This list includes C-band, Ku-band and Ka-band. Most meters, receivers and LNBs in use will not do Ka. This list includes all known transponders. Not all transponders are active.
TP: is Transponder Frequency
SR: is Symbol Rate
LO: is Local Oscillator
It is the oscillator used by your LNB or LNBF. It MUST match in your meter, so enter the same LO information from your LNB into your meter in the 'LO' field. Most LNBs have the LO printed on the label.
Common LO's are:
22KHz is used to switch between LOs on 2 LO (universal) LNBFs. Take a look at any spec sheet and it should tell you the LO frequencies and the output frequency. For example see the spec sheet on the famous Avenger PLL321S-2 LNBF. You will see the low band LO is 9.75 GHz and it covers 10.7 to 11.7 GHz. The high band LO is 10.6 GHz and it covers 11.7 to 12.75 GHz. So, the transponder frequency you are looking for determines which LO you should use.
When the 22KHz is OFF and selecting the low band frequency, 10.7 to 11.7 GHz (10700 to 11700 Mhz).
When the 22KHz is ON it is selecting the high band frequency, 11.7 to 12.75 GHz (11700 to 12750 MHz).
In the USA the common frequency range is 11.7 to 12.2 GHz. If you are using a universal LNBF, set the LO to 10600 and the 22KHz to ON.
22KHz OFF selects LO 09750. 22KHz ON selects LO 10600.FREE Satellite List Information