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29s9 attached - it isn't an exact science but the further you are from the spot, the less you should expect to receive that spot.

Harsh, the original filing refered to the receive beams on E10 as "R" beams and the transmit beams as "T" beams. The initial maps I drew had the numbering from the FCC/ITU filings. In later maps I've changed that to the "s" markings people expect (since T can be confused with transponder).

On the map below, note the nearby red circles. These are other spots that use transponder 29 as a spotbeam. Get too close to one of those and you're looking at interference from the other spot - and in this case it isn't "the strongest spot wins" but "a little interference can kill".
 

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