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Intelsat 39 to start @ 62 east

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Default Intelsat 39 to start @ 62 east

At 62E IRIB Package moved from Intelsat 902 to new Intelsat 39 in Middle East Beam.


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At 62E IRIB Package moved from Intelsat 902 to new Intelsat 39 in Middle East Beam.

which country are you in ??
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From England, Germany, Austria, Poland and ..
Who receives the signal..???

62E
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Are you sure they move to new sat(Intelsat 39) i not see any change in signal here.

@ARA$H you have change in signal ?
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From England, Germany, Austria, Poland and ..
Who receives the signal..???

62E
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Eastern Europe signal very strong. At lowest frenquencies is signal little bit less than 11555V but with 125cm no problem. Before on V polarization was nothing in spectrum. SPOT 1 at Intelsat 902 was very specific beam outside the Europe.

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I'm in nothern Italy and with 125cm I have no signal! In the nearest satellite (60E) I have 15db...
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Are you sure they move to new sat(Intelsat 39) i not see any change in signal here.

@ARA$H you have change in signal ?
No I'm not sure
Signal strength has not changed here
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