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Topic # 90027 13-Sep-2011 16:59
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Hi
I am looking at purchasing a Satlink Digital Terrestrial signals finder meter from overseas.It incorporates a tuner and 3.5" screen

Frequency range 46MHz - 870MHz
Level range 40dBuV - 110dBuV
Accuracy 2dB
Demodulation   COFDM
Mode  2K, 8K
FEC mode   1/2,2/3,3/4,5/6,7/8
Channel Bandwidth  6MHZ/7MHz 8MHz

My question is will this unit be compatible will NZ freeview hd signals? 

cheers
Ross 

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  Reply # 520572 13-Sep-2011 17:43
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8mhz bandwidth in NZ , so im guessing yes

not very accurate though @ 2db thats huge, you sure theres not a decimal point in there somwhere




 

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  Reply # 522658 18-Sep-2011 14:46
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Thanks for that - am going to get one in to trial

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  Reply # 524312 21-Sep-2011 22:03
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For something really cheap, what about something like this one...

http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Digital-TV-Aerial-Signal-Strength-Meter-Labgear-DVB-T-/270530662813

??

Anyone had any experience using one of these for basic setup?  Apparently quite popular with caravan/campervan owners.

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