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Typical signal strength?


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#51 OFFLINE   scott T

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Posted 31 July 2006 - 07:37 AM

In the meantime if someone else can do a similar comparison, comparing the signal levels from a properly aligned AT9 on the 101 bird to the same signal from a standard 18" round dish, at the same site using the same receiver we might be able to start building a case against the desirability (or advisability) of having the AT9, particularly in those areas where OTA reception is available.

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ok, here is is ....

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#52 OFFLINE   mailiang

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Posted 31 July 2006 - 10:49 PM

Hey Cap..I live at the New Jersey Shore. I just switched from Dish Network. I think I've only lost the signal about five times a year mostly during thunderstorms. With the new 3 LNBF DTV multi dish and R15 I'm running anywhere from 81 to 100 on 101 on a clear day. I have experienced rain fade during thunderstorms, but signal comes back pretty quickly. it's usually due to the dense cloud cover which occurs before the heavy rain. Can this dish use further tweaking?

1-8 90 82 96 88 87 90 81
9-16 88 88 88 96 90 87 92 84
17-24 90 100 91 92 90 86 91 86
25-32 87 95 92 0 93 86 91 83

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#53 OFFLINE   Cap'n Preshoot

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Posted 01 August 2006 - 05:26 PM

Hard to say unless you try. Those signals look pretty good tho.




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