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Topic # 42726 9-Oct-2009 11:30
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  Reply # 262683 9-Oct-2009 11:39
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say what? could you be more cryptic?



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  Reply # 262685 9-Oct-2009 11:42
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garvani: say what? could you be more cryptic?








like get channles from aus china ect i know this can be done with satalite dish from feeds on dvb-s but what about dvb-t

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 262691 9-Oct-2009 11:49
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Terrestrial means 'ground based'. So that mostly means line of sight transmission. The only way to get international broadcasts that way would be for them to be 'transferred' to NZ via satellite or landline and then rebroadcast.




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  Reply # 262693 9-Oct-2009 11:51
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In other words, you get what they have on the DVB-T lineup and that's it.






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  Reply # 262703 9-Oct-2009 12:30
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freitasm: In other words, you get what they have on the DVB-T lineup and that's it.


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  Reply # 262766 9-Oct-2009 14:33
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i understand when the V8's were in Hamilton there were some feeds sent via DVB-T from the track to the local site. But that was only in Hamilton. The only other is one of the TVNZ muxes was carrying Sportscafe for some reason last year.

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  Reply # 262952 10-Oct-2009 02:44
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allstarnz: i understand when the V8's were in Hamilton there were some feeds sent via DVB-T from the track to the local site. But that was only in Hamilton.


Hi allstarnz,

The feeds at the V8s were simply UHF analogue signals transmitted out to the big screens around the track, which people were tuning into on their ordinary TVs.

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