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Zulu

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Type of Dish used on Winegard Travler SK1000

28 September 2014 - 03:51 PM

Is a DISH 1000 or 1000.2 used?


National (Federal) Park Statistics

20 September 2014 - 09:00 PM

Just finished a long data-gathering project on our National Park system . . .

  • Data was gathered on 1540 Federal parks and 80,142 campsites from Reserve America (www.reserveamerica.com).
     
  • Parks were ranked using the latest (Sept 2014) reviews from RV Park Reviews (www.rvparkreviews.com).
     
  • However, on average, 58% of all park reviews were older than 1 year.
     
  • On average 52% of all Federal campsites were at least 40 feet long, but a number of reviewers mentioned bad or winding park roads in Federal parks.
     
  • Verizon was the most mentioned successful cell service. AT&T was a distant 2nd place, Sprint a very distant 3rd, and T-Mobile not at all.

For a summary, see my Federal Park data.


Lifeline Batteries Tech Manual

15 September 2014 - 03:50 PM

From another forum: Technical Manual for Lifeline Batteries. A good read even if you don't own Lifelines.

DISH Winegard Travler Survey

13 July 2014 - 07:33 PM

Those of you on the road with DISH Winegard Travlers, I'd like to see what kind of signal strengths you're getting . . .

 

 

DISH Receiver type:

 

Your Location (city, state):

 

110 strength:

 

119 strength:

 

129 strength:


DISH Releases Wireless Hopper/Joey Solution

26 June 2014 - 07:01 PM

DISH's new Wireless Access Point sets up its own WiFi 802.11ac network and can network with 3 Wireless Joeys. Very handy for RVs as this allows 2 to 4 TVs.
 
Hopper/Joey/Super Joey/Wireless Joey Anatomy
 
Wireless Hopper/Joey Networking