Hispasat 30°W 11275H 16APSK

Adam792

Adam792

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My Satellite Setup
Dishes: 80cm (5°W/4.8°E), 80cm (30°W), 60cm Zone 2 (13°E/19.2°E/28.2°E)
Receivers: HTPC (Intel i3 processor, nVidia Graphics, and TBS6905 4x DVB-S2 PCIe tuner card) running Ubuntu with Kodi/TVHeadend, Wetek Play2, Skybox M3.
My Location
Worcester
Noticed this one on a blindscan of 30°W on my Edision IP S2 -

11275 H 7140

I'm assuming it's 16APSK as it locks on the Edision but not on a TBS6905 PC card (which is 8PSK only).

Nothing scans in on the Edision so whatever is on there is probably DVB-IP or otherwise encapsulated, but in 16APSK with an FEC of 3/4 (I doubt it's higher than that or I don't think I'd be able to lock it) it would have a bitrate of around 21Mbps - enough to fit a Spanish/Portuguese DTT multiplex.

Probably just general satellite IP traffic, but the parameters plus the fact that this transponder used to be used by Abertis until a few years ago, is making me curious!

Is anyone able to lock it on a compatible PC card and investigate/get a full transponder TS dump? Thanks!
 
EnoSat

EnoSat

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My Satellite Setup
TBS-5925/5220/5520SE , Dr.HD , Dreambox , Edision , Mutant
My Location
Slovakia
VOD (VideoOnDemand)
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SatSearcher

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1m orbital dish with 0.1 Technomate LNB. TBS 6903 & TBS 5925 Card & Octagon SF4008. 39E-55W.
My Location
West Yorkshire
I noticed this one at the weekend (I did send it in to Flysat but he's behind with updates ATM). It is a strange one, most of it is just null packets but scans as a VOD service. Maybe just testing? One to watch!
 
Adam792

Adam792

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My Satellite Setup
Dishes: 80cm (5°W/4.8°E), 80cm (30°W), 60cm Zone 2 (13°E/19.2°E/28.2°E)
Receivers: HTPC (Intel i3 processor, nVidia Graphics, and TBS6905 4x DVB-S2 PCIe tuner card) running Ubuntu with Kodi/TVHeadend, Wetek Play2, Skybox M3.
My Location
Worcester
Ah interesting! Thanks for that.

Maybe it's something to do with this - Mobility.
 
stephan94

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My Satellite Setup
1.20 Channel master ( Paris)and 1200 Laminas ( Bavaria) KU and C Band
Openbox SX6 and S3 Mini, Dr HD 15, Octagon SF 4008 and Octagon SX88and SX8 HD One, TBS 6983
My Location
Bavaria and Paris
My TBS 6983 card and my Edision MIO4K
find this frequency by blindscan and get the same data
11275,5 H 7140( 7139)
DVB-S2 QPSK (2)
2/5 ( auto)
12,9dB 12,8dB
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Adam792

Adam792

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714
My Satellite Setup
Dishes: 80cm (5°W/4.8°E), 80cm (30°W), 60cm Zone 2 (13°E/19.2°E/28.2°E)
Receivers: HTPC (Intel i3 processor, nVidia Graphics, and TBS6905 4x DVB-S2 PCIe tuner card) running Ubuntu with Kodi/TVHeadend, Wetek Play2, Skybox M3.
My Location
Worcester
I think it might be the implementation in TVHeadend on my computer not allowing the FEC of 2/5 even though it's a valid DVB-S2 mode!
 
MCelliotG

MCelliotG

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My Satellite Setup
TBS 5925, Mut@nt HD51, EDISION OSMINI, MABO 130X144, DRAGONSAT DS3000 LED MOTOR, INVERTO BLACK ULTRA TWIN LNB
My Location
Thessaloniki, Greece
Coming through easily, data channel.
(Ignore A7 on the background, enigma2 keeps the last tuned channel on grab).
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Linux TV DVB api hasn't been updated in ages. There is no support for DVB-S2X, no support for additional FEC values, and this lack of support is transferred to Enigma2 as well, with the exception that E2 accepts auto values and so should TV Headend. Even so, nothing to see here!
 
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