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Oo, yes, I can If antenna is big enough than it is possible
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I see, it works! Well, I am cheating, sorry for that.... I do not say size of antenna I am using
you dont have a signal during the whole day with a signal of 58% - i bet
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No, I do not. It is changing during 24 hours, sometimes better sometimes worse.
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Where are you locaded?
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My location in profile is right. I was monitoring signals from Astra2E during last Sun-outage period. You can see on the graph how signal was changing during the day and also completely dropped at certain time when sun was behind the satellite.
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Oo, yes, I can If antenna is big enough than it is possible
Congratulations, mate
You're the 2017 out of beam Master of sat-universe

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Are the osn/bein sports on 7W possible to view on a 2meter dish in the midlands uk?
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Look at 'lyngsat.com' and see the footprint.
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