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Signal Levels

Discussion in 'DIRECTV General Discussion' started by compnurd, Jun 11, 2010.

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  1. compnurd

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    Has anyone noticed a drop in signal levels this morning? All of my HD Sats have dropped from mid 90's to high 80's? very humid here not sure if that is affecting it

    Actually Kinda all over the place now. I have some on 103CB at 96 and some at 88 and one at 85
     
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    Mine look pretty good here. I understand that water vapor absorbs the signal especially on the KA band (HD), so yes, humidity may be a factor.
     
  3. compnurd

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    Yeh IDK. I checked the dish and it is solid as a rock.
     

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