No, but I do see percentage of frame lock for various receiver.
The important point to understand is there is no “100%” in this kinda setup. At all. I have three receivers setup. One is at 100% lock, second one remains at around 97% lock and the third one due to h/w issues - its only at 50% lock.
Some users have good instincts about positioning, interference, etc. They get high SNR and high lock %. Others don’t and some times don’t get the same. Some live in areas with high local interference.
Bigger antenna is not an option. We tried a bigger antenna and its definitely a problem for most users.
Stronger signal is a possibility, but at this stage, this is what we have. We live in a world where even servers in datacenters are built to not be very reliable, and we make up the slack in software. This was done cause it was realized throwing more money at hardware reliability was inefficient use of money. That same applies here.
While throwing more power at it is one option, its also very expensive, and we need to chose between more power behind lesser bits or less power behind more bits. If we can recover enough data using software erasure coding, we might be able to deliver higher bitrates even with lower signal levels. So its not an simple “100% received packets” kinda scenario at all. Even your local FM station doesn’t manage to deliver all “frames”. And its just a couple miles away - our satellite is 36,000 KM away.
Militaries of the world have unlimited money and resources - including their own satellites. We definitely are not in that bracket. (yet ).
Broadcasting is done by many, and its a solved problem. But remember that broadcasting is of media content - which is loss-tolerant by nature - cause even if our satellite tv channel glitches, we just keep watching the next scene. If you have DTH or Satellite Radio, I am sure you have noticed how frequently it glitches - and those are extreme glitches that even the human senses notice. Notice that those channels also have very high link budgets!
Filecasting like we do is a whole different ball game, and to the best of my knowledge, no one has reached as far as we have in operationalizing it - and definitely not with our kinda inexpensive receiver and small antenna.
FEC can only do so much - FEC was again designed with broadcasting in mind.
So no matter what - file reception will remain at less than 100% probability of success. And our system design reflects that.