Sorry, got pulled away yesterday on other business ... But sure as they all still fall within the 19.7-20.2 GHz range and will translate down to somewhere in the lower edge of the same 1650-2150 MHz LNB block. Actually this is the essential goal of using satellite co-location where all the birds located at a given orbital slot are close enough to be seen by the dish and receiver as one big fat satellite at a "nominal" orbital slot with various combinations of frequencies and/or polarization to separate all the channels assigned there. Specifically which satellite though is transmitting what particular channel at a given "nominal" orbital position is really only the concern of DirecTV network operations of course and the interested techno-geeks on boards like this. I will add them to your Excel document for my personal records thank you. Though I may ask gct if he would like to pin this document for download on his regular transponder mapping thread.