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This forum is dedicated for discussions regarding the level and quality of the signal that one gets from various satellites and their transponders.

One must obviously mention the equipment (especially dish size and lnb) and the location where one lives.

It should be a very interesting section where people might get to know that some satellites can be viewed from their particular location and therefore may add a couple of channels to their line up
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