Serbian / bosnian / montenegran package 23.5e

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A new Balkan service will be launching in the near future.

The Serbian package was on the 23.5E "German beam" (12543V) but according to this article 60cm dishes will be ok in the Balkans which from the coverage maps suggests the package will be moving to the wide beam

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https://www.rapidtvnews.com/2018111554179/ses-to-deliver-direct-to-home-satellite-tv-bouquet-for-telekom-srbija.html

EDIT - yup looks like the wide beam will be used - I hadnt noticed the RTS package has moved to 11914H :) Now how the hell do we get the reception equipment for the encrypted services?!
 
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I wonder if this means the channels that launch on 23.5E will end up shutting down on 16E?
 
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Presumably for 150 channels they will need at least 7 or 8 tp's. So what do we have free on Astra 3B atm? Well I reckon there are 15 free tp's atm

11720H
11798H.......................lit up 04/12
11817V.......................lit up 14/12
11836H
11954H
11992H
12011ishV
12051V
12207V
12226H
12254ishV
12265H
12284ishV
12322ishV
12402V.......................lit up 14/12

C'mon - get these new RTS frequencies illuminated! :D
 
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11798H has been lit up today with 35 channels on it!
 
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Two tp's lit up today

11817V with 31 channels on it.
12402V with 36 channels on it
 
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Running total of channels

11914H - 19 - - 19
11798H - 35 - - 54
11817V - 31 - - 85
12402V - 36 - - 121

So probably 1 tp more in the near future to make the expected total of around 150 channels.
 
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are these all encrypted?
not even a few public Serbian tv channels?
i remember their pop/rock scene is very creative!
 
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All encrypted.
 
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there is fta serbian channels on other satellites.
 
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Blimey Telekom Srbija are really squeezing the channels in! 12402v has almost 50 channels crammed into it now....
The quality must be absolutely awful!
 
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The transponders are configured for DVB-S2 8PSK SR:30000 FEC:3/4 giving a net data rate of 66.84 Mbit/s. On my count for 12402 V, there are 36 SD services using MPEG-4 video, 3 HD services using MPEG-4 video and 4 HD services using HEVC video.

If they used HVEC for all services on the transponder, they could probably get away with a reasonable picture quality for them all, but is seems that MPEG-4 is being used for most SD channels and a few HD ones - probably acceptable reasons for the time being for not going all HEVC right now (costs most likely).
 
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