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Technical Support

Moody Radio has a strong tradition of providing quality technical support to affiliates.

XDS-PRO Satellite System

Moody Radio uses the XDS-PROQ satellite receiver system, including the XDS-PRO1Q and XDS-PRO4Q satellite receivers. 

Order Information
Moody Radio affiliates can order the X-Digital Systems XDS-PRO1Q and XDS-PRO4Q satellite receivers from our preferred vendor, Satellite Engineering Group (SEG). Contact direct at (913) 375-1114. 

XDS-PRO Operational Documents for Affiliates:

 Tech Specs - XDS-PROQ Frequency Update, 04-13-2016

 Terminal Program PuTTY Instructions for XDS-PROQ SES-2 Frequency Update 04-13-2016

 XDS-PRO Quick Start Guide

 Network Configuration Data Sheet for Moody Radio

 Special Receiver Notes for Moody Radio

 Moody Radio Relay Assignments

 Christian Radio Consortium Channels Available on the XDS-PROQ  

 XDS-PRO Receiver Command Table

 Tips for Direct Connections with XDS-PRO Receivers

 XDS-PRO "Store & Forward" Introduction

 Amb-OS User Interface for Moody Radio XDS-PRO File Transfers

 Step by Step Instructions for XDS Time-Shifting of Programs

 Current Manual, XDS-PRO4Q, XDS-PRO1Q

Unity 4000

Moody Radio was a founding member of the Christian Radio Consortium, which resulted in most Christian radio networks adopting the UNITY 4000 digital satellite receiver as a standard operating platform. Since its Fall 1999 deployment, Moody Radio used the UNITY 4000 to deliver programming over two stereo satellite channels from 1999 to April 1, 2013. Moody Radio's satellite channels are now exclusively available on the XDS-PROQ (see above). The UNITY 4000 and UNITY 4600 receivers can still be used to receive the noncommercial SRN News, for which Moody Radio is the exclusive marketing agent.

More information on the UNITY 4000 can be found on the receiver manufacturer’s website.

Short-term emergency rentals of UNITY 4000 and XDS-PROQ satellite receivers are available through Moody Radio. For more information, call Dave Woodworth at (312) 329-4435 or e-mail dave.woodworth@moody.edu


ACCUWatch helps Moody affiliates have true “autopilot” status for times when the radio station is unattended. The service is an exclusive continuous control point for Automatic Transmission Systems (ATS).


Primary Satellite Carrier
SES-2 (formerly known as AMC-3) (87 degrees W Longitude), Transponder 17 (Horizontal Polarity)

Secondary Satellite Carrier
AMC-8 (139 degrees W Longitude), Transponder 17 (Vertical Polarity)

In addition to the primary satellite carrier, Moody Radio added a service originally designed to serve our Alaskan affiliates, but which is also available to the continental United States. This feed of the Moody-1 carrier also uses the XDS-PRO1Q and XDS-PRO4Q receivers. This service may also be of interest to stations with one or more regional radio networks with satellite dishes aimed at AMC-8. For more information e-mail moodyradio@moody.edu or call 1-800-621-7031.