LEGALFREETOAIR.COM
January 23, 2019, 01:56:43 PM *
Welcome, Guest. Please login or register.

Login with username, password and session length
News: IPTV Channel Update Manhattan RC-1978 111218 >>> http://legalfreetoair.com/index.php?topic=47345.0
 
   Home   Help Login Register  
Pages: 1 [2] 3 4 5 6 7 ... 10
 11 
 on: January 16, 2019, 05:23:51 PM 
Started by Hyper - Last post by AE6CH
Did anyone else loose the music stations on SES 11 today? sad

Which ones?

 12 
 on: January 16, 2019, 12:13:40 AM 
Started by Hyper - Last post by Marv
Did anyone else loose the music stations on SES 11 today? sad

 13 
 on: January 15, 2019, 09:34:19 PM 
Started by 90corvette - Last post by 90corvette
O.k. thanks

 14 
 on: January 15, 2019, 08:18:12 PM 
Started by 90corvette - Last post by philanna1
Here you go. Unfortunately, nagravision encrypted

Code:
http://sathint.com/search?query=Link+tv&filter=all&sat=all

 15 
 on: January 15, 2019, 07:37:34 PM 
Started by 90corvette - Last post by 90corvette
can any one tell me what satellite link tv is on ?

 16 
 on: January 14, 2019, 10:54:15 PM 
Started by Hyper - Last post by AE6CH
All of the "LRN" channels hyper found are from


Code:
https://localradionetworks.com





NO LIKE LINKS, PLEASE USE CODE TAGS - ADMIN

 17 
 on: January 13, 2019, 10:56:21 PM 
Started by Hyper - Last post by elbandido
The HDVR3500 is a good receiver, but when it comes to these radio services on 105 West, I have not seen anything that can beat a card or enigma2 receiver. Most closed source receivers do good to get a few of the channels that are available on 105 West. So the HDVR3500 easily outperforms most other closed source receivers on this satellite.

Enigma2 receivers and tuner cards such as TBS 5925 do not have limits on the number of services that can be received on a given transponder, and I assume this is why enigma2 receivers can scan a lot more of these services than closed source receivers. Every enigma2 receiver that I own can scan these radio services and return numbers in the thousands. But only a few enigma receivers can play these thousands of radio services. The Edision MIO is one of the few that seems to play all that it finds on this satellite.

I cannot answer whether the HDVR3500 will do what you are looking for with these audio services. All I can tell you is my HDVR3500 found over 1,000 services tonight while my MIO found 2,771 services. Neither receiver seems to have any duplicates. Earlier the MIO had at least 700 duplicates, but that appears to be from a transponder change. A fresh scan cleared the duplicates in the MIO.

The HDVR3500 gets about 17 audio tracks for the  DG TX Prog located at 4043V  10128. The Edision MIO gets 48 audio tracks for this single radio service. The HDVR3500 scanned the whole satellite in less than 15 minutes while the MIO took 134 Minutes  36 Seconds. The MIO found a lot more, but it took a lot longer.

In the past, I have been able to get most of these radio services when they were on another satellite using a dish that was around 2.3 meters in diameter. Where you are located will dictate what dish size you need, but I would say 2.3 meters in diameter would be the minimum for anywhere in the lower 48 U.S.

Attached is a screencap of the 3500 right before it completes the 105 scan. This receiver is not very friendly on showing what it finds as compared to the MIO.

Also attached are few more scans of 105W using the Edision MIO. A transponder scan of 4029V  9259 returned 1,109 services for a single transponder. I have never seen that many services on a single transponder anywhere else in the world.

 18 
 on: January 13, 2019, 09:12:41 PM 
Started by Hyper - Last post by cpalmer2k
Can someone confirm if any of those are playable? It looks like the Wegener receivers use an entirely different structure. Dial Global is the way Westwood One used to brand their sports so that is definitely the right place.

Download the file in the link and you will see.

Code:
MIO_105W_Radio_Demo1_20190113_1641.mp4  (323.5 MB)
https://mega.nz/#!Pg9SRQLL!APQ-3235xsA7E7k4JjMVqKmdOTatcRpVSz_Qcw8KQeQ

Perfect. Thank you for that! So do you still think the HDVR3500 is a good fit? And, any chance of reliable reception on a 2.4m dish or will I need larger than I planned? It looks like the last three digits of the PID are the Westwood One channel numbers?

Also, Hyper it looks like you successfully found the ESPN Radio mux and the JMI Sports Mux (They're uplinked by SkyView) in those screenshots.

 19 
 on: January 13, 2019, 08:19:23 PM 
Started by Hyper - Last post by Hyper
Some screen shots from the GEOSATpro HDVR3500 Receiver



 20 
 on: January 13, 2019, 07:00:43 PM 
Started by Hyper - Last post by AE6CH
Sorry about the L-Band freqs below, this is how we configure the receivers...

Learfield (XDS) 01,434,450 kHz
Orbital (XDS) 01,017,500 kHz
Orbital (Starguide) 1,023.900 MHz
Premiere (XDS) 01,040,500 kHz
Skyview (XDS) 01,431,450 kHz
Westwood (Wegener) 4043
Westwood (Kalipso for Storq) 01.107000 GHz
Westwood (XDS) 01,121,000 kHz

amc8migration.com is down, but there was lots of info on the site, and you can still get to it at

Code:
https://web.archive.org/web/20180317045133/http://www.amc8migration.com:80/

OK. I have everything that AE6CH posted in his list above,

plus a whole lot more on the 3720 V 5556 mostly all Sports, College, Pro, CBS, etc.. many many channels.

Then a bunch more on TP 4028 V 9260, and also 3715 V 1852, and 3706 V 3333

812 in all and no or few duplicates.

Unfortunately, i do not know of a way to make a list with the HDVR3500 that i can post (i tried it exports as a .bin file), and it's just too many to make a list manually.

The LRN Radio Music channels all work really great, these are nice to have.
 embarrassed
I do see some WWO (West Wood One?) channels in the list but they are news related and playing no audio as of now.

I will post a few screen shots shortly.



Pages: 1 [2] 3 4 5 6 7 ... 10
Powered by MySQL Powered by PHP Powered by SMF 1.1.21 | SMF © 2015, Simple Machines Valid XHTML 1.0! Valid CSS!