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SES1 @ 101W
11860 H 30000 pid 10

I can't get anything out of this one yet?
Or has it been mentioned before?
I'm getting one big substream
Thought I would post it.

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SES1 @ 101W
11860 H 30000 pid 10

I can't get anything out of this one yet?
Or has it been mentioned before?
I'm getting one big substream
Thought I would post it.


I have that trandsponder listed as a Hughesnet transponder.  Haven't checked it out for quite a while though, and PID 10 doesn't seem right for Hughesnet, ie usually 300 and 400, so maybe it has changed??? 

EDIT:  I just checked it out, and it certainly has changed re what I had listed, although my entries on that sat are from May 2013. 

? Maybe Hughesnet testing a new format??? 


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I had that mux listed as Mega Cosmos, so I think it had FTA channels in it at one time.
IPCleaner accepts the format, but it appears to be encrypted.
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OK thanks Guys for the info, I just got Bluzee's script running here on my new install maybe for the heck of it I'll let it run for a while
and see if anything happens.

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I had it as showing "AOL" in the NIT at some point, which usually means Hughesnet, and I'm pretty sure that it had PIDs of 300/400 or 301/401.  I probably didn't confirm it in the list of Hughesnet transponders though.  About a year or two ago, I checked close to a dozen of that type transponder, and found them in the list, but I didn't check all of them.  I just now looked at
http://montanatom.wpengine.com/wp-content/uploads/HughesNet_Satellite_Antenna_Transponder_Listing_090914.pdf
, and it's not listed as a Hughesnet transponder that's being used, and I also checked an older file from July 2013, and it's not listed there either.  So I may have made a mistake last year, assuming that it still had the same content it used to, without checking.  I guess this also destroys my assumption that all transponders with this basic PID structure were Hughesnet, because the Hughesnet transponder list doesn't mention any transponders at all on SES1, and there are still a few that have that same basic structure.  

Photoman;   When you ID'd it as Mega Cosmos, do you remember what PIDs were in use?  What is Mega Cosmos?

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I don't have the pid info.  Mega Cosmos was what I titled the mux in TransEdit.
Mega Cosmos is a Greek channel.

I looked at Lyngsat using the Wayback Machine.
On January 2013 it showed the transponder as "Home2US"



http://home2us.com/b2c/
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OK, thanks.   I just checked an older 2010 version of my own spreadsheet, and it agrees with you and Lyngsat.  I was seeing that as a regular DVB video HOME2US mux back then too, not as IP data, and it did have that Mega Cosmos channel you mentioned. 

I looked in the wayback thing for Lyngsat back in 2012, and it had the same mux listed there as regular video there too. 

But in that Jan 2013 period, they don't have any channels or A/V PIDs listed, so it may have switched to IP/DVB?

then in May, 2013  when my spreadsheet listed it as Hughesnet, Lyngsat doesn't have the transponder listed anymore.
  
Then I found another early 2014 copy of my spreadsheet that doesn't have anything listed on that transponder. 


  So I'm confused.  I'm starting to think that in May 2013 I might have been on G16, where there IS an 11860 Hughesnet transponder, and thought I was on SES1.  

  Anyway, sorry for confusing the topic.  I probably was on the wrong sat back then.

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I recorded it several times in Linux with Bluzee's script that runs non stop, and keep getting one big "<file>.data.mpg" file that won't play
11gig, 8gig, 3 gig recordings. So maybe its encrypted I guess like Photoman said. Whatever it is?

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I it's not listed as a Hughesnet transponder


first, thanks for the hughesnet list that is updated. The site I went to for those haven't had it updated since 2010. I'll have to keep my eye on that site for all future updates.

Second, I think it was too new to be listed in the file link you gave. It was an empty transponder in August and when I came across it again in late September, this signal was there. I bet it will show up in a near future Hughesnet transponder listing.



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I found another like the one above, but its on AMC 9. Same thing pid 10, ipcleaner can process it but I get one big
file.

AMC9 12041 H 30000 pid 10

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