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  # 996932 1-Mar-2014 11:15
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6 channels have lit up on the new multipex off Waiatarua, but only one of them has audio/video PIDS.

No channel numbers mapped yet.




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  # 997795 2-Mar-2014 21:18
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Ok, this is probably what is screwing with one of my modulaotrs in that case. Lets go re-tune things.




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  # 998024 3-Mar-2014 11:03
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richms: Ok, this is probably what is screwing with one of my modulaotrs in that case. Lets go re-tune things.


What's a modulator? Have I got one? do I need one? Will my wife let me buy one?

PS that post did make you sound a bit like a robot.




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  # 998045 3-Mar-2014 11:37
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turb: What's a modulator? Have I got one? do I need one? Will my wife let me buy one?

A thing (technical term) that turns stuff (another technical term) into RF. You probably don't have one. You probably don't need one. And you probably aren't allowed one.

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  # 998780 4-Mar-2014 13:28
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I moved the rf modulator and re scanned and got another channel appear last night I think it was 0800 or similar that it got assigned.

test patten with a bouncing pong like dot on it.




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  # 998858 4-Mar-2014 14:55
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richms: Ok, this is probably what is screwing with one of my modulaotrs in that case. Lets go re-tune things.


Yep.. I set up a modulator on ch35 for a friend.. they're looking at Pinehill, so it might still be ok.
I went with ch35 because it was listed as empty on here: http://www.qsl.net/zl1vfo/aktvchannels.htm



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  # 998860 4-Mar-2014 14:58
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I think mine was on 33 and a bit because it's an aussie one so the numbers mean nothing.




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  # 1000271 6-Mar-2014 17:03
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Channel 28 is live on Wharite. Currently only one DVB service "Test 6" showing a test pattern.

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  # 1000281 6-Mar-2014 17:15
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"Test 6" now showing up in Whakatane too (Te Aroha transmitter) on channel 28/530 MHz. Wasn't there a couple of days ago. Interestingly, EyeTV tags it as Kordia even though SMART says World TV.

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  # 1000284 6-Mar-2014 17:25
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Sommet Sports did post this on their twitter last year - maybe they are getting a mux to add more channels??



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  # 1003006 11-Mar-2014 20:44
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Channel 800 "Test 6" has appeared (not sure when) on our Panasonic TV without us doing anything. Test pattern with the pong-like thing. Signal is from Sugarloaf.

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  # 1003014 11-Mar-2014 20:57
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Appeared as 805 on my sisters Sony also pointing towards waitarua




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  # 1003055 11-Mar-2014 22:14
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grolschie: Channel 800 "Test 6" has appeared (not sure when) on our Panasonic TV without us doing anything. Test pattern with the pong-like thing. Signal is from Sugarloaf.

Something like this?

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  # 1003082 11-Mar-2014 23:21
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Similar-ish vertical coloured bars, but with a black horizontal line through the middle with a small square going back and forth along it beeping at each end.

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  # 1003103 12-Mar-2014 07:02
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haydenmarsh:
grolschie: Channel 800 "Test 6" has appeared (not sure when) on our Panasonic TV without us doing anything. Test pattern with the pong-like thing. Signal is from Sugarloaf.

Something like this?


No, as that's a 1080i pattern. Kordia and co still exist in a 576i world. Sommet exist in D1-CIF sub 1 Mbps world so I wouldn't want to see them have their own mux.




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