@Donde I’m new at this. I am learning.
Here’s the Lyngsat listing for Galaxy 19
11842 H is the second listing under Ku for G19. But it says TP6. This is the 6th transponder.
And, the frequency is the center frequency (not the start) of that transponder’s carrier.
11836 V is the first listing for G19. Note this is TP5.
11867 V is the third listing for G19. Note this is TP7.
11898 V is the fourth listing for G19. Note this is TP9.
So the pattern I’m seeing is that the odd transponders are Vertical and the even transponders are Horizontal polarization. The vertical transponders are 31 MHz apart from each other. And there’s 6 MHz between TP5 and TP6.
If the pattern holds…
TP1 11774 V
TP2 11780 H
TP3 11805 V
TP4 11811 H
TP5 11836 V
TP6 11842 H
TP7 11867 V
TP8 11873 H
TP9 11898 V
TP10 11904 H
So if I want to find transponder 6, I need to tune to 11842 MHz (cf) - 10750 MHz (lo) = 1092 MHz.
Did I miss something?
So I will re-aim my raw LNB in the direction of G19 and will see what I get.