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photoman76

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There is a Discovery DCII mux on Galaxy 13 (G9).
4140 H 29270

My DVBTech card shows these channels:

TLC East  - Program 1
TLC Canada - Program 2
Bars DNA2 - Program 3
Animal Planet East - Program 4
Own East - Program 5
Discovery East - Program 7

I have no video, so it's either in FP mode or Subscription mode.
I no longer have my Digitrans DTE 7150 and my 922 doesn't have these channels mapped in.  I can't tell if they are in FP mode or not.

This is the new location for the mux currently on AMC 10.
https://www.nctconline.org/index.php/programming/technical-notices/item/1104-discovery-networks-satellite-change

AMC 10 is nearing end of life and many services have moved to other satellites.

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Originally Posted by photoman76

There is a Discovery DCII mux on Galaxy 13 (G9).
4140 H 29270

My DVBTech card shows these channels:

TLC East  - Program 1
TLC Canada - Program 2
Bars DNA2 - Program 3
Animal Planet East - Program 4
Own East - Program 5
Discovery East - Program 7

I have no video, so it's either in FP mode or Subscription mode.
I no longer have my Digitrans DTE 7150 and my 922 doesn't have these channels mapped in.  I can't tell if they are in FP mode or not.

This is the new location for the mux currently on AMC 10.
https://www.nctconline.org/index.php/programming/technical-notices/item/1104-discovery-networks-satellite-change

AMC 10 is nearing end of life and many services have moved to other satellites.


Hi,
I can not help you because my dsr4530 can see the signal, but can not map it because it can only see the dc2-s not dc2-s2. Someone that has dsr4410md or dsr6000 series can tell if the tp is in FP. The dsr905, dsr920, and dsr922 are all dc2-s units. That was my next planned investment, to get a dc2-s2 unit.
Roger
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Hi,
I can not help you because my dsr4530 can see the signal, but can not map it because it can only see the dc2-s not dc2-s2. Someone that has dsr4410md or dsr6000 series can tell if the tp is in FP. The dsr905, dsr920, and dsr922 are all dc2-s units. That was my next planned investment, to get a dc2-s2 unit.
Roger


The signal is regular dc2-s not dc2-s2.  
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Interesting! LyngSat lists it as DVB-S2 Digiciher (my term is dc2-s2) and its' rate is 30000-3/4 8PSK. Are they playing with this tp? Are you getting readings that lead you to believe it is dc2-s?
Roger
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While talking here online, I just noticed  the FP mode went bye bye. Oh well! Nice while it lasted.
Roger
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I want to send out a THANK YOU  to the people (DC2Tracker and others) that monitor these signals!  It is appreciated!
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photoman76

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Interesting! LyngSat lists it as DVB-S2 Digiciher (my term is dc2-s2) and its' rate is 30000-3/4 8PSK. Are they playing with this tp? Are you getting readings that lead you to believe it is dc2-s?
Roger


If it was DVB-S2, my DVBTech card would not be able to lock the signal.
It is definitely dc2-s.
Lyngsat was last updated on April 30, 2016.  
The signal may have been DVB-S2 at that time, but today it is dc2-s. 
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It might be why I got a signal lock on my dsr4530, but would not map it. I will move the dish to AMC18 and program in one of the HITs tp.s and see if I can get a lock. You have me scratching my head on this.
Roger
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Update: I can not get a signal lock on any of the HITS tp.s with my dsr4530. I also can not lock the Discovery tp 11 which is also dc2-s2. Interesting day, but I have to get out and finish up some outside work. Happy signal hunting.
Roger
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Yes, HITS switched all their muxes on AMC 18 from dc2-s to dc2-s2.
The specs on the DSR4530 only shows it receiving dc2-s.
Their is one dc2-s mux on AMC 18 that you should be able to lock.

4140 H 29270
There are 13 local channels from Denver and Albuquerque.
I can lock it with my DVBTech card.  But my 922 doesn't have it mapped.
It's not in ZK mode, but I can't tell if it's in FP or subscription mode.
I think they are very rarely in FP mode though. 
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http://manualzz.com/doc/1086963/motorola-dsr-4530-instruction-manual

Read pages #1 and #19 of this manual.
The displays on my own personal DSR-4530 agree with this manual.

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I want to send out a THANK YOU  to the people (DC2Tracker and others) that monitor these signals!  It is appreciated!
Your welcome and thank -you iboston, and all the other Dc2 scout's as well!

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Quote:
Originally Posted by photoman76

There is a Discovery DCII mux on Galaxy 13 (G9).
4140 H 29270

My DVBTech card shows these channels:

TLC East  - Program 1
TLC Canada - Program 2
Bars DNA2 - Program 3
Animal Planet East - Program 4
Own East - Program 5
Discovery East - Program 7

I have no video, so it's either in FP mode or Subscription mode.
I no longer have my Digitrans DTE 7150 and my 922 doesn't have these channels mapped in.  I can't tell if they are in FP mode or not.

This is the new location for the mux currently on AMC 10.
https://www.nctconline.org/index.php/programming/technical-notices/item/1104-discovery-networks-satellite-change

AMC 10 is nearing end of life and many services have moved to other satellites.

I ran across this new mux about 6 weeks ago. I been checking them often on my Dsr 4410. They have not gone Fp mode yet, NS/MP only. I thought this was maybe where the weather channel mux moved to from Amc 10.

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Yes, HITS switched all their muxes on AMC 18 from dc2-s to dc2-s2.
The specs on the DSR4530 only shows it receiving dc2-s.
Their is one dc2-s mux on AMC 18 that you should be able to lock.

4140 H 29270
There are 13 local channels from Denver and Albuquerque.
I can lock it with my DVBTech card.  But my 922 doesn't have it mapped.
It's not in ZK mode, but I can't tell if it's in FP or subscription mode.
I think they are very rarely in FP mode though. 
I get a good lock on these with my Dsr 4410. They do only go FP mode once in a blue moon. Currently NS/MP mode (subscription only).

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blue_moon

Free sat tv is something to howl about!

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