Re: INMARSAT C-Band Channels

Patrick Lindecker
 

Hello Fred,

 

Nice, you will not miss room in your “garden”…

 

>between 40 and 50 degrees elevation.

That’s an advantage. In Paris, 3F5 is at 11° and so it is difficult not to have something between your dish and the satellite.

 

>I'm planning on using a Titanium C-Band LNBF C1W-PLL LNB. 
The C1W-PLL seems to be the best LNBF for this use. However, read this paper:

http://planeplotter.pbworks.com/w/file/fetch/121429833/C-Band_LNB_Mod-word.pdf

However, Hervé and Paul don’t seem to have problems, even if they have not modified their C1W-PLL.

 

73

Patrick

 

De : multipsk@groups.io [mailto:multipsk@groups.io] De la part de Fred Albertson
Envoyé : samedi 2 février 2019 17:15
À : multipsk@groups.io
Objet : Re: [multipsk] INMARSAT C-Band Channels

 

Hi, All,

Thanks Paul and the rest of you for your comments on L-Band,
and your prompting me to try C-Band.  I'll get there.  And, yes,
Patrick, I have a "garden."  It is an 8 acre hay field and my look
angle to most of the satellites in question is between 40 and 50
degrees elevation. A good spot.

I'm planning on using a Titanium C-Band LNBF C1W-PLL LNB. 
Any comments?

Thanks,

Fred



 




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