[linux-dvb] Re : Re : No lock possible at some DVB-S2 channels with TT S2-3200/linux

psofa psofa.psofa at gmail.com
Sun Jun 22 20:19:37 CEST 2008


This is with the previous mentioned patch applied
the freq as reported in kingofsat is
Astra 1G (19.2E) - 11797.50 H

Mythbox dvb # ./simpledvbtune -f 11801 -a 0 -n 0 -p h -d 1 -s 27500
using '/dev/dvb/adapter0/frontend0' as frontend
frontend fd=3: type=0
ioclt: FE_SET_VOLTAGE : 1
High band
tone: 1
dvbfe setparams :  delsys=1 1201MHz / Rate : 27500kBPS
Status: 1e: Carrier Viterbi Sync Lock
SNR: 0 46 (0x2e) (4.6dB)
BER: 0 0 0 0 (0x0)
Signal: 0 230 (0xe6) 230 (23.0dBm)
Frontend: f=1197.538

Status: 1e: Carrier Viterbi Sync Lock
SNR: 0 48 (0x30) (4.8dB)
BER: 0 0 0 0 (0x0)
Signal: 0 231 (0xe7) 231 (23.1dBm)
Frontend: f=1197.538

Status: 1e: Carrier Viterbi Sync Lock
SNR: 0 48 (0x30) (4.8dB)
BER: 0 0 0 0 (0x0)
Signal: 0 230 (0xe6) 230 (23.0dBm)
Frontend: f=1197.538
^C
Mythbox dvb # ./simpledvbtune -f 11797 -a 0 -n 0 -p h -d 1 -s 27500
using '/dev/dvb/adapter0/frontend0' as frontend
frontend fd=3: type=0
ioclt: FE_SET_VOLTAGE : 1
High band
tone: 1
dvbfe setparams :  delsys=1 1197MHz / Rate : 27500kBPS
Status: 1e: Carrier Viterbi Sync Lock
SNR: 0 69 (0x45) (6.9dB)
BER: 0 0 0 0 (0x0)
Signal: 222 173 (0xdead) -8531 (5700.5dBm)
Frontend: f=1197.516

Status: 00:
SNR: 222 173 (0xdead) (5700.5dB)
BER: 0 0 0 0 (0x0)
Signal: 222 173 (0xdead) -8531 (5700.5dBm)
Frontend: f=1197.516

Status: 00:
SNR: 222 173 (0xdead) (5700.5dB)
BER: 0 0 0 0 (0x0)
Signal: 222 173 (0xdead) -8531 (5700.5dBm)
Frontend: f=1197.516

Status: 00:
SNR: 222 173 (0xdead) (5700.5dB)
BER: 0 0 0 0 (0x0)
Signal: 222 173 (0xdead) -8531 (5700.5dBm)
Frontend: f=1197.516

after like 10 mins i pushed <enter>

Status: 1e: Carrier Viterbi Sync Lock
SNR: 0 52 (0x34) (5.2dB)
BER: 0 0 0 0 (0x0)
Signal: 0 231 (0xe7) 231 (23.1dBm)
Frontend: f=1197.475

Status: 1e: Carrier Viterbi Sync Lock
SNR: 0 53 (0x35) (5.3dB)
BER: 0 0 0 0 (0x0)
Signal: 0 231 (0xe7) 231 (23.1dBm)
Frontend: f=1197.475



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