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Re: MSG signal strength

Not sure about that article, Alan! ;-) But yes STK is good at plotting ground tracks. I picked a random day from April and it shows an oval ground track for
simon_rproud
May 26
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20779

Re: MSG signal strength

Arne, Its 20+ years since I used it, but does not the program suite STK allow you to input the keplers and forecast the orbit of the satellite at any time? I
Alan Sewards
May 25
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20778

Re: MSG signal strength

Hello Rob, Unfortunately I had to remove my 122 cm dish that has the motorized elevation adjustment due to work planned in the garden. Simon is correct about
a_van_belle
May 25
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20777

Re: MSG signal strength

... ... I wouldn't expect a brusque change. The satellite drifts away from it's ideal point slowly, then, after a corection, the satellite will drift slowly in
sat
May 25
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20776

Re: MSG signal strength

Hi all, ... graphs (change/shift of the wobble) Exactly - this is not seen. At least for the Copenhagen data we see only a little correlation with satellite
Simon Proud
May 25
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20775

Re: MSG signal strength

Hi Arne, Rob, This is getting interesting! Your point #1 is important - is there evidence in the mrtg graphs of brusque changes such as would result from a
Alan Sewards
May 25
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20774

Re: MSG signal strength

Hi, Arne. Interesting articles. But this means that: 1. Each time the satellite gets a correction burst we should see that in all graphs (change/shift of the
sat
May 25
#20774
 
20773

Re: MSG signal strength

Every Geostationary stationary satellite wobbles in a figure "8" with a period of one sidereal day = 23 hours and 56 minutes. On smaller dishes this wobble
a_van_belle
May 24
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20772

Re: MSG signal strength

James, I guess we'll just have to disagree over the interpretations and await further developments. Zooming in simply allows you to see the details of the
Alan Sewards
May 24
#20772
 
20771

Re: MSG signal strength

... It might be helpful for you Alan to use some tools which allow you to monitor the graphs more carefully, and over a more extended period of time, such as I
James Brown
May 23
#20771
 
20770

Re: MSG signal strength

... From: James Brown satellite@... [MSG-1] Sent: Saturday, May 23, 2015 9:44 AM To: MSG-1@yahoogroups.com Subject: Re: [MSG-1] MSG signal strength
iansdeans
May 23
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20769

Re: MSG signal strength

James, Take a look at the mrtg graphs on Savid's site (< http://www.satsignal.eu/mrtg/performance_eumetcast-europe_link_margin.php?period=week ... daily
Alan Sewards
May 23
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20768

Re: MSG signal strength

... Slowly creeping down further, specially this morning, and western stations possibly more affected than others. Is there an increasing wobble in the
James Brown
May 23
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20767

Re: Ayecka SR1 Problem

Hello Allan, The coils used to feed the LNB inside the SR1 are "heavy" ones, unlikely that this coil will fail. See
a_van_belle
May 20
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20766

Re: Ayecka SR1 Problem

... Arne, thank you for your thoughts, I'm sorry it's taken so long to reply. I'm very busy right now so it's not a good time to have equipment fail!! I hadn't
Allan Gibbs
May 20
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