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Cjcr

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Let me repeat my request once again and make it more easier to understand [smile]

Please check the attached screenshot,
I got 92 transponders only on Hotbird 13.0E
I want to allign the dish using the mobile app,
I noticed that i was not able to receive some transponders,
For ex. 11054 H
If you got more than 92 transponders and 11054 H is one of them then please upload your database,
Thanks


You don't need to exchange the data.db (by the way, you also need the hotbird .ini profile because it uses an unique id to read the database).

You can add the needed transponders manually if you know the params (you can check kingofsat of something similar).

Usually, you only need the first three params.

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So, open SA, DT-Mode tab and put the transponders params and then click on heart button.

It will add the transponder to the favorite list (used by EBSpro Mobile)

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@Cjcr, thank you very much for your reply it's very helpful,
I added the 1st 5 parameters off lyngsat
Now i got 93 transponders [smile]
I just needed to share EBSpro database in case someone want to align the dish and he has no old database for a specific satellite.
For ex. suppose i want to install Astra 19.2°E using the mobile application
I believe it will be a hard task to add all the transponders manually.
However, some technicians uses just 2 transponders to align the dish, one strong and the other is weak.
So having an already made database will be much easier.



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area21

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Oh, by the way .. is there any chance that we could use Technisat Skystar 2 eXpress HD WDM driver?

Best regards.
serkanguzel

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WDM driver don't make blindscan.
area21

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WDM driver don't make blindscan.

What about Progdvb blind search?
It works using WDM driver ... is there any difference?
area21

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Prog finder uses WDM driver too although no blindscan involved.
@Cjcr, after i checked Prog finder i believe there is no need for EBSpro database.
As there is a transponders folder which contains all the latest transponders from 
EutelSat 3.0°E to Thor 0.8°W
Is it possible to implement that feature in EBSpro as well?

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What about Progdvb blind search?
It works using WDM driver ... is there any difference?


I have never made blindscan with WDM driver + ProgDVB.

BlindScan with ProgDVB is not effective. In the scan; Only the defined symbol is scanned. So, symbol ranges can't be defined.

For effective blindscan, you use; CrazyScan, IQmonitor, EBSpro, DVB Dream( full and 3.3 version ), SmartDVB. Frequency and symbol ranges can be defined.


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I have never made blindscan with WDM driver + ProgDVB.

BlindScan with ProgDVB is not effective. In the scan; Only the defined symbol is scanned. So, symbol ranges can't be defined.



Well, me too never used Progdvb blindscan
The issue was if WDM driver can be used for blindscan or not.
So apparently yes it can be used.
However, my request is to just tune to pre-defined transponders using WDM driver in order to align the dish (same as Prog finder) so blindscan is not required.



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As far as I can remember, blindscan can not be made with the WDM driver.

For BlindScan, you use BDA driver( Skystar Express HD )

With WDM and/or BDA drivers; you can adjust the dish setting/alling. Prog Finder etc.
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Ss2 eXpress HD have only BDA driver and some emulation B2C2 DirectShow intetface (aka Skystar2 WDM ).
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Additionally ;

With WDM driver can not record video parameters.

Example ; Encryption parameters ( biss and others )
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Thanks for making this software available.  I was able to set it up and get it working pretty easily.  Hunter
Cjcr

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i believe there is no need for EBSpro database.
As there is a transponders folder which contains all the latest transponders from 
EutelSat 3.0°E to Thor 0.8°W
Is it possible to implement that feature in EBSpro as well?

Yes it is possible. But I not sure if it is what a I want to implement. I want something better than convert ini to the ebspro's db format ...
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Wasn't there a standalone WDM based program over ten years ago that did blind scanning totally in software ?
It was very, very slow. I don't remember what it was called...
zorgc

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Thank you Cjcr for such a great program.

This weekend. I was able to repair a very old Prodelin 1.2 meter dish. The LNB position was not optimal - some due to sag, some do to  poor design.  Using your mobile app I was able to correct this  with shims changing height and angle.

I was also able to pick up a few C band transponders on this antenna, which is a first for me.
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