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ACRadio

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CBS Galaxy 16 PDF file updated...

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What is Fox News and FBN using for the HD feeds?

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Attached is a PDF with the new(er) CNN Newsource 87W and 99W DSNG paths.  These are effective 10/2011.

Enjoy!

 
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Thanks bfelts!

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>>bfelts Do you have  a pdf for FOX NEWS, like you have  for cnn>post#18?
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How accurate is the information on pdfs considering the dates on the posts?
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Someone posted this recently...it has all the network DSNG slots. I looked back to see who posted it to give proper credit but couldn't find it...whoever posted it you know who you are.....[smile]

 
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Someone posted this recently...it has all the network DSNG slots. I looked back to see who posted it to give proper credit but couldn't find it...whoever posted it you know who you are.....[smile]


Here are a few observations since the listings in that compilation came out.

CNN's preferred HD 8PSK parameters have become 4.249 Msym/s for the symbol rate and 5/6 or 3/4 for the FEC.

NBC and NBC stations have mostly stopped using AMC-9. Most of the sorts of NBC station news feeds that used to be there have shifted to AMC-1. In addition, since the NBC chart in the compilation was created, news feeds on all the listed AMC-1 transponders (15, 17, 19, 21, 23) have been primarily using the 6 MHz HD parameters shown. News feeds with the 6 MHz SD parameters are still seen on AMC-1 too, but they are becoming more and more rare.

The CBS Newspath video channel listed on the bottom of the CBS chart has changed frequencies and is now in HD. The coordinates are 11765/V/4000. I'm also not entirely sure that the transponder 23 frequencies are still in active use. If they are, they aren't used very much at all these days. I do sometimes see CBS stations use lower horizontal frequencies, though, like around 11900 MHz, so maybe CBS traded one horizontal transponder for another.

The Hearst stations still use Galaxy 28, as indicated under the ABC charts, but I can't recall in recent years seeing ABC or ABC stations not owned by Hearst routinely using that satellite for news feeds.

Going forward, we might see an accelerating trend of decreased use of satellite for news events due to the improving cellular - and, in some cases, Ka-band - bandwidth technologies described in this recent article. Now there's a lot of marketing hype in that article, but the point is, new technologies, products, and infrastructure continue to come together to replace satellite for live news shots.
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Would there be any up-dated SR numbers for 99w/FN?..good job,Thanks
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The Fox News chart still seems accurate. Most of their feeds from the field use the HD parameters with the 4.375 symbol rate. They tend to be weaker for me than the CBS and CNN feeds also on Galaxy 16.
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Ya, I have the same problem with my 90cm getting the weeker signals,may up grade to 120!Thanks
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Going forward, we might see an accelerating trend of decreased use of satellite for news events due to the improving cellular - and, in some cases, Ka-band - bandwidth technologies described in this recent article. Now there's a lot of marketing hype in that article, but the point is, new technologies, products, and infrastructure continue to come together to replace satellite for live news shots.

Agreed. I run across a lot of local media through work, the trend in this area seems to be LiveU technology since there are a lot of hills and valleys that make microwave hookups impossible. For some of the long-duration remotes like sporting events, and for some locations with poor cell service (yes dead spots still exist in 2015) that's when they seem to use the satellite uplink.

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UPDATED CBS Galaxy 16

 
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Here's the latest Fox News chart. There's been some changes to the signal parameters and also the creation of a two channel live video service for local Fox stations.

pdf Fox News DSNG Frequencies 052115.pdf    

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Ever since the changeover from AMC-1 to SES-3, I've been seeing a lot more CNN remote Ku feeds on SES-3 vertical than I've seen on Galaxy 16 Ku.
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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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