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photoman76

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NPR looks to be changing their radio distribution from DVB to DVB-S2.
There is a new mux on Galaxy 16.
3727 H 6800
DVB-S2 8psk
3/4 FEC
Pilot Off

The DVB mux is still at 3758 H 11250.

Both are using IP format.
I still can't get any audio though.
I don't think MIPS ever figured out this format.
When I run it through IPCleaner, it doesn't say format not supported, but it also doesn't show any cleaned files.
TheSatBible

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Originally Posted by photoman76
NPR looks to be changing their radio distribution from DVB to DVB-S2.
There is a new mux on Galaxy 16.
3727 H 6800
DVB-S2 8psk
3/4 FEC
Pilot Off

The DVB mux is still at 3758 H 11250.

Both are using IP format.
I still can't get any audio though.
I don't think MIPS ever figured out this format.
When I run it through IPCleaner, it doesn't say format not supported, but it also doesn't show any cleaned files.


all confirmed.  I used the data pid 0x1039 as confirmation on 3727H as being NPR since it has enough clear text in it to see the PID values and its NPR related service ID, just like pid 0x1039 in NPR's 3758H signal.   Looks like NPR is only changing format from DVB-S to DVB-S2 and not the company providing the audio delivery system (I think they are currently using one of IDC's audio delivery systems).

EDIT: confirmed as IDC's SuperFlex satellite receiver if the info I found in a search is still current.

SMPLAYER and POTPLAYER can't play the audio stream and IPCLEANER isn't able to clean it up to where you could use any of those two players to play an audio stream.   I wonder if NPR does some individual IP stream encryption to their audio streams to keep the two media players and IPCLEANER from working.









photoman76

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Now NPR is simulcasting 3758 H 11250 at 3820 H 11250.

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I wonder if NPR does some individual IP stream encryption to their audio streams to keep the two media players and IPCLEANER from working.


Having finally gotten the chance to read over documentation at the PRSS website, I think this could be the case. PRSS/NPR requires stations to buy a specific receiver from them, and the serial number of each receiver is associated with the purchasing station through the online management system stations use to subscribe to the programming they wish to receive from the satellite. The latest generation of receivers won't work unless they are subscribed to something, and also cannot be operated in a manual tuning mode.
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