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MULTICHOICE TV - PAS 7/10 Pacific

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Apr 26th, 2006 at 8:33am  
Would anyone have an idea of whether it is possible to watch Multichoice beamed signals over the PAS 7/10 satellite in Papua New Guinea. What dish size would you install... I am from Zimbabwe and have a Multichoice account which I can fund from here and thus use my smart card and decorder here in PNG (if possible - with my Zim settings). I want to know whether its possible to do so. Please help.
The theory I am using here ithat if I am in the satellite's footprint, then because I have an account with Multichoice in Zim, then I can pick the signal here... Does it make sense???
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Reply #1 - May 6th, 2006 at 10:58pm  
For a footprint coverage click on the link below

http://www.panamsat.com/global_network/pas10_c.asp

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Reply #2 - Feb 12th, 2008 at 5:18pm  
Of course you can, as long as you are in the footprint, just make sure you are using the correct lat, and long for your azimuth, and elevation, you'll need a c band size reflector (2-3 meters) and a dual mode LNB
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