if all other satellites means satellite 101 is between 65-85 then your dish needs to be fine tuned.
I'd focus on the 99c & 103ca/b a bit more, as you should be able to get them better.theloopboise said:Redialed the dish:
99s: 0 (takes 30 sec/# to populate)
103s: 0 (takes 30 sec/# to populate)
I wouldn't worry about it but this means I don't get CBS-HD, which means no Person of Interest...very bad.
I don't see how this will fix the 99s/103s issue. If it will, is this an elevation, azimuth, or tilt adjustment?veryoldschool said:I'd focus on the 99c & 103ca/b a bit more, as you should be able to get them better.
103 tp 15 & 23 according to http://www.dbstalk.com/showthread.php?t=206618CCarncross said:Quite possibly you might only get any significant signal level on a few transponders between 99s, and 103s because your locals are most likely on only 1 transponder. ANyone know which one carries the Boise ID, locals in HD?
While you might get reception with numbers that low, a properly aligned dish will give you readings above 85 on every (active) transponder on every satellite. By "active", I mean transponders that you should receive, as you will see low or zero readings on spot beams for other markets.theloopboise said:I don't doubt that they could be better, but I should still be able to get CBS-HD, even with numbers in the 60s.