Looking forward to have a DATV-QSO with you. 35cms and legal limit in Germany. That's a challenge.
I can decode up to -4dB to the beacon, so you might have a chance.
I'm ready with the same level you can transmit with 1 MSym/s. It's just a question of removing the "insect-savers" from the exhaust-pipes for the fans.
A screenshot of that setup including the MER and VBR would be most interesting, as I doubt that.
not with a FEC of 2/3, maybe 1/4. And you will struggle to receive your own signal with that size. Even the beacon is almost impossible to receive with that dish-size.
And finally, with a FEC 1/4 your video is limited to thumbnail-size.
125 KSym/s or less will work. For thumbnails
I really recommend a bigger dish than 60cms. With 60cm you really need much power to get a DATV-signal readable, even for you.
You should try to get a dish with at least 1m, better 1,2m. With that dish-size, you'll be able to transmit with 250- 333 kSym/s and a FEC of 2/3 with approx. 20 watts.
no offense taken by me, and I'm pretty sure, no offense is taken by SG-Labs. Just lean back and be surprised what piece of electronics art you receive. His goods are masterclass.
OK, communication is an issue, the goods are not.
Some people are focused in communication, others build fine goods.
So all good
Sometimes LZ5HP does need time to answer. More business, less answers. I had no answer after 4 weeks done my payment, but my transverter arrived as promised.
So lean back and don't bomb him with emails. Eastern European hate that.
if you reduce the distance between reflector and patch, you will have less circular polarisation. So in your case, it doesn't matter, if you have mounted the patch the wrong way. With almost 20dB match, it is linear.
I am using a Spectrian PA with approx. 70 watts and don't have any influence to the X-band. So the problem belongs to the Pollin-LNB itself. With either a Rocket-LNB, or a modified Octagon OQSLG, all works well.
LimeSDR mini macht 0 dBm.
From my point of view,
this was a simple test to stress the transponders by enemies of Qatar. Imagine, if a secret service will use the ultra-sensitive transponders for sending burst with secret messages...
To affect the ALC in such a case, you really need power and gain from the antenna.
A simple WiFi-jammer is using noise, not a high-speed pulse signal.
I could recall, when Nilesat became on air, we had the same issues during the first month.
Just my 2 cents,
same observations here. I also can see a general degradation of the signals, except C/N.
But, as we had massive storms over here (peak 122 km/h), I can't be sure, that my dishes are still aligned properly.
The "sweeps" look to me, as somebody is trying to optimize a feed with higher power.
Keep in mind, I was able to make a SSB-QSO with a 75cm dish @ 40mW. So this might be anything.
PS.: Measured with a "raped" CMU-200
as long he only transmits lyrics, I am fine with that. Callsign, yes or no. The problem will rise, if it will get political.
The satellite is covering a lot of regions which are critical. Let's hope, non of them discovers this one as a proper medium, as the downlink is easy to receive.
Either Leila, or an active notch might be a solution.
As we transmit up to the sky, worst in the WLAN area, it is from my point of view almost impossible to discover the transmitter.
We have to keep our fingers crossed, that it doesn't get worst.
Just my 2 cents...