The changeover from Echostar 7 to Echostar 14 at the 119W satellite position has whacked some US Dish Network clients with a big stick, eliminating access to many channels across much of Mexico.
After moving Echostar 14 satellite into position to replace the old Echostar 7 at 119W, last week Dish Network started tightening up their broadcast coverage, allowing less signal to bleed south into Mexico from their “new” 119W satellite. Details on equipment and what works are in the full article. What a hobby.
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