[vdr] LOF/SLOF for none Europe LNBs

Klaus Schmidinger Klaus.Schmidinger at cadsoft.de
Thu Jan 12 10:45:43 CET 2006


Klaus Schmidinger wrote:
> Markus Hahn wrote:
> 
>> Am Mittwoch, 11. Januar 2006 14:43 schrieb Klaus Schmidinger:
>>
>>> Oleg wrote:
>>>
>>>> S36.0E  00000 V 10750  t v W15 [E0 10 38 FC] W15 A W15 t
>>>> S36.0E  99999 V 10750  t v W15 [E0 10 38 FD] W15 A W15 T
>>>> S36.0E  00000 H 10750  t V W15 [E0 10 38 FE] W15 A W15 t
>>>> S36.0E  99999 H 10750  t V W15 [E0 10 38 FF] W15 A W15 T
>>>
>>>
>>> VDR also supports L and R for circular polarization.
>>> See man vdr.5 (sorry, I just saw that I had forgotton to
>>> add this to the diseqc.conf file as comment.
>>
>>
>>
>> so it should be like this??
>>  S36.0E  00000 V 10750  t v W15 [E0 10 38 FC] W15 A W15 t
>>  S36.0E  99999 R 10750  t v W15 [E0 10 38 FD] W15 A W15 T
>>  S36.0E  00000 H 10750  t V W15 [E0 10 38 FE] W15 A W15 t
>>  S36.0E  99999 L 10750  t V W15 [E0 10 38 FF] W15 A W15 T
> 
> 
> I don't think that mixing V/H and R/L on the same satellite
> is done - or is it?
> 
> In nit.c the polarization will be set to h, v, r, or l, depending
> on the data broadcast for a particular transponder. The data in
> diseqc.conf has to use H/V or R/L correspondingly.
> 
>> @KLS
>>
>> what`s the point with this strange SLOF (Switch Local 
>> OszilatorFreqency) is it possible to calculate it from Hi an Lo LOF? 
> 
> 
> # slof:           switch frequency of LNB; the first entry with
> #                 an slof greater than the actual transponder
> #                 frequency will be used
> 
> Example:
> 
> S19.2E  11700 V  9750  t v W15 [E0 10 38 F0] W15 A W15 t
> S19.2E  99999 V 10600  t v W15 [E0 10 38 F1] W15 A W15 T
> 
> Everything below (and including) 11700 will be considered "low band"
> and will use the first DiSEqC line. Everything above 11700 will be
> "high band" and use the second line. There could even be more than
> two lines, dividing the frequency range into more sections.
> 
> In the original data above, the 00000 will cause _all_ transponders
> to use that line, and the 99999 line will never be used. Don't know
> why he did that.

Sorry, got that mixed up - the 99999 line will be used for all transponders,
and the 00000 line will never be used.

Klaus



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