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babadem

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This is very good news!!! 
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> 16.0.0.0 (stable)
[26 feb 2017]
- EBSpro is now freeware (all features is now unlocked for all). - Added auto dish adjustment (beta) feature in positioner console.*

- Added SNR bar in positioner console. - Removed SatFeeds' related things from EBSpro. Isn't supported anymore. - Now shows in a tooltip the ID and status of the selected tuner in the device list. - CTRL+F now works in SidePanel Scanner (to search a scanned service or frequency)

- Fixed MIS detection issues in DT with AU mode (in SA Window) - Fixed a potential crash selecting the MIS Id (SA)

- Fixed a problem with DiSEqC 1.1 when the DiSEqC mode is set to Auto. - Fixed a potential lockup of the main UI due to unsafe thread calls.

- Changed the current "new transponder" sound (yes, the annoying ka-boom) by another one a bit more cool. - Some minor fixes and improvements.

- Updated: StreamReader.dll to 1.2.4.1406.

* A quick and easy way to fine tune a dish that is connected to a 1.2 DiSEqC (motor). It finds the best signal available checking the SNR value and moving the dish in little steps. P.D: For making it working well, you need at least more than 1-2 dB of SNR and of course, a dvb card that support SNR reading and Diseqc 1.2 support.

SmartUpdater specific (v2.0.0.3):

- Fixed an indexOutOfBounds error when the server script isn't working as it should.

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Good news,thx
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Thank you, downloaded. 
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Equipment: Linkbox 9000i Receiver to the TV and TBS5980 Receiver to the radio bench PC attached to a 33"/84 cm dish with a GT111S Ku Linear LNBF on a HH-90 motor.
Occupation: Computer repair business owner and communications hobbyist.  Photography business owner.  Emergency management guy.  Professional storm chaser for NWS.
Life: It's all about the three kids and the future wife, and of course, the radios and dishes.
Future Projects: 9'-10' Stainless Steel solid dish I have a lead on, not sure which receiver to pair it up with yet, but I want it to be the best one available by then.  Not sure on LNBF nor motor either.  All of this is a learning experience. 
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This decision of program author was a gesture for users. Thanks @Cjcr

My opinion; also, if the type of supported hardware is increased, the use of the program will become even more widespread.

Supported devices ;
http://ebspro.net/supported-devices/

In particular, support for DVB-T2 devices should be provided.
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  Question...
       What does the Android version do?   Does this require a sat receiver card connected to an android device, or does it assume communication to a PC version of EBSP, which is controlling the sat card?
    I seem to remember talk years ago about using EBSP with and android device out at the dish, and wasn't sure if the android version is how that was done. 
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It is simple to install and to use.Maybe my scrrenshots helps you to do that.

2017-02-28_18-38-16.png  EBS on Mobile (661 x 410).jpg

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Thanks, satesco.
  I wasn't sure if your screen shots were on the Android device or a mobile option on EBSPro on the computer, but I assume that they are showing that the mobile version is connected to the PC version via wireless LAN.
    Assuming that, one perhaps really dumb question, since I'm relatively new to android (I've had the gadget for about a year, but have only downloaded 3 or 4 apps for it, I think all through a google store or something like that.  But I assume that to install this, I'd aim the internet browser on the android device to the EBSPro download page, and it would load automatically?

   One of the 3 or 4 apps I've installed was a VNC app, which lets me view the screen on my satellite computer, so I can view S/Q readings, etc.  I can't remember why, but it wasn't very easy to use, first because the screen on my android tablet is hard to see unless it is very cloudy, plus I had to temporarily relocate my router in order for the tablet to connect to it out where the dishes are (the router's wireless was blocked by a metal roof in it's normal location. I think that the VNC app I was using also had problems simulating mouse operations on the computer.  But if this mobile app works, it seems like it would be pretty useful, and worth permanently relocating the router.
 

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Indeed,EBSPro Mobile 1.0 is installed on a my Mobile Android.I installed it using Play Store directly on my phone.
Or you can download EBSPro Mobile on your computer and then transfer it to your phone via AirDroid app.It needs to install it on your pc as well as on the phone.
After that start EBS on your computer,set at File->EBSpro Mobile->tick "Enable server"->OK and choose a frequency with the signal.Then turn on EBS on your phone.If both EBS are connected to each other via Lan,then you will see the signal on the transponder chosen on EBS on your phone.
These are the steps to follow.
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Well, a lot of frustration, but finally some progress.
First, I uninstalled a old version of EBSPro, which had been working.
Then installed new version of EBSPro.
Without trying to tune any signal, I went to the mobile setup option, and entered parameters.
I then went to my android tablet (not a phone), and tried to find EBSPro mobile at the play strore, but it wasn't there.
So I found the airdroid thing, and installed it. However when I tried to use it, it wanted me to register the tablet and computer, etc, which I didn't want to do, so I uninstalled it.
I then used the browser on the tablet, and went to the EBSPRO.net web page mentioned above, and clicked on the mobile app.  The tablet then asked me if I wanted to download it via browser or some built in program called ES File Manager or something like that, so I chose the ES program.  This downloaded and installed the app.
  I then ran the APP, and entered the IP# of the computer running EBSPro, and told it to connect, however it gave an error message, something about duplicate numbers or something.
  Tried multiple times with no luck.
Today, I decided to get EBSPro tuned to a transponder, so I selected my Prof 7500, which was on AMC21, and tried to get EBSPro to tune it in, with no luck. After a couple hours of fighting with parameters that couldn't be saved, I turned off EBSPro and tuned the sat in with Crazyscan, then ran a jumper from loopout over to my 6983, and started up EBSPro using the 6983 card.
   As soon as I did that, everything started working, I could do RF scans, and blind scans and TS analysis, etc.   So I went back to the mobile app on the tablet.  Told it to connect, and darned if it didn't work, ie giving me SNR readings off the 12180 signal that I had selected on the computer. 

Pretty neat.

  I have no idea of why EBSPro wouldn't work with the Prof 7500, but it does work with the 6983.
Apparently the mobile app needs me to already be tuning in a transponder on the computer before it will even connect, which is OK in most cases, although I'm not sure what would have happened if I wasn't already tuned to the satellite, and was searching for signal, but I guess i'll figure that out.

Anyway, thanks for getting me started on the mobile app, even though I deviated a bit from the process.


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EBSpro 16.0.0.1 can be downloaded from here
- A fix to make it working again on Windows XP.
- Under certain circumstances EBSpro couldn't work as Pro version. Should work fine now.

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XP says that it is not a valid win32 application. Anyone have this working on XP?
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Please someone explain to me how to use this program with a prof 7500.
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Please someone explain to me how to use this program with a prof 7500.


All tv card same use...

EBSpro v8.2.0.2



EBSpro v12.4.0.2



EBSpro v13.2.0.1



EBSpro v16.0.0.0



And for Prof7500 USB TV card, pacthed drivers ;
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B0Qz6Ym9S9eUa3FaT0dEVmY1ZFE
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All tv card same use...
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And for Prof7500 USB TV card, pacthed drivers ;
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B0Qz6Ym9S9eUa3FaT0dEVmY1ZFE


Well there is certainly something weird happening with the Prof7500.
Up in message 10 , I described how I struggled with the Prof for hours, before I switched over to the TBS-6983, which worked fine.  Just to make sure, I tried it again this morning, and pretty much had the same result, except for one brief moment. 
  In my experiment, I had my TBS6983 connected to the passthru of the Prof7500 via a DC block, so that I could verify that the LNBF was getting power.
In my experiments, I basically saw no signal, regardless of doing an RF scan or signal discover, and during the scans, I was seeing a strong signal on the 6983.
I tried with hardware control on and off, and with BLSCAN mode and BLSCAN2 mode on and off.
  Then, I connected the coax from the LNBF over to the 6983, and switched EBSP over to use the 6983, and everything worked fine.
   The "one brief moment" when it worked, was when I switched the coax back to the PROF, and tried using EBSP on the PROF again.  On the first RF scan I tried, it worked with the PROF, but on the second scan I tried (I may have changed some setting, like switching polarities, but not sure), it was back to getting no signal, while again, the 6983 at the passthru showed that a strong signal was there. 
   This is very confusing.  I am definitely a newbie to EBSP, so it very well could be some user error, however it sure looks to me like EBSP is at least turning on LNB power, however for some strange reason, it cannot read the signal from the PROF, while without changing any other settings, switching over to the 6983 works fine.  I'm guessing that the one brief moment of success was due to EBSP still thinking that it was connected to the 6983 until after the first scan.
    Oh, and one other thing, I have been using this PROF7500 with Crazycat's patched drivers since I first started using it several years ago. It works with Crazyscan, TSREADER, and SmartDVB, however for some reason, I just tried transedit, and it seems to be similar to EBSP in that it works with the 6983, but not the PROF, even though I have used it with the PROF in the past.
   I'm starting to wonder if it might have something to do with which USB port I have the PROF plugged into?  I'm also wondering if perhaps there are different versions of the patched drivers? I have been a bit reluctant to try patched drivers coming from anyone except Crazycat, and I don't think I've seen any updates in the patched drivers since I installed the one I'm using. 
 
   Anyway, I'm confused relative to why EBSP and Transedit don't seem to like my PROF7500 while TSREADER, Crazyscan, and SmartDVB don't have a problem with it. 





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