dvb-c frequencies wanted for CAIW Netherlands

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  1. tjeerd

    tjeerd New Member

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    I've got it working, floppydtv-c, quite easy too, MP works super.



    Only one problem, I don't have all the frequencies needed....

    please help...
     
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    hmmz, dont know them either, - but will probably be in nead of them soon as well, - its there a newsgroup on caiway nl ( not sure - will have to look myself...)....

    anyway keep us posted -
     
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    I've got the same problem too with CAIW, I can't find RTL7, but i don't know the specified values. Anybody knows a link with all the frequencies?
     
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    Same problem!

    Hi I've got the same problem.

    Today I added a firedtv with an home smartcard. But whatever I try I can't get the standard Dutch, Belgium, German, English channels to work.

    All the new optional digital channels work fine.... But I still have to use the analog card to view the basic channels. I've tried to find the channel frequencies but i can't find them anywhere.
     
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    Can't you just scan?

    You want to add frequencies by hand?
    Why not just scan for channels?
     
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    Hi Guys,

    I found a solution for CAIW.
    MP doesnt find all channels somehow!
    And if it does, it doesnt get all configurations right.

    But the "MyTheatre" supplied by digital-everywhere dot com does!
    So the Floppy DTV is working correct, but somehow MP doesnt with scanning.

    The solution I did:
    - Scan all channels with MyTheathre
    - Write down all channel properties (select read out in decimals in options)
    - Scan all channels with MP
    - Add/change them manually in mediaportal TV setup :(

    LOTS of work, but as far as I know the only GOOD solution.

    Greets TrendyUser
     
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