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Problem with setting up a hot bird 6/8/9

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  • Level 2  
    Hello!
    As in the subject I have a problem with setting the satellite on hot bird 6/8/9.
    The problem lies in this and I managed to set it and there was a signal strength of 69% and 50% quality so much that it was not able to install programs (it says there is no signal despite the signal was) so I decided to reset the decoder to the default settings and now I can not set satellites back to the one on which was signal, I have to choose satellites such as 13.0E hot bird, 19.2E Astra, 4.8E Astra4, 9E Eutelsat 9, 0.8W Thor, 7.8E Eutelsat 7, 28.2E Astra2, 4.0W Amos, 16.0E Eutelsat 16 and on none of them shows any signal strength. I also tried to set the antenna on 13.0E hot bird but I did not find the signal. I live in Germany near Dusseldorf.
    So my question is, can I somehow come back to this satellite hot bird 6/8/9 or do I have to set the antenna again?
    The decoder has a HD5000 digital video
    Frequency set to 11158 Symbol Rate 27500 Vertical polarization FEC Automatic
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  • Level 43  
    So spin the canopy until you show strength and quality and then search.
  • Network and Internet Specialist
    Grubasek10928 wrote:
    I managed to set it up and there was a signal strength of 69% and 50% quality so much that it was not possible to install programs (it was said that there was no signal despite the signal was

    No - you did not set anything.
    Every few satellites the transponder parameters are repeated - what you hit was not HotBird.
  • Level 2  
    I encountered a similar problem. I live in Spain in Valencia. And I tried to set the antenna myself on Hotbird 13. But the decoder does not catch the signal. A trip to a friend who has an antenna set up on the Hotbird, I connected the decoder and also does not catch the signal.
    HD6000 digital decoder polsat.
  • Level 2  
    KOCUREK1970 wrote:
    metiuesp wrote:
    but the decoder does not catch the signal.

    No decoder only the antenna receives the signal.
    An ordinary 60 cm antenna can be too small there.



    Yes, I understand. So it's better to have a bigger antenna? At 60 cm on a colleague he receives the range from Hotbird. And with him I connected the decoder and there was no signal either, 0%.
  • Network and Internet Specialist
    metiuesp wrote:
    At 60 cm on a colleague he receives the range from Hotbird.

    A colleague what is the antenna there?
    metiuesp wrote:
    And with him I connected the decoder and there was no signal either, 0%.

    Perhaps your decoder is damaged, or your colleague's other configuration of his antenna.
  • Level 2  
    KOCUREK1970 wrote:
    metiuesp wrote:
    At 60 cm on a colleague he receives the range from Hotbird.

    A colleague what is the antenna there?
    metiuesp wrote:
    And with him I connected the decoder and there was no signal either, 0%.

    Perhaps your decoder is damaged, or your colleague's other configuration of his antenna.


    A colleague has an ordinary 60. The decoder is new and tested in poland and works. Maybe his antenna is not well set, I do not know, I will try.
    I only have a question, if we set the antenna on the Hotbird, this signal is only one or can it be that you need to better set the antenna? Because like a friend on a normal set-top box, he has a signal and on this from a digital polysat he shows that there is no signal.
  • Network and Internet Specialist
    metiuesp wrote:
    this signal is only one or can it be that you need to better set the antenna?

    The antenna must be set precisely, preferably using a meter.
    metiuesp wrote:
    Because like a friend on a normal set-top box, he has a signal and on this from a digital polysat he shows that there is no signal.

    And what equipment does this colleague have, what does he receive, what is this "normal" decoder?
  • Level 2  
    KOCUREK1970 wrote:
    metiuesp wrote:
    this signal is only one or can it be that you need to better set the antenna?

    The antenna must be set precisely, preferably using a meter.
    metiuesp wrote:
    Because like a friend on a normal set-top box, he has a signal and on this from a digital polysat he shows that there is no signal.

    And what equipment does this colleague have, what does he receive, what is this "normal" decoder?


    The antenna was set up without a meter but it does not pick up channels too well, everything works without a problem, you only have to tune the signal. Thank you for your help, I already thought something with the set-up happened. Greetings.