US Warships jamming Lebanon Internet

denys at visp.net.lb denys at visp.net.lb
Mon Feb 14 05:15:39 CST 2011


 On Sat, 12 Feb 2011 21:58:22 -0500, Marshall Eubanks wrote:
> On Feb 12, 2011, at 5:55 PM, denys at visp.net.lb wrote:
>
>> On Sat, 12 Feb 2011 11:39:59 -1000, Michael Painter wrote:
>>> denys at visp.net.lb wrote:
>>>> On Tue, 08 Feb 2011 12:53:14 -0600, Jack Bates wrote:
>>>>> On 2/8/2011 7:41 AM, Denys Fedoryshchenko wrote:
>>>>>> It is PLL LNB, one carrier, we are using full transponder 36 
>>>>>> Mhz.
>>>>>> There is
>>>>>> almost no other users on this satellite (inclined more than 1.5
>>>>>> degree), and
>>>>>> other carriers center frequency 100Mhz away.
>>>>>>
>>>>> Since no one else will, "I blame solar flares!"
>>>>>
>>>>> Jack
>>>> I am monitoring solar activity, getting info from NOAA. No 
>>>> correlation.
>>>
>>> Have you been able to get any assistance from the uplink/teleport 
>>> noc
>>> or the satellite operator?
>> Yes, for sure.
>> Satellite operator doesn't provide much help, but uplink proposed 
>> for us some plan to solve all this issues.
>> Already we implement temporary solution, and things at least stable 
>> now, plus it seems interference is lower somehow few last days.
>>
>>
>
> Here is a dumb idea that I have actually seen cause problems :
>
> Is it possible that the declination of the satellite from your
> location is the same as the Sun right now ? That will cause up to
> several hours of interruption every mid-day. The clue is that the
> shadow of the receiver box is in the center of the dish (for prime
> focus mounts).
>
> You might be surprised how many times this has caught people, so I
> thought I would mention it.
>
 Usually we are preparing for solar interference before 1-2 month, and 
 we know exactly when it will stop :-)
 Plus it is happening max 10-15 minutes per day, and i had complete 
 outage for few days.






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