- May 3, 2009
- Reaction score
- My Satellite Setup
Amiko Alien SHD-8900, Amiko Ampulse WiFi, Nokia D-box
- My Location
Ah now I understand (I did not have my specs on before), it is just a Nokia chip memory card. A bit of a long story but oddly enough I do remember a friend of mine who first got me into satellite TV in the mid-eighties, he had a Nokia unit and various separate decoders and yes we could watch whatever we wanted in those analog days, anyhow he and his wife went on a three week trip around Finland and in order to stay in touch with family in the UK he bought a couple of Finnish chip telephone cards. When he returned he was curious to know how many units he had used from the cards in order to gift them or knowing him, sell them on and he just stuck it in the satellite receiver, and on the screen popped all the details of the calls he had made and units used. So what I am saying is that it may be possible to get away with another type of chip card that has a similar amount of storage.Nothing about the specs. The card goes straight into the receiver integrated D2MAC card reader (it has 2 slots). So i think it has the same connectors as the standard viewing card.
The only information, where i got the picture is this archive site: link
Text with google translate:
Memory Card for NOKIA satellite receivers
SAT 8001s, SAT 8003s
With this card you can back up your programmed data, or transfer this data to another satellite receiver of the same model.
This card becomes invaluable for its main user function - double expansion of the satellite receiver's memory, including favorite presets and program categories.