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hats off to compiler of this interface
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after further testing tonight with scanning,I noticed that 12072 on amc 21 scans in as 11919,but,dvbviewer will not scan that frequency in and neither will transedit.


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I would like to take time to offer a Special Thank you to Crazycat for making this available. 

Let's give Props to the people who are working to make this available to folks, like the members here, for no charge.

Please do not be critical of things that you do not like about it, but give thanks as to what has been given to us.

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after further testing tonight with scanning,I noticed that 12072 on amc 21 scans in as 11919,but,dvbviewer will not scan that frequency in and neither will transedit.


Mack are you sure your LO is set correctly? That's around 150 Mhz off...same difference as 10600 and 10750....

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I know that 10E has "empty area" in range of transporders because of nearness of strong Eurobird on 9E.
It was only "pure" test to check how interface works.
Couldn't wait for blind scan interface I created many months ago my own "ini" files separately for H and V pol. with dedicated sr of 4936/5632/6111/6666 etc. For european satellites, broadcasting feeds typical ranges of frequency for feeds are:  10 700-11 800 and 12 400 -12 700.
In step of 4Mhz it makes 246 records in "ini" . It takes in dvbdream or altdvb 3min to perform whole range. So, checking for example sr of 6111  will take 6min in both pol. And it is only individual sr....
Now it can easily be compared how fast your interface is.
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I had another feedhunting technique before this BS software: I added almost all feed TPs parameters I found on satelliweb feedboard in .ini for AltDVB, and it sometimes helps me to find feeds. Now it's more easy and more precisely to do


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STBs: Openbox X810, Openbox X820, Dr.HD F16 Blue Edition.
DVB cards in use: Prof 7301, Prof 8000, TT S2-1600, Omicom S2 PCI rev.3 (STV0903BAB, STV0903BAC, STV0900AAC demods), Prof 7500, Skystar2 rev.2.6D, TT S-1401, TBS 5922, TBS 5925, TBS 6922.
DVB cards in reserve: Prof 7300, TBS 6921, X3M SU1600HD, X3M SPC1400HD, Acorp DS110, Acorp DS120, DVBWorld PCI2004D, DVBWorld USB2104D, TT S2-3200, SkyStar HD USB, SkyStar S2, Skystar2 rev.2.3, SB 340-USB, SB 540-PCI, Tevii S464/S470/S471/S660/S420
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quite good method...famous stanley cassidy... he is always on a line of duty, catching signals nights and days...
BTW
maybe this interface will improve stanley's fun ?, who knows...
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Batch Blind Scanning in BLScan

I have a couple of Coolsat 5000 receivers here that have a unique ability to do batch blind scans. Just tag the satellites in the list you want to scan, hit blind scan and it will move to the first sat, scan it, go to the second, scan it...etc all unattended.
With the newest version of BLScan with support for DiSEqC1.2 positioners(sorry this won't work for USALS motors) and a user definable wait-delay for the dish to move to its destination before scan begins...you can do the same thing.
You need to have ini files prepared for each satellite you would like to blind scan and store them in the folder with blscan.exe. Prepare a batch file in the Blscan folder, I call mine BatchScan.bat, you can call it anything you like, but, the extension needs to be .bat. Further up in this thread I mentioned how to start blscan from the command line with "blscan blscan-2711.ini" in this case Galaxy 28 is the satellite used(2711). The contents of my BatchScan.bat file looks like this:

@echo off

REM Galaxy 28 C Band
blscan blscan-2711.ini 

REM AMC 3 C Band
blscan blscan-2731.ini

REM  AMC 9 C Band
blscan blscan-2771.ini

Now when I double click BatchScan.bat, the dish moves to Galaxy 28 and blind scans the C Band side, writes the found transponders to the logs, then the dish moves to AMC 3 blindscans it...and on and on to however many satellite.ini files you have in your batch file.
I set the user definable wait delay to 8 seconds in BLScan.ini, but it depends on the speed of your actuator and the distance your dish needs to move to the next satellite, so you need to find what works for you.
I like to Blindscan for news feeds around the supper hour so now I can just start the program and come back a while later and see what was found. If you like to get real fancy, in WindowsXP(don't know about other flavours)click start, all programs, accessories,system tools, and in scheduled tasks you can set BatchScan.bat to run whenever you set it for, so you can still be at work when blscan is doing its thing and just check out the finds when you get home.
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Nice find, Starman!
For my shame I didn't guessed it myself
Thanks!

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STBs: Openbox X810, Openbox X820, Dr.HD F16 Blue Edition.
DVB cards in use: Prof 7301, Prof 8000, TT S2-1600, Omicom S2 PCI rev.3 (STV0903BAB, STV0903BAC, STV0900AAC demods), Prof 7500, Skystar2 rev.2.6D, TT S-1401, TBS 5922, TBS 5925, TBS 6922.
DVB cards in reserve: Prof 7300, TBS 6921, X3M SU1600HD, X3M SPC1400HD, Acorp DS110, Acorp DS120, DVBWorld PCI2004D, DVBWorld USB2104D, TT S2-3200, SkyStar HD USB, SkyStar S2, Skystar2 rev.2.3, SB 340-USB, SB 540-PCI, Tevii S464/S470/S471/S660/S420
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ACRadio
i'll double check after dinner,but,i'm pretty sure it is set to 10750

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thanks CRAZYCAT


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Personally, I'm having a ball with this software...I am integrating BLScan with a separate copy of Transedit. When I do a scan it tosses the transponder file into a folder with the copy of Transedit. I just start Transedit and analyze any of the signals it finds immediately to see what's there.

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I have removed some posts that I feel were not productive or needed in this thread.  I will continue to moderate and edit posts in this forum as I feel the need.


Thanks, Rick.


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I have started testing new build. Saturday is the best day for playing, there are a lot of feeds on 7E/10E/12.5W and others.
Thank's Crazycat for info.
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darn, had been busy and not checked this forum out for a while (why isn't this on dvbn?). Are there any (legal) ramifications for developers to include this stuff in their dvb apps using the supplied streamreader.dll? Doesn't look like much work and could render .ini files obsolete (maybe)
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Fellow Members, your posts are welcome here! Do not worry about posting everything perfect. Different receivers and LNB's will give you different Frequencies and Symbol Rates. Some set top boxes, PCI cards and USB receivers, Do Not Require all of the same information that others may need. It is not Required to post everything that others may need to tune in a feed. It is just most important to share the find. We can always adjust the Frequency and Symbol Rates and try the various Modulations and FEC's on our own receivers until we get a lock and then give a polite reply with what works for your receiver, as that information might help others as well. We all appreciate the efforts and energy of the Posters!

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