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dynamo985

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anyone know how to get data channels on my gbsat 2ci0???
ive tried scanning satellites and transponders but cant find the "data channel" i am looking for. :confused
 
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Technomate 5402 HD M2 Ci, DM7000s, Transparent 80cm Dish, Moteck SG2100 DiseqC motor, lots of legacy gear. Meters: Satlook Digital NIT, Promax HD Ranger+ spectrum analyser.
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#2
What type of data channel are you looking for?
 
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im looking for this one mentioned at toes:
"UK Sly Sport 1, F.T.A on 28.2E they must be testing

10876 V 22000 5/6

When tuneing the channel it shows up as 7905

Lets see how long it last's for"
 
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#4
Not seen here, found the transponder - 'The Scuzz and Amp' , but they are all encrypted
 
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apparently its tagged as a data channel so not all receivers will recognise/pick it up????
any help?
 
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how can i pick up live feeds on my gbsat is there something ive got to do or just scan the transponder?
 
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dynamo985 said:
how can i pick up live feeds on my gbsat is there something ive got to do or just scan the transponder?
Live feeds are often ephemeral, i.e once you have done a frequency / Sr search and downloaded them into your receiver,they have disappeared.
A channel list such as that at Lyngsat's often show frequencies that are used for feeds.
Data channels by their nature are not normally video feeds.
Try a scan of a satellite known to transmit feeds, e.g. 7E or 10E.

Llew
 
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