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When searching for a satellite, it's very important to know if the beam reaches your location. A very useful database can be found on http://satbeams.com.
Just select the satellite and one of the available beams. You can also select your location, zoom in/out on the map, etc.



What beam is using each TV channel you can find on www.lyngsat.com, http://kingofsat.net, and many other sites.
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Can I receive Express AM8 at 14.0°W with 50 cm dish in London ?
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