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Which channels are on each satellite?

Discussion in 'DIRECTV General Discussion' started by binkatl, Jul 30, 2007.

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  1. binkatl

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    Is there a post somewhere (or an external link, if someone has one) with a grid, or a list, of every channel offered by DirecTV, and which satellite and transponder that channel is located?

    Thanks,
    - Blake
     
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  3. binkatl

    binkatl AllStar

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    Thanks, both good sources of info!
     
  4. Jeremy W

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    binkatl AllStar

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    ** WARNING -- SEVERE NOOB QUESTION **

    Ok, so all the info these 3 links only shows satellites 101, 110 and 119. But this is supposed to be a 5 LNB dish, right? And I've heard about 99 and 103 satellites. What is on those other sats?
     
  6. boba

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    Currently spot beamed HDTV locals.:)
     
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    Not only locals, but local rsn's in hd, if available!
     
  8. TriggerDeems

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    There are presently satellites at all the locations you state above. The "old" 99 and 103 are local spotbeams, as the response above stated. 2 new satellites will join those old ones at the 99 and 103 spots (one is enroute to its spot right now, and another launches in a few months), and use the Ka low freq band to show a bunch more HD programming starting in a little over a month (if you have a 5 lnb dish, an HR-20/H20, and the BBC's installed, and subscribe to HD package).
     
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