[linux-dvb] S2API + TT3200 + Amos4w 10.723 S2 problem

Alex Betis alex.betis at gmail.com
Tue Nov 4 10:31:01 CET 2008


Just to add my 2 cents, in lyngsat that transponder is shown as 10722 and
not 10723, so Oleg was probably not the only one who reduced the frequency
to lock on that channel.

On Tue, Nov 4, 2008 at 11:08 AM, oleg roitburd <oroitburd at gmail.com> wrote:

> I have decreased frequenz ( -4MHz)
> And I can scan both transpoders with SR 30000
>
> [0001];:10719:vS1C23M5:S0.0W:30000:179:177=hun:180:0:1:0:0:0
> [0002];:10719:vS1C23M5:S0.0W:30000:174:172=hun:175:0:2:0:0:0
> [0003];:10719:vS1C23M5:S0.0W:30000:169:0:170:0:3:0:0:0
> [0004];:10719:vS1C23M5:S0.0W:30000:164:0:165:0:4:0:0:0
> [0005];:10719:vS1C23M5:S0.0W:30000:159:0:0:0:5:0:0:0
> [0006];:10719:vS1C23M5:S0.0W:30000:154:0:0:0:6:0:0:0
> [0007];:10719:vS1C23M5:S0.0W:30000:149:0:0:0:7:0:0:0
> [0008];:10719:vS1C23M5:S0.0W:30000:144:0:0:0:8:0:0:0
> [000a];:10719:vS1C23M5:S0.0W:30000:134:0:0:0:10:0:0:0
> [000b];:10719:vS1C23M5:S0.0W:30000:129:0:0:0:11:0:0:0
> [000c];:10719:vS1C23M5:S0.0W:30000:124:0:0:0:12:0:0:0
> [000e];:10719:vS1C23M5:S0.0W:30000:114:0:0:0:14:0:0:0
> [000f];:10719:vS1C23M5:S0.0W:30000:109:0:0:0:15:0:0:0
> [0010];:10719:vS1C23M5:S0.0W:30000:104:0:0:0:16:0:0:0
> [0011];:10719:vS1C23M5:S0.0W:30000:99:0:0:0:17:0:0:0
> [0012];:10719:vS1C23M5:S0.0W:30000:94:0:0:0:18:0:0:0
> [0013];:10719:vS1C23M5:S0.0W:30000:89:0:0:0:19:0:0:0
> [0014];:10719:vS1C23M5:S0.0W:30000:84:0:0:0:20:0:0:0
> [0015];:10719:vS1C23M5:S0.0W:30000:79:0:0:0:21:0:0:0
> [0016];:10719:vS1C23M5:S0.0W:30000:74:0:0:0:22:0:0:0
> [0017];:10719:vS1C23M5:S0.0W:30000:69:0:0:0:23:0:0:0
> [0018];:10719:vS1C23M5:S0.0W:30000:64:0:0:0:24:0:0:0
> [0019];:10719:vS1C23M5:S0.0W:30000:59:0:0:0:25:0:0:0
> [001a];:10719:vS1C23M5:S0.0W:30000:54:0:0:0:26:0:0:0
> [001d];:10719:vS1C23M5:S0.0W:30000:39:0:0:0:29:0:0:0
> [001e];:10719:vS1C23M5:S0.0W:30000:34:0:0:0:30:0:0:0
> [001f];:10754:vS1C23M5:S0.0W:30000:90:0:0:0:31:0:0:0
> [0020];:10754:vS1C23M5:S0.0W:30000:85:0:0:0:32:0:0:0
> [0021];:10754:vS1C23M5:S0.0W:30000:80:0:0:0:33:0:0:0
> [0023];:10754:vS1C23M5:S0.0W:30000:70:0:71:0:35:0:0:0
> [0024];:10754:vS1C23M5:S0.0W:30000:65:0:66:0:36:0:0:0
> [0025];:10754:vS1C23M5:S0.0W:30000:60:0:0:0:37:0:0:0
> [0026];:10754:vS1C23M5:S0.0W:30000:55:0:0:0:38:0:0:0
> [0065];:10754:vS1C23M5:S0.0W:30000:46:44=hun:0:0:101:0:0:0
> [0066];:10754:vS1C23M5:S0.0W:30000:42:40=eng:0:0:102:0:0:0
> [0067];:10754:vS1C23M5:S0.0W:30000:38:36;36:0:0:103:0:0:0
> [0068];:10754:vS1C23M5:S0.0W:30000:34:32=eng:0:0:104:0:0:0
>
> It's old bug and old quick&dirty trick. My card is TT S2-3200
>
> Regards
> Oleg Roitburd
>
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