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#56672 20-Jan-2010 18:19
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Hi I really need the settings for freeview to put in my decoder.

I am using a sky digital dish about 4-6 years old.

In the LNB Setting I need:

Universal LNB on / off ?
Lnb freq high ?
Lnb freq Low ?

Lnb power ?

12V output?

On transponder setting I need to know:
Freq?
SR?
and Polar?

I think this is worth a beer!

Thanks in advance!!!

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  #291620 20-Jan-2010 19:23
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andreashagen: Hi I really need the settings for freeview to put in my decoder.

I am using a sky digital dish about 4-6 years old.

In the LNB Setting I need:

Universal LNB on / off ?
Lnb freq high ?
Lnb freq Low ?

Lnb power ?

12V output?

On transponder setting I need to know:
Freq?
SR?
and Polar?

I think this is worth a beer!

Thanks in advance!!!





Freq= 12456
SR=22500
Polarity=Horizontal


Sorry I can not help with other settings.

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  #291661 20-Jan-2010 22:22
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OK Here goes.

Universal LNB on / off ? OFF
Lnb freq high ? 10750
Lnb freq Low ? 10750

Lnb power ? ON

12V output? 0V or OFF

On transponder setting I need to know:
Freq? 12456
SR? 22500
and Polar? H or horizontal

 
 
 
 


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  #291764 21-Jan-2010 10:04
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NZ Freeview:
Frequency : 12483 and 12456
Symbol Rate : 22500
LNB Polarisation : Horizontal

Aussie SBS:
Freq: 12646MHz
Pol: Vertical
SR: 12600

Then down the line, when you scan 4 TV1 channels....
TV ONE Auckland + All FTA VPID 515 APID 653 PCR 515
TV ONE Waikato - VPID 519 APID 657 PCR 519
TV ONE Wellington + Central - VPID 513 APID 651 PCR 513
TV ONE Christchurch + Dunedin - VPID 517 APID 655 PCR 517

The Coship has settings for standard 1 and standard 2 lnb's from memory. You need to pick the one that suits your lnb shape.
If the bit on the end of the arm on the satellite dish is:
oval, then 10750
round, then 11300

If you're connecting this to a widescreen digital tv, lcd or plasma, then select aspect ration 4:3 Alt and set you TV to 16:9. (The coship has mislabled the 16:9 output as 4:3 Alt for some stupid reason).

Good luck!



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  #292462 23-Jan-2010 13:39
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Thanks I've got freeview sorted now, does anybody know the LNB settings for optus d2 for the same decoder. Or does anybod know where I should look?

Thanks in advance!

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  #292499 23-Jan-2010 17:04
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The dual Sky LNB does not do D2, it does C1 at 156 E, and to access it you switch on 22 K tone. LNB is still L.O 10750 . Enjoy the Info screen unless your box has an Aurora card, as all other channels are scrambled. Channel 7 is the only one of interest as the SBS channels are now available on D1



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  #292545 23-Jan-2010 18:47
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I've had a second dish installed that points to d2. If somebod can plz advise the settings.

Thanks in advance!



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  #292557 23-Jan-2010 19:54
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HI,

I now have two dishes, one an old sky dish which works great now with freeview. The second dish is pointing to Optus D2. On the dish it has LO 11.3 GHZ. Would somebod please advise what I need to program into my Coship decoder as above to get the d2 fta channels. Any help would be much appreciated. I am new to satellites.

Thanks in advance!

 
 
 
 


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  #292558 23-Jan-2010 19:55
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With respect, the settings will be on the LNB label that only you can see.

It will be presented as 11.3 Ghz, 10750 or some other description such as Universal LNB.



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  #292560 23-Jan-2010 19:59
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Btw I am using a disecq for the two dishes Freeview works no problem



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  #292575 23-Jan-2010 20:51
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The details from the label on the dish are as follows:

Dish type Veccom LK2D5
LO: 11.3 GHZ
I think it says Input 12.25 - 12.75GHZ
I think also says "IF" 950 - 1450 MHZ

I would appreciate if someone can plz advise what to put for the above dish into a Coship CDVB2000E for the Optus d2 satellite for channels such as Dutch BVN.

I am new to this any help much appreciated!

In the LNB Setting I need:

Universal LNB on / off ?
Lnb freq high ?
Lnb freq Low ?

Lnb power ?

12V output?

On transponder setting I need to know:
Freq?
SR?
and Polar?

Thanks in advance!



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  #292584 23-Jan-2010 21:26
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BTW I'm in Auckland, NZ don't know why the Aus flag is showing

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  #292585 23-Jan-2010 21:32
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andreashagen: I've had a second dish installed that points to d2. If somebod can plz advise the settings.

Thanks in advance!


Why dont you ask the person that installed the dish?

whoever installed it should be capable of making it work.

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  #292594 23-Jan-2010 22:58
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You've already answered your own question, if you have 11300 lnb you use that setting in decoder, that simple. If 10750 then use that. The other settings for D2 are http://www.lyngsat.com/optusd2.html




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  #292597 23-Jan-2010 23:10
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You aren't going to make any friends willing to spoon feed you if you keep doing multiple posts to re-bump and multiple threads as per
http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?ForumId=83&TopicId=56786

Sit down, relax, and re-read the previous thread/posts. Information you are after is all there.

Most importantly the LNB details you are asking for and have been seff posted (113.000), and the transponder information for the channels cab be found at
http://www.lyngsat.com/optusd1.html
http://www.lyngsat.com/optusd2.html

EG: 12706 H

freq 12706, polarisation Horizontal (H)

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