[vdr] no channel update on vdr 1.7.0

Lauri Tischler lwgt at iki.fi
Thu May 22 09:19:34 CEST 2008


Brian wrote:
> Lauri Tischler wrote:
>> Igor wrote:
>>
>>> could you explain please how it's possible to connect 3 cards in VDR to 3 LNB's for Hotbird, Sirius, Astra for example
>>> with DiSEq-Cswitch
>> Simple diagram, using quad-lnb's, input of lnbs are called as
>> HB-1, HB-2, HB-3, HB-4
>> SI-1, SI-2, S1-3, SI-4
>> AS-1, AS-2, AS-3, AS-4
>>
>>            Diseqc-switch 1
>>             +--------+
>>             |        |--- HB-1
>> Card1 -----|        |--- SI-1
>>             |        |--- AS-1
>>             |        |--- free
>>             +--------+
>>
>>            Diseqc-switch 2
>>             +--------+
>>             |        |--- HB-2
>> Card2 -----|        |--- SI-2
>>             |        |--- AS-2
>>             |        |--- free
>>             +--------+
>>
>>            Diseqc-switch 3
>>             +--------+
>>             |        |--- HB-3
>> Card3 -----|        |--- SI-3
>>             |        |--- AS-3
>>             |        |--- free
>>             +--------+
>>
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> Hi, does that really work, or am I misunderstanding a quad-LNB? I though the the 4 outputs of a quad LNB are
> hi/V lo/V hi/H and Lo/H. Or is that a quattro LNB?
> So what you are saying is that a quad LNB can supply any of the 4 "freqs/polarization" down any of its 4 connections?
> Any if required the same signal down all 4 connections?

Should work, because twin or quad or octal lnbs actually have
multiple tuners inside the lnb.
Typically twin, quad or octal lnbs are used when there are
several settopboxes in the house.



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