[linux-dvb] DVB-T frequency_list_descriptor

Simon Kilvington s.kilvington at eris.qinetiq.com
Wed Dec 21 17:53:38 CET 2005


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Hi,

	with a DVB-T stream I can use the NIT to get a list of transport
stream IDs and the terrestrial_delivery_system_descriptor tells me what
frequency each is broadcast on - except the transmitter near me
(Malvern) just repeats for Sutton Coldfield so these frequencies are
wrong. Luckily, the NIT also has a frequency_list_descriptor for each
transport stream which lists the other frequencies this transport stream
is broadcast on - one of these frequencies is the one Malvern uses - but
how can I tell which one?

	alternatively, given a service ID what's the easiest way to find
out what frequency I need to tune to?

- --
Simon Kilvington


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