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Topic # 26717 1-Oct-2008 12:15
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hi,
i have a satellite receiver (http://www.skyworthdigital.com/pdf/200612119343647244.pdf) and a dish from Oneb and want to configure it for freeview, could someone give me guidelines to do it
cheers

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  Reply # 168305 1-Oct-2008 12:39
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Hi, not being exactly farmiliar with that STB, but you need to configure a LNB setup for Optus D1, depending on what LNB you have it will need a LO frequency of 11300 or 10750MHz, or possibly 10600 with 22kHz on  if a universal.

Then you need to setup two transponders for that with parameters frequency of 12483MHz and 12456MHz, both need common parameters of Symbol rate 22500ksym/sec and polarity Horizontal, typically no other parameters are needed to be added. Then scan these two transponders and hopefully you are on your way.

hope this helps.

Cyril

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