[linux-dvb] Upcoming DVB-T channel changes for HH (Hamburg)
tobi at to-st.de
Tue Jan 27 23:46:09 CET 2009
I've just conducted a little test using the de-Sachsen-Anhalt scan file.
As expected, only 3 lines actually worked (those muxes transmitted
from Mt. Brocken).
The line for 498 Mhz (Ch24 Halle-Saale), which is
T 498000000 8MHz 2/3 NONE QAM64 8k 1/4 NONE # CH24: Das Erste, arte,
does actually tune to the Ch 24 from Braunschweig, but fails to
recognize the stations there, because of QAM64:
>>> tune to:
WARNING: filter timeout pid 0x0011
WARNING: filter timeout pid 0x0000
WARNING: filter timeout pid 0x0010
Using the correct setting of QAM16 gives:
using '/dev/dvb/adapter0/frontend0' and '/dev/dvb/adapter0/demux0'
>>> tune to:
0x0000 0x4015: pmt_pid 0x0150 RTL World -- RTL Television (running)
0x0000 0x4016: pmt_pid 0x0160 RTL World -- RTL2 (running)
0x0000 0x4017: pmt_pid 0x0170 RTL World -- Super RTL (running)
0x0000 0x4022: pmt_pid 0x0220 RTL World -- VOX (running)
Both testes 10 times....
BOUWSMA Barry schrieb:
>>=> Does it matter, e.g. would instead of the unreceivable Ch24 from
>>Halle-Stadt the Braunschweig Ch24 be found? (I did not test this).
> This all depends on the device. At least some of my tuners
> effectively will lock a signal as if I've specified `AUTO'
> in place of everything, even when what I specify is wrong.
So for my Yakumo DVB-T stick it does matter :(
> In reality, when I've been in a new location and done a scan
> without knowing transmitter site details, I've just used a
> general purpose scanfile I've created which goes from 474 in
> 8MHz steps up to 850 or so, like
> ### Kanal 68 UHF
> T 850000000 8MHz AUTO AUTO AUTO AUTO AUTO AUTO
So why then not provide a generic scan file listing all freq with AUTO
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