVRO equipments, it is not illegal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by boknoy_ph
    hmmm don't think so. as long as you are using SATVRO equipments, it is not illegal.
    Refer to thishttp://www.ntc.gov.ph/laws/mc-10-7-93.html

    if it is a private non-commercial TVRO no need for a permit?

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    I found the thread about the NTC rules for satellite:here

    So Boknoy according to this it is illegal even for private TVRO.
    And the fee is php5,000 cost more than a system itself.
    Is this rule still in force?
    I know you can always hide your dish but what if some neighbor gets "J" about you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bme
    I found the thread about the NTC rules for satellite:here

    So Boknoy according to this it is illegal even for private TVRO.
    And the fee is php5,000 cost more than a system itself.
    Is this rule still in force?
    I know you can always hide your dish but what if some neighbor gets "J" about you?
    i have my satellite dish in front of my house and no one dares to ask me why is it i have this one. it is my personal property and not for public use. so what's the problem?they made this rule so people will be scared im sure. So even me i got scared when i read this. but i dont see anything illegal as long as i am not distributing it publicly. AHHH this is where TFC gets the rule and applied it here in Saudi Arabia hehehe.

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    This just shows how BACKWARD the Philippines is when it comes to making laws/rules!

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    Default Re: sat. channel in philippine

    Quote Originally Posted by hsajonia
    i want to know what sat. channel i can get in philippines, also i want to know if i can use a star track decoder and what is the minimum size of a disc.thks....

    Guys the question is what is the sat. channel they can get in philipp. not what is the law's in phil..


    by the way "hsajonia" you can get the agila2 sat. in phil. and the minimum size of the disc. is 60cm

    And this is the sat position http://www.igp.net/Antenna_Alignment/Set_Dish.php



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    who enforces the law in philippines? try to visit the local NTC office in your area and what you will see and meet (if ever you see and actually meet someone in the office) are pot-bellied and lethargic breed. much like the common government worker in pinas.

    @hsajonia,

    sorry for the off-topic discussion, lol. yeah you can get agila2 with 60cm dish but will not be viewable during storms which is quite frequent in philippines. so i suggest you get a 90cm or bigger dish if you can to avoid disruptions during stormy weather.
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    Yeah sorry for that i suggest you if you can buy a satellite finder which is 120 riyals here in saudi arabia and i think you can buy it there also.It will help you a lot in aligning. point your dish @ 120 deg east check with your compass and a 60 cm dish size. If you are a resident of metro manila your signal will be 90%.

 

 

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