The First Excel attachment to this post, TPN_MAP_Domestic, covers all U.S. DIRECTV Channels and Transponders, CONUS (Continental U.S. or wide/National beams) and LIL (Local-Into-Local or narrow/Spot beams). Satellites at the 95W, 99W, 101W, 103W, 110W and 119W positions are included. Note that at the bottom of the Domestic Excel page, there are eight tabs or 'sheets': CONUS TPN MAP all CONUS channels in channel number sequence LIL TPN MAP all Local-Into-Local satellite channels in network number (market name) sequence OTA all Over-The-Air channels in network number (market name) sequence HYBRIDS all Hybrid and Offline (Inactive) channels, in channel number sequence LIL MARKET LIST Local Market database and cross reference information necessary to navigate the LIL TPN Map CHANNEL COUNT a count of channels provided per satellite NETWORK DECODER display of the satellites and transponders graphically as it appears on your receiver's signal strength display TUTORIAL a quick procedure to find your LIL transponders the very first time A Second Excel attachment, TPN_MAP_LatinAm, covers DIRECTVLA Latin America transponders. Note that at the bottom of the LatinAm Excel page, there are seven tabs or 'sheets': BEAM OESTE all channels in Network 0 in channel number sequence BEAM SUR all channels in Network 1 in channel number sequence BEAM PR all channels in Network 2 in channel number sequence OTA all Over-The-Air channels in network number sequence HYBRIDS all Hybrid channels, in channel number sequence NETWORK LIST Satellite Beam and OTA Network Numbers LA NETWORK DECODER display of the satellites and transponders graphically as it appears on your receiver's signal strength display Additional details for US Domestic channels are available regarding:OTA (Over The Air) information and discussion in this DBSTalk thread. DNS (Distant Network Service) information and discussion in this DBSTalk thread.LIL (Local-Into-Local) information and discussion in this DBSTalk thread.All documents are fully unprotected so you may copy and use the data as you wish. . . The Excel 'Attached Files', below, are in the (very) old 97-2003 XLS format. . . .