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    Exclamation Eurobird 9 with Hotbird dish?


    Can I pick up Eurobird 9 with a fixed dish pointed at Hotbird? (I'm working in Middle East at the mo)? If yes, what kind of LNB should I use, how do you fit it?

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    Go to lyngsat or satcodx & check the footprint of the two sat where you are m8! HBird is 13deg East while EuroBird9 is 9deg East thats far apart for a single fix disk!
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    Quote Originally Posted by khan2ton View Post
    Go to lyngsat or satcodx & check the footprint of the two sat where you are m8! HBird is 13deg East while EuroBird9 is 9deg East thats far apart for a single fix disk!

    I just checked lyngsat and eutelsat website..a dual reception for both is possible...Just want to confirm whether I can use the same type of LNB for hotbird.Thnx mate.

 

 

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