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# 20649 1-Apr-2008 21:36
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Just got my USB DVB-T dongle. Scan gave me 7 channels on 538000 and 570000 around 6-7PM. But I cannot find any existing channel now. Pretty strange, is FreeView doing some upgrading or servicing tonight for GA tomorrow?

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  # 120413 2-Apr-2008 08:24
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What USB Dongle do you have, Brand and model?




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  # 120425 2-Apr-2008 09:10
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You should have also found the kordia mux at 666000 aswell. I don't think they are down.

 
 
 
 




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  # 120714 3-Apr-2008 13:35
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Thanks for the reply.

I think it is OK now. Maybe they were doing some adjusting or something like that on 1/4 evening. I now get around 17 of them including two FM channels that covers 538000, 570000, and 666000.
The dongle is a no brand DVB-T Dongle from ebay HongKong for 30$ including postage, 25$ for DVBViewer, both of them work pretty well now. Cool Cool.

The only problem here now is I found is my computer without hardware H.264 decode support is not fast enough (It is OK, but processor usage is around 80% which is not good)
Maybe need to spend some money to setup a HTPC for playing media.

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