latest channel list for tm5402 hd

John Pykett

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hello, can anyone make me a motorized channel list for my tm5402? the channel list needs to be latest as on this date and time
 
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Surely the idea is to create your own, by use of freely available resources like Flysat, Lyngsat, King of Sat etc in conjunction with scanning?

After all a Channel List that is relevant to someone with eg a 1.2m dish will differ from one of value to someone with eg an 80cm Dish.

Also, "up to date" has limited meaning as there are a great many changes every day. New Channels, Channels closing, Channels moving, Feeds etc.

Can you be rather more specific about what you actually think you want?
 
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PS I have just done a simple Internet search and the very first hit points to just such a list.

Do you have Google (other search engines are available) on your device?
 
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Finally, a search of our beloved Forum also throws up such a list, prepared by one of our esteemed Green Hatters .... albeit it's a few months old.

We are always happy to help, but self-help should come first.


Edit: And Forum Search has also revealed a similar, periodically updated Topic by a Blue Hatter.
 
John Pykett

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My Satellite Setup
Dish setup: 80cm Motorized Dish, TM-5402 HD M3. This setup goes from 1w to 28.2e

My computer setup: AMD Athlon II X4 645 3.10 GHz processor and 8GB of ram. Graphics Card is NVIDIA GTX 750 Ti. OS: Windows 10 64 Bit
My Location
Hucknall, United Kingdom
Finally, a search of our beloved Forum also throws up such a list, prepared by one of our esteemed Green Hatters .... albeit it's a few months old.

We are always happy to help, but self-help should come first.


Edit: And Forum Search has also revealed a similar, periodically updated Topic by a Blue Hatter.
i used the channel list of purplesat as that is the most updated one
 
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Good man.

Mind you, maybe our resident list producers might be prodded into an update now! :D
 
John Pykett

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My Satellite Setup
Dish setup: 80cm Motorized Dish, TM-5402 HD M3. This setup goes from 1w to 28.2e

My computer setup: AMD Athlon II X4 645 3.10 GHz processor and 8GB of ram. Graphics Card is NVIDIA GTX 750 Ti. OS: Windows 10 64 Bit
My Location
Hucknall, United Kingdom
Good man.

Mind you, maybe our resident list producers might be prodded into an update now! :D
can you send me the link so i can take a look
 
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........ Forum Search ....... ;)
 
John Pykett

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Dish setup: 80cm Motorized Dish, TM-5402 HD M3. This setup goes from 1w to 28.2e

My computer setup: AMD Athlon II X4 645 3.10 GHz processor and 8GB of ram. Graphics Card is NVIDIA GTX 750 Ti. OS: Windows 10 64 Bit
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Hucknall, United Kingdom
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im searching the forum but couldnt find anything
The TM5402 and the Dr HD D15 use the same file format for channel lists.

Try looking under both boxes to increase your chances of finding a suitable channel list.
 
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Channel lists should be used as a guide only. For starters you will get satellites that the other chap can receive that you cant - either due to a more favourable location, a bigger dish or just a better setup.

You are MUCH better scanning the satellite(s) you can receive and making your own list up. Its all part of the learning curve
 
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^^^^^


Thankyou for confirming Post #2 ;)
 
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Perhaps this has something to do with John setting up his first motorized dish, having only a fixed dixh, currently, on 28.2E.
Loading a channel list should help him identify the essential satellites, and check the signal quality readings, he can then scan in his own satellites, and channels, when the dish is working.
 
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Perhaps this has something to do with John setting up his first motorized dish, having only a fixed dixh, currently, on 28.2E.
Loading a channel list should help him identify the essential satellites, and check the signal quality readings, he can then scan in his own satellites, and channels, when the dish is working.
Probably but I still reckon it can give an unrealistic expectation for a newcomer to the hobby as to the range of satellites likely to be received.

Im not trying to dissuade John in any way - Im delighted he has got this far and Im sure he will have hours of fun with the hobby like we all do once he is up and running :)
 
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