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Word is that T7 is dead and not returning. I cannot verify
this on the Intelsat site, but it appears to be true. There
are no signals coming from the T7 location.

Most if not all of the T7 C-Band channels are migrating to
IA-13 at 121.0°W.

For 4DTV owners:
The IPG people have been notified of the siuation and mapping
info is being sent to them as it becomes available. I don't know
when they will be in the office and don't know when or if the
channels will be mapped to the new location(s).
 
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If T7 is programmed to the IA-13 position it will receive some of the
digital channels it was receiving at the T7 location. The B-Mania
channel and all of the channels in that MUX have moved to a different
frequency and hopefully will be redefined with the correct info soon.


"DRLev" <fake@ddress.tv> wrote in message
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| Word is that T7 is dead and not returning. I cannot verify
| this on the Intelsat site, but it appears to be true. There
| are no signals coming from the T7 location.
|
| Most if not all of the T7 C-Band channels are migrating to
| IA-13 at 121.0°W.
|
| For 4DTV owners:
| The IPG people have been notified of the siuation and mapping
| info is being sent to them as it becomes available. I don't know
| when they will be in the office and don't know when or if the
| channels will be mapped to the new location(s).
|
|
 
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Does this mean that CG or others will be affected also. Thanks.

"DRLev" <fake@ddress.tv> wrote in message
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>
> If T7 is programmed to the IA-13 position it will receive some of the
> digital channels it was receiving at the T7 location. The B-Mania
> channel and all of the channels in that MUX have moved to a different
> frequency and hopefully will be redefined with the correct info soon.
>
>
> "DRLev" <fake@ddress.tv> wrote in message
> news:UGrqd.51475$g21.23569@fe1.texas.rr.com...
> | Word is that T7 is dead and not returning. I cannot verify
> | this on the Intelsat site, but it appears to be true. There
> | are no signals coming from the T7 location.
> |
> | Most if not all of the T7 C-Band channels are migrating to
> | IA-13 at 121.0°W.
> |
> | For 4DTV owners:
> | The IPG people have been notified of the siuation and mapping
> | info is being sent to them as it becomes available. I don't know
> | when they will be in the office and don't know when or if the
> | channels will be mapped to the new location(s).
> |
> |
>
>
 
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"DRLev" <fake@ddress.tv> wrote in
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> Word is that T7 is dead and not returning. I cannot verify
> this on the Intelsat site, but it appears to be true. There
> are no signals coming from the T7 location.
>
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The Telstar Family of birds is not having very good luck. T4 still has not
been replaced and now T7. My memory is short, but I think there was another
telstar bird that failed in the mid 90's. Two of them were power supply buss
failures. They have not announced the cause of this failure yet. Probably
another buss failure.

uH
 
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On Tue, 30 Nov 2004 14:31:17 GMT, Micro Henry <uH@MyServer.Loc> wrote:

>"DRLev" <fake@ddress.tv> wrote in
>news:UGrqd.51475$g21.23569@fe1.texas.rr.com:
>
>> Word is that T7 is dead and not returning. I cannot verify
>> this on the Intelsat site, but it appears to be true. There
>> are no signals coming from the T7 location.
>>
><SNIPPED>
>
>The Telstar Family of birds is not having very good luck. T4 still has not
>been replaced and now T7. My memory is short, but I think there was another
>telstar bird that failed in the mid 90's. Two of them were power supply buss
>failures. They have not announced the cause of this failure yet. Probably
>another buss failure.
>
>uH
>

Probably Telstar 401,which was a home spot may TVRO dishes were
pointed at.
 
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On Tue, 30 Nov 2004 14:31:17 GMT, Micro Henry <uH@MyServer.Loc> wrote:

>"DRLev" <fake@ddress.tv> wrote in
>news:UGrqd.51475$g21.23569@fe1.texas.rr.com:
>
>> Word is that T7 is dead and not returning. I cannot verify
>> this on the Intelsat site, but it appears to be true. There
>> are no signals coming from the T7 location.
>>
><SNIPPED>
>
>The Telstar Family of birds is not having very good luck. T4 still has not
>been replaced and now T7. My memory is short, but I think there was another
>telstar bird that failed in the mid 90's. Two of them were power supply buss
>failures. They have not announced the cause of this failure yet. Probably
>another buss failure.
>
>uH

Could you imagine how hectic the satellite broadcast world would be if
T5 and T6 died at the same time? (Or maybe even just one, like T5.)
 
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IA-8 launches in mid December. It will occupy the 89
degree slot which was abandoned by T4

"Micro Henry" <uH@MyServer.Loc> wrote in message
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| "DRLev" <fake@ddress.tv> wrote in
| news:UGrqd.51475$g21.23569@fe1.texas.rr.com:
|
| > Word is that T7 is dead and not returning. I cannot verify
| > this on the Intelsat site, but it appears to be true. There
| > are no signals coming from the T7 location.
| >
| <SNIPPED>
|
| The Telstar Family of birds is not having very good luck. T4 still has not
| been replaced and now T7. My memory is short, but I think there was another
| telstar bird that failed in the mid 90's. Two of them were power supply buss
| failures. They have not announced the cause of this failure yet. Probably
| another buss failure.
|
| uH
|
|
 
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On Tue, 30 Nov 2004 11:53:57 -0600, Hoofum <lemm27nospam@yahoo.com>
wrote:


>Could you imagine how hectic the satellite broadcast world would be if
>T5 and T6 died at the same time? (Or maybe even just one, like T5.)



I would be rich!!! Lets hope!!!!
 
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On Sun, 28 Nov 2004 23:09:59 -0500, "AJW" <walleye1@madbbs.com> wrote:

>Does this mean that CG or others will be affected also. Thanks.
>

You ain't saying that still worked!!?



>"DRLev" <fake@ddress.tv> wrote in message
>news:2rtqd.51500$g21.31820@fe1.texas.rr.com...
>>
>> If T7 is programmed to the IA-13 position it will receive some of the
>> digital channels it was receiving at the T7 location. The B-Mania
>> channel and all of the channels in that MUX have moved to a different
>> frequency and hopefully will be redefined with the correct info soon.
>>
>>
>> "DRLev" <fake@ddress.tv> wrote in message
>> news:UGrqd.51475$g21.23569@fe1.texas.rr.com...
>> | Word is that T7 is dead and not returning. I cannot verify
>> | this on the Intelsat site, but it appears to be true. There
>> | are no signals coming from the T7 location.
>> |
>> | Most if not all of the T7 C-Band channels are migrating to
>> | IA-13 at 121.0°W.
>> |
>> | For 4DTV owners:
>> | The IPG people have been notified of the siuation and mapping
>> | info is being sent to them as it becomes available. I don't know
>> | when they will be in the office and don't know when or if the
>> | channels will be mapped to the new location(s).
>> |
>> |
>>
>>
>
 
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On Tue, 30 Nov 2004 19:16:24 -0500, kryppy <kryppy@gmail.cc> wrote:

>On Tue, 30 Nov 2004 11:53:57 -0600, Hoofum <lemm27nospam@yahoo.com>
>wrote:
>
>
>>Could you imagine how hectic the satellite broadcast world would be if
>>T5 and T6 died at the same time? (Or maybe even just one, like T5.)
>
>
>
>I would be rich!!! Lets hope!!!!

Be rich? Why? Do you have a bet or something? :)
 
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On Tue, 30 Nov 2004 22:53:53 -0600, Hoofum <lemm27nospam@yahoo.com>
wrote:

>On Tue, 30 Nov 2004 19:16:24 -0500, kryppy <kryppy@gmail.cc> wrote:
>
>>On Tue, 30 Nov 2004 11:53:57 -0600, Hoofum <lemm27nospam@yahoo.com>
>>wrote:
>>
>>
>>>Could you imagine how hectic the satellite broadcast world would be if
>>>T5 and T6 died at the same time? (Or maybe even just one, like T5.)
>>
>>
>>
>>I would be rich!!! Lets hope!!!!
>
>Be rich? Why? Do you have a bet or something? :)


I would be re pointing fixed dishes twenty or thirty a day for
commercial services.
 
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On Thu, 02 Dec 2004 07:21:25 -0500, kryppy <kryppy@gmail.cc> wrote:

>>>>Could you imagine how hectic the satellite broadcast world would be if
>>>>T5 and T6 died at the same time? (Or maybe even just one, like T5.)
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>I would be rich!!! Lets hope!!!!
>>
>>Be rich? Why? Do you have a bet or something? :)
>
>
>I would be re pointing fixed dishes twenty or thirty a day for
>commercial services.

Ohh, you're in the business. :)
 

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