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Topic # 8230 14-Jun-2006 15:14
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I have been making some research regarding Free to Air TV via Satellite and i have also found that some decoders not only decode TV signals  but they also decode radio mp3 videos and DATA.

I dont know how true is this but i want to ask here because i dont know the answer to it Can you decode VDSL or ADSL form the Satellites too and get it for Free.

I have worked before with "backbone" technology using protocols 1033 for Voice and at some extent even Internet

If this is posible we are now in the edge of a major crackdown for the  big fellas becuase now ITS FREE!

thanks

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  Reply # 38500 14-Jun-2006 15:23
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If it was possible than it would probably already have been done.

So I am guessing it is not possible.

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  Reply # 38504 14-Jun-2006 15:52
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JAYCARTH: Can you decode VDSL or ADSL form the Satellites too and get it for Free.

A) nobody provides VDSL in New Zealand, unless of course ive missed something huge.
B) DSL signal is sent over copper wires and does not come via satellite. So no its not possible to decode VDSL or ADSL from satellite

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  Reply # 38543 14-Jun-2006 19:31
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These trolls are getting worse and worse... Or funnier and funnier depending on how you look at it.

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  Reply # 38547 14-Jun-2006 20:12
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muppet: These trolls are getting worse and worse... Or funnier and funnier depending on how you look at it.

In full agreement, not to mention that you would NEED something to UPLOAD data.

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  Reply # 38572 15-Jun-2006 08:06
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exactly. What good is downloading data that you didnt request.

If you could download a data stream that wasnt yours, your PC wouldnt know what to do with it, and even if it did, it would be like wtaching the neighbours TV - whatever they view, is all you could view.

Very strange post.

In this sense, there is no such thing as free broadband.




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Reply # 38576 15-Jun-2006 08:19
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Free broadband is me hacking my neighbours unsecured AP and nailing his data cap. But of course I wouldn't do that.




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  Reply # 38582 15-Jun-2006 09:08
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well my cuestion has been answered, and it seems that there is no FREE BROADBAND and also you cant decode it form the air
thanks for oyur replies

oh just one little thing when i post i clearly stated that I DONT KNOW THE ANSWER and I DONT KNOW HOW TRUE was this becuase i have seen lots of encountered information

Bye for now

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Reply # 38623 15-Jun-2006 12:08
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One thing we must all remember in this world there is no such thing as free, it will simply not happen in this age, everything always costs something

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Reply # 38627 15-Jun-2006 12:49
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I use my flux capacity to get free broadband....




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  Reply # 38678 15-Jun-2006 17:36

FLUX CAPACITOR cokemaster! havn't you seen Back to the Future??! Cool




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  Reply # 38693 15-Jun-2006 18:31
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I present to you all, The FLUX CAPACITY!
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flux_capacitor

Coke, Im never going to drop this you evil banmaster :P

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