Re: R: R: Suggestion
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Francois Roland has pointed out that I made an error in describing how to use the site drossel-services.de. I had not understood that the satellite Eutelsat 10E is in fact also known as Eutelsat W1 (-10), so to use the site you simply choose the satellite as Eutelsat W1 (-10), input your own latitude and longitude, and choose which days you want the solar data for, and the time of the solar transit is then shown together with useful data such as elevation and skew as well as azimuth.
I hope this will help you to align your dish correctly and receive the DVB S-2 transmissions from Eutelsat 10East.
Best regards - Alan S
On 18-Dec-14 2:06 PM, 'roland francois' 25071950@... [MSG-1] wrote:
web site: http://asewards.free.fr