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#152014 13-Sep-2014 09:54
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Optus 10 at 164.00 degrees was launched yesterday.
According to Lyngsat.com , it has 24 ku-band transponders capable ot providing TV to Australia and New Zealand aswell as data etc .
Could anyone with a movable dish please report if anything useful can be received in NZ in the coming weeks/months.
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  #1128163 14-Sep-2014 05:51
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Its only been up 5 minutes it won't even be on the arc yet. Usually they park the satellite near to where it will be located  e.g @ 164E. Do testing for a couple of weeks, then move it into place and do an overnight service swap over.




 




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  #1128175 14-Sep-2014 08:07
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Does this mean that initially the feeds from Optus B3 could be the first to be moved across to Optus 10?

 
 
 
 


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  #1128195 14-Sep-2014 09:38
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do you get all tge aussie channels?




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  #1128405 14-Sep-2014 16:59
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What is tge ?
I used to get more Aussie channels until December 2013 when C1 was decommissioned .
I now get Channel Nine Sydney on D1 plus occasional feeds, D2 feeds occasionally , D3 Optus test and Sky NZ test backup plus the FTA ku channels on Intelsat 19.
I do not subscribe to any pay TV channels.
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  #1128407 14-Sep-2014 17:15
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peterds: What is tge ?

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peterds: I used to get more Aussie channels until December 2013 when C1 was decommissioned .

Fairly sure C1 has not been decommissioned, just broadcast content changed.

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