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Severe Weather and Excessive Rain in the Ohio and Tennessee Valley; Dangerous Heat in the South

Widespread strong to severe thunderstorms may produce large hail, damaging wind gusts, a few tornadoes, and flash flooding across parts of the lower Missouri Valley into the Ohio and Tennessee Valleys. Dangerous and potentially record-breaking heat continues across parts of Texas, the western Gulf Coast, southern Florida, and Puerto Rico. Read More >

National Weather Service (NWS)
Satellite Broadcast Network (SBN)/NOAAPORT Configuration

 

C-Band Service
Satellite: G-31 (Galaxy - 31)
Orbital Location: 121° West
Transponder: CH16/CV16 36MHz C band
Downlink Polarization (from G31 to remote receive only sites): Vertical
Transponder Downlink Center Frequency: 4020MHz


Remote Site Receiver Configuration for All NWS products
Receiver: Novra S300N DVB-S2 Receiver (or similar)
Configuration for DVB-S2 Full Transponder Operation

 
IP Address: User Defined
Subnet Mask: User Defined
Default Gateway: User Defined
Symbol Rate: 30 Msps
RF Frequency: 1130 MHz
LO Frequency: 0 MHz
PID(s)/Channels: 101, 102, 103, 104, 105,106, 107,108, 150, 151
LNB Power: OFF
Polarity: Vertical/Right
Band: High
Enable IGMP Filtering: OFF
Unicast Status Packet: 255.255.255.255
Default password: User Defined
FEC Type: DVB-S2
Modulation/Coding: 16PSK 2/3
ISI: 18



Remote Site Receiver Configuration for NOAA Weather Wire Service (NWWS) products only
Receiver: Novra S300N DVB-S2 Receiver (or similar)
Configuration for DVB-S2 Full Transponder Operation

IP Address: User Defined
Subnet Mask: User Defined
Default Gateway: User Defined
Symbol Rate: 30 Msps
RF Frequency: 1130 MHz
LO Frequency: 0 MHz
PID/Channel: 201
LNB Power: OFF
Polarity: Vertical/Right
Band: High
Enable IGMP Filtering: OFF
Unicast Status Packet: 255.255.255.255
Default password: User Defined
FEC Type: DVB-S2
Modulation/Coding: QPSK 1/3
ISI: 2