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    Question Sun outage - Did you observe the phenomenon?


    Did you observe the phenomenon so called "sun outage" who take place these days?
    Satellite and duration please.
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    Quote Originally Posted by traian View Post
    Did you observe the phenomenon so called "sun outage" who take place these days?
    Satellite and duration please.
    You could try here
    http://www.satellite-calculations.co...lc/SUNcalc.htm

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    Guys, am i speaking turkish? I've asked you if you have observed the phenomenon on your tv's.
    I know that site, but i'm interested if the phenomenon was observable in your area.
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    yeah, happens on my badr 25.5E reception at around 11:20GMT everyday and lasts for approx 15 minutes.
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    in the old days you could see the phenomenon on analog receivers and you could see the increase in sparkies across the tv, hardly notice it on dvb nowadays.....ahh good old days
    Last edited by sawasdee; 10th October 2008 at 13:02.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sawasdee View Post
    in the old days you could see the phenomenon on analog receivers and you could see the increase in sparkies across the tv, hardly notice it on dvb nowadays.....ahh good old days
    nowadays, you see pixelation, not sparkies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sawasdee View Post
    in the old days you could see the phenomenon on analog receivers and you could see the increase in sparkies across the tv, hardly notice it on dvb nowadays.....ahh good old days
    Hi ,
    I observed this on 68.5*E when CNN,BBC,MTV,SONY,MAHARSHI etc channels are in FTA Analog mode, Yes sparks/grains increasing in video and noise is in Audio.
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    Quote Originally Posted by boknoy_ph View Post
    nowadays, you see pixelation, not sparkies.
    yes, in digital pixelation
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    Dumb me, I thought it was some sort of terestrial transmissions that's making havoc on my receiver!

 

 

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