I welcome you all to this month’s updates on everything satellite tv. Lemmy Morgan May 2018 Update will analyse and provide information on past events since our last update, what is currently trending as well as what you should expect in the upcoming months. Also, we shall give a brief overview of cheap data currently available as well as other mobile tutorials. It is going to be a lengthy but insightful article. Trust us to deliver as usual.
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Lemmy Morgan May 2018 Update: Let us discuss Free to air channels!!
This site has been promoting free to air channels in an aggressive manner since we stopped selling dongles. Now, what I categorise as free to air can be tagged as channels that open on your free to air decoder without you connecting the decoder to the internet. By extension, these channels require a satellite dish of various sizes. Also, this channels could be such that is currently in test transmission(E.g tstv) or as a feed channel that comes up only at certain times.
I will reluctantly say, feed channels that require public biss keys can also fit into this. However, immediately such keys are block, then they cease to be FTA. I have a high-search traffic article dedicated to free to air channels only(Some basic free to air channels and their frequencies ). In addition, there are other incremental articles on free to air channels with you can avail yourself of. The most important thing to note is that the bigger the size of your dish, the more you enjoy free to air channels.
To wrap up Lemmy Morgan May 2018 Update on FTA, let me quickly explain my last article on Transponders(Frequencies and symbol rates). You will agree with me that we need Transponders details in other to track any satellite channels. You can find the article here with the following title(Latest transponder/channels updates (from King Of Sat, Flysat, Lyngsat, TrackSat..)
Explaining the technical terms in my last transponder article
The article appeared as shown below. Generally, this is a no-brainer for any professional satellite installer. However, we have emerging installers and amateurs ones in the house. I will simply explain the first few lines and you will grab the rest.
Eutelsat 7 West A, 7°W
(22h13) A new channel has started in DVB-S Clear: Anwar Alrawhaniyat (undefined) on 10930.16MHz, pol.H SR:27500 FEC:5/6 SID:3571 PID:8030/8031 Arabic.
(10h41) A new channel has started in DVB-S2 Nagravision 3: Spektrum HD (Czech republic) on 12607.00MHz, pol.V SR:26660 FEC:2/3 SID:3012 PID:1202[MPEG-4]/1203 aac Czech,1204 aac Hungarian.
(22h13) MB Duha has left 10930.16MHz, pol.H (DVB-S SID:3571 PID:8030/8031 Arabic), it is no longer transmitted by satellite in Europe.
The breakdown of the above satellite tv information
The satellite name: Eutelsat 7 West A,
The satellite position(that is where your dish would be facing: 7°W
The time when this information appears( you must relate this to the date(22h13)
Further information about the sat and the decoder that can open the channel: A new channel has started in DVB-S
This means the encryption is not known yet, so it is opening free at the moment: Clear
The exact name of the channel as it appears on your decoder/tv: Anwar Alrawhaniyat (undefined)
Polarization(LNB skew): pol.H (Compulsory)
Symbol rate: SR:27500( compulsory)
FEC: 5/6 SID:3571 PID:8030/8031(This information is for advanced setup so it is generally ignored)
Broadcast language: Arabic.