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San Francisco MPEG-4 Stream?

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#126 OFFLINE   dreamyip



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Posted 25 February 2006 - 08:59 PM

i just remember something the installer said about the pole. he says they only got them these couple of weeks. the pole that he installed was tailor made to the 2" diameter mounting of the 5 LNB dish. and before they have these pole, they were turning down installations due to lack of mounting locations.

i saw that the cement holding the pole has solidified so i went ahead and mounted and pointed the huge dish. i get between 67% to 77% on the various satellites.

Did you complete your installation ? Did Ironwood come back as promised ?

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#127 OFFLINE   jmpsmash


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Posted 01 March 2006 - 12:51 PM

Did you complete your installation ? Did Ironwood come back as promised ?

they did come back. they tidied up the cables and tied the loose cable to the pole. and then they went ahead to "peak" the signal with a handheld meter.

i think the signal strength measured by the H20 went down by 1-2% *after* they peaked it. :nono:

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