This post was most recently updated on September 7th, 2019
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Manually add TP to Qsat & G6
This task is very easy on other decoders like strong and t-link, to say the least. In fact, before the advent of sat-trackers/sat-finders, strong decoders have been the standard decoder for scanning/tracking a new satellite in Africa. Unfortunately, not every installer knows how to use one. Almost every model of a strong decoder is very easy to manipulate. The task of manually editing and manually add TPs in G6 is relatively easy while the task is tricky or let me call it a bit difficult on Qsat.
Adding a TP to A Qsat Decoder Manually
To add a frequency to the frequency list on a qsat decoder, complete the following steps:
- On the qsat remote control, press menu
- Now navigate to Installation
- Press the OK button
- Next, enter 0000 as the default password
- Go to Transponder List
- Press the red button to “ADD”
- After this, Input your frequency, satellite name, polarization and symbol rates. Then press OK twice to mark the newly added TP
- Lastly, press the blue button to start the channels scan. You need to choose manual scan and press ok.\
- Once you complete the scanning on qsat, all the channels that are on that TP will appear.
ADD Transponder to AZSKY G6 Decoder
The manual tp process is a bit easier on Azsky G6.
- First off, press menu on your remote control.
- Next, go to installation and select manual scan.
- Under manual scan, edit the symbol rate>>press the green button.
- Next, change the satellite name and the frequency then press OK.
This may just come handy if you own the old models of Qsat decoders like q11g. By contrast, modern qsat decoders like cobox, and nusky are updated with all the latest satellite transponders. If you are in the market to get a model by Qsat team, you will be better off with their newest models. Besides, they are no longer supporting older models.