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Topic # 56737 22-Jan-2010 10:13
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  Reply # 292124 22-Jan-2010 10:31
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Cool, I wonder what transponder they will be on. 






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  Reply # 292131 22-Jan-2010 10:47
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They should be on 12456 H which is the Kordia managed multiplex on DVB-S.

That multiplex is starting to look a little over full now.




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  Reply # 292133 22-Jan-2010 10:54
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I wish george fm would come to terrestrial freeview, why does DVB-S have more content available?

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  Reply # 292135 22-Jan-2010 11:01
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patznz: I wish george fm would come to terrestrial freeview, why does DVB-S have more content available?


Broadcasters have a choice of platform, delivering content in DVB-T costs significantly more than DVB-S to to the backhaul requirements between transmitters.

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  Reply # 292136 22-Jan-2010 11:17
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amen

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