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  Reply # 1968007 4-Mar-2018 21:07
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gzt: What is your price bracket?

 

$300-400 price range seems to provide what I need I think.


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  Reply # 1968008 4-Mar-2018 21:07
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Here are some good ones...

 

Telemann 1650s Satellite Finder Meter.. etc

 

http://old.hooktech.co.nz/satmeters.htm

 

 





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  Reply # 1968009 4-Mar-2018 21:12
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Gordy7:

 

Are looking for Vsat TV or other digital data?

 

 

Digital on C-band from JCSAT-2B. I really want something that can tell me I'm on the correct satellite, along with signal strength and quality. I assume there should be a Sat and Beam ID in the signal. I've found lots of info on TV based streams but very little on VSAT Internet Data beams.


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  Reply # 1968023 4-Mar-2018 21:23
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What are you looking for  on Jcsat2b the Weather stuff?

 

 




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  Reply # 1968030 4-Mar-2018 21:33
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Apsattv:

 

What are you looking for  on Jcsat2b the Weather stuff?

 

Network connect for a remote site.


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