[linux-dvb] Update to au-Melbourne scan list

Bruce Schultz bruce.schultz at gmail.com
Mon Feb 11 13:16:58 CET 2008


On 21/01/08 08:13, Peter D. wrote:
> On Monday 21 January 2008, Bruce Schultz wrote:
>   
>> On 20/01/08 20:47, Peter D. wrote:
>>     
>>> On Sunday 20 January 2008, Jeff Bailes wrote:
>>>       
>>>> Hi,
>>>> 	Back in November, channel Seven changed their fec_hi from 2/3 to 3/4
>>>> causing scans to not pick it up
>>>> ( http://www.dba.org.au/index.asp?sectionID=39&newsID=982&display=news
>>>> ). The new entry in the au-Melbourne file for channel seven should be:
>>>> # Seven
>>>> T 177500000 7MHz 3/4 NONE QAM64 8k 1/16 NONE
>>>>
>>>> I attached the complete updated file anyway.
>>>> 	Jeff
>>>>         
>>> They are a pain.
>>>
>>> Anyway, according to the web site that you quoted, all tuners that
>>> comply with Australian standards will cope without adjustment. 
>>> Unfortunately not all tuners comply with Australian standards.  :-(
>>>
>>> Presumably all au-tuning_files should have their channel 7 entry
>>> updated. Can this be done at the data base end, or do all files have to
>>> be re-submitted?  Also the GI in Brisbane is noted as changing as well.
>>>       
>> I can confirm that the au-Brisbane scan file needs to change. It works
>> now for me with the same channel 7 line that Jeff included above. Scan
>> wasn't finding channel 7 without the change.
>>     
>
> Did you just change fec_hi, or did you change the Guard Interval as 
> well?  The quoted web page states that the GI is now 1/16.  (It is 
> possible that your card is smart enough to sort out GI by itself, 
> but not fec_hi.)  
>   
Sorry about the belated reply.... Yes, I changed the GI to 1/16.


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