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Topic # 223580 6-Oct-2017 19:56
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Trying to get the aussie signals over a week now without luck. Apparently ultraplus 1000+he can handle the feed . I am receiving everything but those channel 9 Channels . Any info would be appreciated. Like feed is still out there. Some using the same receiver. Etc...
Thanks in advance

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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 1878657 6-Oct-2017 20:16
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Check with Appsatv, I think you need a receiver that does 16 APSK


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  Reply # 1879129 7-Oct-2017 16:30
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Your receiver will handle 16APSK.  You need a dish that is 110cm or larger. 

 

The Aussie channels are hard to find and dish alignment is very sensitive.


 
 
 
 




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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 1879156 7-Oct-2017 17:28
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Thanks Peter. I think that is my issue. Finally decoder found chanells but keeps breaking up.

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  Reply # 1879871 9-Oct-2017 13:16
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12569 V Sr 26804 Fec 8/9 DVB S2 16 APSK

 

should be the settings

 

the high FEC means you need larger dish

 

You could also try on Optus D1

 

12638 V Sr 15000 16 APSK Fec 4/5

 

For a mux with Aussie channel 7

 

 

 

 





 


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