On 07/18/2012 02:35 PM, Niall O Broin wrote:
> On 18 Jul 2012, at 14:24, Timothy Murphy wrote:
>> On Wednesday 18 July 2012 13:30:11 Steven Kavanagh wrote:
>>>>> You could check out the following:
>>>http://www.saorview.ie/about-saorview/saorsat/>>>>>> Saorsat is a Satellite Saorview service meant for those people that can't
>>> get coverage or Saorview in Ireland... it's exactly the same thing only
>>> broadcast through a Satellite.
>> Thanks very much.
>> I'll check that out -
>> I'm not sure if I have my dish properly set up at the moment.
>>>> I didn't know about Saorstat;
> It was news to me too but it's a nice idea to enable 100% coverage of Ireland which the terrestrial antennae don't give. But I reckon receiving it inn Italy will be challenging. At the very least you'll have to repoint your existing dish.
>It depends on where you are in Italy. For sure, you can get all the
normal channels via freesat and the normal sky dish. In the south of
France you can get it with line of sight and a larger dish, as the
satellite becomes lower in the sky the father away you are.
This guy has it working in Modena
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