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Two birds with one dish ????

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Anonymous
October 27, 2004 4:11:03 AM

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Dish network uses 110 and 119. A double LNB on one dish is able to pick-up
both birds.

My question is: Are there any other satellites that are that close to each
other that a DishNetwork dish would be able to capture both. I have a FTA
receiver and a 4 way switch.

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Anonymous
October 27, 2004 4:11:04 AM

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dish would most likely be too small for anything other than dbs.


"MatMite" <matmite@cs.com> wrote in message
news:20041026201103.11452.00004611@mb-m23.news.cs.com...
> Dish network uses 110 and 119. A double LNB on one dish is able to
pick-up
> both birds.
>
> My question is: Are there any other satellites that are that close to each
> other that a DishNetwork dish would be able to capture both. I have a FTA
> receiver and a 4 way switch.
Anonymous
October 27, 2004 4:11:04 AM

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On 27 Oct 2004 00:11:03 GMT, matmite@cs.com (MatMite) wrote:

>Dish network uses 110 and 119. A double LNB on one dish is able to pick-up
>both birds.
>
>My question is: Are there any other satellites that are that close to each
>other that a DishNetwork dish would be able to capture both. I have a FTA
>receiver and a 4 way switch.

The only other satellites you'd pick up are Nimiq 1/3 and 2 ( 91 and
82).
Anonymous
October 27, 2004 12:47:10 PM

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Nimiq 1 & 2 91 & 82
"MatMite" <matmite@cs.com> a écrit dans le message de
news:20041026201103.11452.00004611@mb-m23.news.cs.com...
> Dish network uses 110 and 119. A double LNB on one dish is able to
pick-up
> both birds.
>
> My question is: Are there any other satellites that are that close to each
> other that a DishNetwork dish would be able to capture both. I have a FTA
> receiver and a 4 way switch.
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