Do a Fast TV channel scan(UK DVB) (< 20 seconds) | Page 2

Discussion in 'Tips and Tricks' started by HappyTalk, August 13, 2006.

  1. cheetah05

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    Can I actually view the HD Channels. I think my Compro T200 is HD compatible but are they actually broadcasting anything?
     
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    added, thx
     
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    Frequency list for sandy heath transmitter, East Anglia region

    - <country name="UK - Sandy Heath" offset="167">
    <carrier frequency="642000" bandwidth="8" />
    <carrier frequency="666000" bandwidth="8" />
    <carrier frequency="650000" bandwidth="8" />
    <carrier frequency="842000" bandwidth="8" />
    <carrier frequency="626000" bandwidth="8" />
    <carrier frequency="674000" bandwidth="8" />
    </country>

    Hope it helps

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    for wenvoe:

    <country name="UK - Wenvoe (Cardiff)" offset="167">
    <carrier frequency="546000" bandwidth="8" />
    <carrier frequency="578000" bandwidth="8" />
    <carrier frequency="626000" bandwidth="8" />
    <carrier frequency="650000" bandwidth="8" />
    <carrier frequency="706000" bandwidth="8" />
    <carrier frequency="674000" bandwidth="8" />
    </country>

    for Mendip:

    <country name="UK - Mendip (Wells)" offset="167">
    <carrier frequency="778000" bandwidth="8" />
    <carrier frequency="746000" bandwidth="8" />
    <carrier frequency="802000" bandwidth="8" />
    <carrier frequency="826000" bandwidth="8" />
    <carrier frequency="754000" bandwidth="8" />
    <carrier frequency="842000" bandwidth="8" />
    </country>



    both recieved in Gloucestershire
     
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    The Durris transmitter in Aberdeenshire

    <country name="UK - Durris" offset="167">
    <carrier frequency="546000" bandwidth="8" />
    <carrier frequency="578000" bandwidth="8" />
    <carrier frequency="634000" bandwidth="8" />
    <carrier frequency="658000" bandwidth="8" />
    <carrier frequency="714000" bandwidth="8" />
    <carrier frequency="722000" bandwidth="8" />
    </country>

    Actually only the last two are offset. I produced a tuning file for the linux DVB drivers group this time last year and they use all the parameters and the frequency in Hz without an offset.
     
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    here are the belmont transmitter freqs:

    <country name="UK - Belmont" offset="167">
    <carrier frequency="546000" bandwidth="8" />
    <carrier frequency="690000" bandwidth="8" />
    <carrier frequency="762000" bandwidth="8" />
    <carrier frequency="786000" bandwidth="8" />
    <carrier frequency="834000" bandwidth="8" />
    <carrier frequency="850000" bandwidth="8" />
    </country>
     
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    I made a cock up of Crystal Palace

    Sorry, I made a cock on the freqs for crystal palace,
    they shoud be

    <country name="UK - Crystal Palace" offset="167">
    <carrier frequency="482000" bandwidth="8" />
    <carrier frequency="506000" bandwidth="8" />
    <carrier frequency="522000" bandwidth="8" />
    <carrier frequency="530000" bandwidth="8" />
    <carrier frequency="538000" bandwidth="8" />
    <carrier frequency="554000" bandwidth="8" />
    <carrier frequency="562000" bandwidth="8" />
    <carrier frequency="578000" bandwidth="8" />
    </country>

    sorry again
     
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    Maybe a stupid question, but how do you know which Transmitter you're receiving your signal from?

    I know the old which way's your aerial pointing answer, but what if you have more than one in the general direction?!
     
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    Hi,

    please can you add this for Rowridge transmitter in UK.

    <country name="UK - Rowridge" offset="167">
    <carrier frequency="490000" bandwidth="8" />
    <carrier frequency="514000" bandwidth="8" />
    <carrier frequency="530000" bandwidth="8" />
    <carrier frequency="546000" bandwidth="8" />
    <carrier frequency="562000" bandwidth="8" />
    <carrier frequency="570000" bandwidth="8" />
    </country>

    Thanks
     
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    Thanks HappyTalk great find
     
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