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Live in Mexico - US FTA reception possible?


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#1 OFFLINE   billpritjr

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Posted 03 October 2004 - 09:31 AM

Hello

I live in Mexico City, 19.2830N, 99.6670W, and would like to receive US FTA broadcasting. To further complicate matters, I am limited to putting the sat antenna on my apartment balconey, which has an unobstructed view from compass headings 080 to about 190 (East to just past South).

Any comments/info, please let me know

thanks!

Gringo in Mexico

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#2 OFFLINE   bijou

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Posted 12 October 2004 - 03:53 PM

Hello

I live in Mexico City, 19.2830N, 99.6670W, and would like to receive US FTA broadcasting. To further complicate matters, I am limited to putting the sat antenna on my apartment balconey, which has an unobstructed view from compass headings 080 to about 190 (East to just past South).

Any comments/info, please let me know

thanks!

Gringo in Mexico


Galaxy 10R has several Midwest channels, but its facing WSW from you.
I'd suggest IA6 (used tyo be T6) check http://www.lyngsat.com/ia6.html
It has some news channels and the footprint looks OK.




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