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Topic # 113001 1-Jan-2013 18:48
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Is anyone picking up the Brisbane International 7TWO feeds from across the ditch? 
on Optus D1 and frequency? 

They were on last year, just wandering where the NZ Media are getting the 7 Feeds from

Any help would be great seeing as I now dont have access to full coverage of the ASB Classic




 

 

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  Reply # 739209 1-Jan-2013 19:41
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Picked up some 8PSK feed called TENIS yesterday night, but can't decode HD so didn't see any picture, just audio.

Not sure what the no. was.

Do a blindscan on D1, see what pops up.



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  Reply # 739340 2-Jan-2013 11:47
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Hmmm the frequency numbers would help heaps

anyone else who has information?




 

 

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  Reply # 739381 2-Jan-2013 13:51
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Give 12651GHz V a try.

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  Reply # 739397 2-Jan-2013 15:16
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Sat: D1
Modulation 8PSK
Symbol rate: 7500 Ks
FEC: 5/6

I have quite a big(ish) dish so you may not be able to pick it up...

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