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    I have some question here;

    1-Is it possible to get a satellite signal from Africa to Philippines?If yes.
    2-What is the name?
    3-What is the coordenates?(Azimuth)
    4-What are the recomended dishes to use?


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    Last edited by dobhan; 12th February 2008 at 12:57.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dobhan View Post
    I have some question here;

    1-Is it possible to get a satellite signal from Africa to Philippines?If yes.
    2-What is the name?
    3-What is the coordenates?(Azimuth)
    4-What are the recomended dishes to use?


    ANSWERING THIS QUESTION IS HIGHLY APPRECIATED....

    Yes

    Intelsat 10

    68.5E

    1.8m solid cband
    If Evolution works, why so many idiots?


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    Quote Originally Posted by dobhan View Post
    I have some question here;

    1-Is it possible to get a satellite signal from Africa to Philippines?If yes.
    2-What is the name?
    3-What is the coordenates?(Azimuth)
    4-What are the recomended dishes to use?


    ANSWERING THIS QUESTION IS HIGHLY APPRECIATED....
    look and ask around many expats (in the entertainment business) have Intelsat 10, 68.5E, setup in their businesses

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    What a pity...you just missed the one pure African channel available in SE Asia that had been operating since the early 90's ! TVM or TV Malagasy was in Analogue at 75 degrres East until quite recently . Sadly its now been moved to 7 degrees East which must have involved a huge operation to swing dishes a full 68 degrees to the West.

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    Thank you all guys for the information.........

 

 

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