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Thor 6 (0,8 degrees east) (K1) in Italy

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Default Thor 6 (0,8 degrees east) (K1) in Italy

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I want to install dish in middle of Italy for catching Thor 6 (0,8 degrees east)(K1), Rimini area - anyone living nearby who have experience of the dish size in this area ? Could a Gilbertini 125 cm do the job ?

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Peter! One small correction: there is no Thor 6 East, should be West.
According to coverage map, reception is possible on 90cm dish in Northern Italy. It might happen that in Middle Italy reception not so good. Anyway, you better try and then you know for sure.
BTW, Gibertini is 120cm antenna, not 125
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i remember getting that sat with 80 cm dish, from south of italy
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Yes - I meant of course west ...

I would just love to know if anybody have experience before I start the project
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i remember getting that sat with 80 cm dish, from south of italy
Right, it is possible, but.... there are several satellites in the 0.8*W position and several beams. Some beams can be easily received by small antenna even in Northern Africa, but TS was asking about Thor 6 K1 beam.
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Yes its the K1 beam from Thor 6 I am interested to recieve - and only that one
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Confirmed the K1 Nordic beam. With 1,20 meter dish, on north Italy,in Novara area!With Very good signal oll the day
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Super Nik74

Question is if we go 150 km south if its still there - I think Novara actually is in the coverage area drawing ....
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Yes believe! With one good LNB. Non ti possa aiutare con il brutto tempo???
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I dont try yet

What do you recommend with LNB along with the Gilbertini 120 ?
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