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iggy57

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Hello everyone.

I seem to have lost signal for channel RTP
On satellite 97 w.

Anyone else having problems and know what might be going on.

Thanks

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mediaeater

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According to their web site, RTPI has moved from 12 059,5 MHz:

A partir de 14 de agosto a recepção via satélite passa a ter a seguinte configuração:

Galaxy 19 – Banda KU
Posição Orbital: 97° Oeste
Transponder: K26
Frequência: 12 125,5 MHz
Polirização: Horizontal
Modulação: QPSK

Formato: DVB Video Mpeg2, áudio Mpeg 1 layer II

FEC: ¾

Symbol Rate: 20,4667 MSymbols/s

PID Video: 2001

PID Áudio: 3001

PID RDPi (estéreo): 4001
iggy57

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Well that explains it !!

Thank you very much .

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mediaeater

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You're welcome.

Some of the international public broadcasters are good about posting accurate satellite frequency info (as well as program schedules). It's nice to feel they actually care about us viewers/listeners.


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