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photoman76

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The two Olympusat muxes on Galaxy 23 are moving to SES 1.
They are both up in their new location.

SES 1

4060 H 29270  DCII
TBN and God TV are in ZK mode
I can't determine if the others are FP or Subscription mode

3900 H 30000
DVB-S2 8psk
5/6 FEC
Pilot ON
General Instruments encryption



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Hillsong - Juce - Smile of a child - Sbn - Ewtn - and one channel that says no signal, are all in FP mode.
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My last post is for the 4060H 29270 DC2
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The two Olympusat muxes on Galaxy 23 are moving to SES 1.
They are both up in their new location.

SES 1

4060 H 29270  DCII
TBN and God TV are in ZK mode
I can't determine if the others are FP or Subscription mode

3900 H 30000
DVB-S2 8psk
5/6 FEC
Pilot ON
General Instruments encryption



On the 3900H 30000 s2 8psk TP 10 im getting 9 channels in fp mode i dont think these are GI encryipted? This seems to be DC2 . SBN - COWBOY channel - RFD TV - CUBA Play+ GH tv - Love world - and a few infomercials - and one channel with color bars .

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From TSReader:

CAT Version Number: 0
Descriptor: CA Descriptor
CA System ID: 18249 (0x4749) General Instrument
CA PID 4089 (0x0ff9)
CA private data: 01 c1 80 00 06 00 01 00 00 ff ff

Basically General Instruments = DC2 

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Ok , i was really starting to wonder about this new to me Moto Dsr 6050...
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Photoman, i have a total 21 channel's in the 3900H mux. Is that what you've got?
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what I see here... Added the ability to parse the DC2 service Names to these DC2 muxes over DVB-S2
earlier in the summer to UDL's updateDVB program. 101w-3900h30000.png 


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Home Brew Polarotor683 Servo circuit. Openbox S9, Prof7500, v4l-updatelee linux drivers installed.
ricardo's geo-orbit archive: https://web.archive.org/web/20150516202529/http://www.geo-orbit.org:80/sizepgs/tuningp2.html#anchor469886
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what I see here... Added the ability to parse the DC2 service Names to these DC2 muxes over DVB-S2
earlier in the summer to UDL's updateDVB program.
I cant make out your pic on my 3G junk cell phone with a 3 1/4 inch screen. If i download TSreader can i run it without the web hooked up to my laptop and Dsr 6050? I dont have the web here, just a junk phone. Im running the 6050 on VLC.

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JJ,
Edited post for inline Pic instead of an attachment. Maybe you will be able to see that one?
To receive these type of signals all you need is a computer and a DVB-S2 capable Tuner card.
No internet is required.
To view is another story, but you know that[biggrin]

Another good example is the scripps Mux of 97W. Which unlike this one of course can be viewed. But it is also DCII over DVB-S2.

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ricardo's geo-orbit archive: https://web.archive.org/web/20150516202529/http://www.geo-orbit.org:80/sizepgs/tuningp2.html#anchor469886
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Yeah majortom the pic is larger but still a blur. Thanx for the other info.
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Odd, looks fine on my iPhone.
Time to get with the program and get a new phone JJ.

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Yeah, no kidding, one with a mobile hot spot! :-\
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JJ,
Edited post for inline Pic instead of an attachment. Maybe you will be able to see that one?
To receive these type of signals all you need is a computer and a DVB-S2 capable Tuner card.
No internet is required.


J.J,
Because you have a laptop, you would have to use a usb version DVB-S2 Tuner box.
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J.J,
Because you have a laptop, you would have to use a usb version DVB-S2 Tuner box.
Roger
Yeah Roger ive known about the usb boxes for some years now. I think im going to wait tell i see a TBS UHD box on the market. I hope that Rick gets some in soon! On the flip side i was thinking that i could do Tsreader with my laptop thru gig-e on the 6050. But i guess thats a for sure no go so ive been told....? Ps majortom thanx for your last reply.

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