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    I have found TP's in this area of sky before, but never a channel.
    This looks to be Apstar 9 as this TP is listed for 2016 on Lyngsat.
    3816 H 3299 "Solar Sabong"
    SID: 17
    PID:1160 / 1120 / 23
    Caid: 0e00
    Loaction: Christchurch
    Dish: 3m
    Reciever: Freesat V8Pro2

    Other TP's seen but not fully locked: 4125 V 4799 and 4014 V 4950

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    Quote Originally Posted by Feralkiwi View Post
    I have found TP's in this area of sky before, but never a channel.
    This looks to be Apstar 9 as this TP is listed for 2016 on Lyngsat.
    3816 H 3299 "Solar Sabong"
    SID: 17
    PID:1160 / 1120 / 23
    Caid: 0e00
    Loaction: Christchurch
    Dish: 3m
    Reciever: Freesat V8Pro2

    Other TP's seen but not fully locked: 4125 V 4799 and 4014 V 4950

    Owen
    Yes it comes and goes that channel, Its a Philippines chicken fight channel usually Powervu. As for 4125 V its a weirdd one with CCTV5 on one of the channels using a special generic mode. Have had images off it using tbs tuner card on Aussie setup.

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    I found another channel / TP
    I don'tknow if is this sat, Apstar 9, but is around there.

    4125 V 4799, Channels DTV1, DTV2, DTV3, DTV4.
    DTV1; SID: 16
    I got a pulsing lock with bricked video and chopped audio.

    Receiver: Freesat V8 Pro2, 3m dish.

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    Yes, thats the one.. CCTV5 China using VCM mode and changing modulation You can some weird broken up pics also using a tbs tuner card..cctv5 is on dtv1 rest dont give pics
    maybe ask freesat if they can get it working?

    https://www.lyngsat.com/Apstar-9.html

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    Apstar 9 142E 4077 V Sr 2083 Fec 2/3 DVB S2 8PSK

    BYU TV (SD) started FTA with many audio tracks

    Vpid 4864 (h264) Apid 4865 SID: 301 @ AP: Eng - Man (*unnamed-301*)
    Vpid 4864 (h264) APid 4866 SID: 302 @ AP: Tah - Fre (*unnamed-302*)
    Vpid 4864 (h264) Apid 4867 SID: 303 @ AP: Jpn - Por (*unnamed-303*)
    Vpid 4864 (h264) Apid 4868 SID: 304 @ AP: Mar - Poh (*unnamed-304*)
    Vpid 4864 (h264) Apid 4869 SID: 305 @ AP: Eng - Sam (*unnamed-305*)
    Vpid 4864 (h264) Apid 4870 SID: 306 @ AP: Eng - Kor (*unnamed-306*)
    Vpid 4864 (h264) Apid 4871 SID: 307 @ AP: Fij - Hin (*unnamed-307*)
    Vpid 4864 (h264) Apid 4872 SID: 308 @ AP: Sam - Ton (*unnamed-308*)
    Vpid 4864 (h264) Apid 4881 SID: 309 @ AP: Ind - Tha (*unnamed-309*)
    Vpid 4864 (h264) Apid 4882 SID: 310 @ AP: Cam - Can (*unnamed-310*)
    Vpid 4864 (h264) Apid 4883 SID: 311 @ AP: Ilo - Hil (*unnamed-311*)
    Vpid 4864 (h264) Apid 4884 SID: 312 @ AP: Mon - Spa (*unnamed-312*)
    Vpid 4864 (h264) Apid 4885 SID: 313 @ AP: Eng - Rus (*unnamed-313*)
    Vpid 4864 (h264) Apid 4886 SID: 314 @ AP: Tam - Vie (*unnamed-314*)
    Vpid 4864 (h264) Apid 4887 SID: 315 @ AP: Eng - Tag (*unnamed-315*)
    Vpid 4864 (h264) Apid 4889 SID: 316 @ AP: Eng - Ceb (*unnamed-316*)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Apsattv View Post
    Apstar 9 142E 4077 V Sr 2083 Fec 2/3 DVB S2 8PSK

    BYU TV (SD) started FTA with many audio tracks

    Vpid 4864 (h264) Apid 4865 SID: 301 @ AP: Eng - Man (*unnamed-301*)
    Vpid 4864 (h264) APid 4866 SID: 302 @ AP: Tah - Fre (*unnamed-302*)
    Vpid 4864 (h264) Apid 4867 SID: 303 @ AP: Jpn - Por (*unnamed-303*)
    Vpid 4864 (h264) Apid 4868 SID: 304 @ AP: Mar - Poh (*unnamed-304*)
    Vpid 4864 (h264) Apid 4869 SID: 305 @ AP: Eng - Sam (*unnamed-305*)
    Vpid 4864 (h264) Apid 4870 SID: 306 @ AP: Eng - Kor (*unnamed-306*)
    Vpid 4864 (h264) Apid 4871 SID: 307 @ AP: Fij - Hin (*unnamed-307*)
    Vpid 4864 (h264) Apid 4872 SID: 308 @ AP: Sam - Ton (*unnamed-308*)
    Vpid 4864 (h264) Apid 4881 SID: 309 @ AP: Ind - Tha (*unnamed-309*)
    Vpid 4864 (h264) Apid 4882 SID: 310 @ AP: Cam - Can (*unnamed-310*)
    Vpid 4864 (h264) Apid 4883 SID: 311 @ AP: Ilo - Hil (*unnamed-311*)
    Vpid 4864 (h264) Apid 4884 SID: 312 @ AP: Mon - Spa (*unnamed-312*)
    Vpid 4864 (h264) Apid 4885 SID: 313 @ AP: Eng - Rus (*unnamed-313*)
    Vpid 4864 (h264) Apid 4886 SID: 314 @ AP: Tam - Vie (*unnamed-314*)
    Vpid 4864 (h264) Apid 4887 SID: 315 @ AP: Eng - Tag (*unnamed-315*)
    Vpid 4864 (h264) Apid 4889 SID: 316 @ AP: Eng - Ceb (*unnamed-316*)

    That's one Bird that I have in my XML file on the Ultimo 4k box but I have not activated yet due to no Channels yet until now. When I have time I might find the BYU Channel just to lock that position so I can see it in my Satellite List.

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    I still scan in a set of four channels, DTV1, DTV2, DTV3, and DTV4 on 4125V4800 as well as these new BYU channels.
    I also found a channel called "Service01" on 4157 H 6364 at somewhere around 150e that has the same breaking in audio as the channel on Horizons-3e and Eutelsat172.
    I am now wondering if these channels are phone services, as I only ever hear people speaking, not music / program sounds.

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    Funny thing yesterday I went to the site I use to generate the XML file to suit the ULTIMO 4K with Blackhole images and in the selection they had Apstar 9 @142 Deg east so I ticked it in my selection of all the sats I want but when I downloaded it I found there was nothing in the entry
    (click on it, I opened to check, no Apstar 9 @142 deg east ) for Apstar 142 Deg east. Now I selected only Active Transponders not Inactive Transponders. I use this site http://satellites-xml.org/ (From King of Sat Files) because to get my XML file it works perfect
    for Blackhole and Ultimo 4K as the other site creates issues in my Reception Settings https://satellites-xml.eu/ (uses Lyngsat) this site has crashed so its off line ATM. I don't know how long KING of SATS take to update there system to update their Transponders/channel list
    for a given satellite.
    Last edited by Blackman; 14-08-2019 at 05:47 PM.

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    [QUOTE=Blackman;16292]Now I selected only Active Transponders not Inactive Transponders. I use this site http://satellites-xml.org/ (From King of Sat Files)

    Yes set inactive you get the below and 142 is there but I dont want to set it at Inactive as the scan takes too long llike 2 and a half hours to do instead of 1.45 hours to do all the 26 satellites


    </sat>


    -<sat position="1381" flags="1" name="138.0E C-band Telstar 18 Vantage">

    <transponder modulation="2" system="1" fec_inner="3" polarization="1" symbol_rate="4444000" frequency="3703000"/>

    <transponder modulation="2" system="1" fec_inner="3" polarization="0" symbol_rate="4500000" frequency="3707000"/>

    <transponder modulation="2" system="1" fec_inner="2" polarization="1" symbol_rate="3333000" frequency="3710000"/>

    <transponder modulation="1" system="1" fec_inner="3" polarization="0" symbol_rate="3333000" frequency="3824000"/>

    <transponder modulation="1" system="1" fec_inner="3" polarization="0" symbol_rate="1660000" frequency="3827000"/>

    <transponder modulation="2" system="1" fec_inner="3" polarization="0" symbol_rate="2222000" frequency="3830000"/>

    <transponder modulation="1" system="1" fec_inner="3" polarization="0" symbol_rate="3600000" frequency="3834000"/>

    <transponder modulation="2" system="1" fec_inner="2" polarization="0" symbol_rate="4444000" frequency="3840000"/>

    <transponder modulation="2" system="1" fec_inner="2" polarization="0" symbol_rate="2240000" frequency="3849000"/>

    <transponder modulation="2" system="1" fec_inner="2" polarization="0" symbol_rate="2500000" frequency="3856000"/>

    <transponder modulation="1" system="0" fec_inner="3" polarization="0" symbol_rate="4290000" frequency="3866000"/>

    <transponder modulation="1" system="0" fec_inner="3" polarization="0" symbol_rate="6660000" frequency="3872000"/>

    <transponder modulation="1" system="0" fec_inner="3" polarization="0" symbol_rate="1850000" frequency="3888000"/>

    <transponder modulation="2" system="1" fec_inner="3" polarization="0" symbol_rate="4444000" frequency="3895000"/>

    <transponder modulation="1" system="0" fec_inner="3" polarization="1" symbol_rate="3000000" frequency="3930000"/>

    <transponder modulation="1" system="0" fec_inner="3" polarization="1" symbol_rate="3000000" frequency="3935000"/>

    <transponder modulation="2" system="1" fec_inner="3" polarization="1" symbol_rate="17600000" frequency="3948000"/>

    <transponder modulation="1" system="1" fec_inner="4" polarization="1" symbol_rate="30000000" frequency="4020000"/>

    </sat>


    -<sat position="1421" flags="1" name="142.0E C-band Apstar 9">

    <transponder modulation="1" system="0" fec_inner="3" polarization="0" symbol_rate="3300000" frequency="3816000"/>

    </sat>



    -<sat position="1440" flags="1" name="144.0E Superbird C2">

    <transponder modulation="2" system="1" fec_inner="2" polarization="1" symbol_rate="7457000" frequency="12276000"/>

    <transponder modulation="2" system="1" fec_inner="2" polarization="1" symbol_rate="7457000" frequency="12306000"/>

    <transponder modulation="1" system="0" fec_inner="3" polarization="1" symbol_rate="14910000" frequency="12319000"/>

    <transponder modulation="4" system="1" fec_inner="2" polarization="1" symbol_rate="7457000" frequency="12336000"/>

    <transponder modulation="2" system="1" fec_inner="2" polarization="1" symbol_rate="7457000" frequency="12385000"/>

    <transponder modulation="4" system="1" fec_inner="2" polarization="1" symbol_rate="7457000" frequency="12394000"/>

    <transponder modulation="2" system="1" fec_inner="2" polarization="1" symbol_rate="7457000" frequency="12403000"/>

    <transponder modulation="1" system="0" fec_inner="3" polarization="1" symbol_rate="21096000" frequency="12508000"/>

    <transponder modulation="2" system="1" fec_inner="7" polarization="0" symbol_rate="9365000" frequency="12546000"/>

    <transponder modulation="1" system="0" fec_inner="3" polarization="1" symbol_rate="3515000" frequency="12558000"/>

    <transponder modulation="1" system="0" fec_inner="3" polarization="1" symbol_rate="21096000" frequency="12598000"/>

    <transponder modulation="1" system="0" fec_inner="3" polarization="1" symbol_rate="21096000" frequency="12658000"/>

    </sat>

    </satellites>
    Last edited by Blackman; 15-08-2019 at 02:04 PM.

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    Hey Craig do you know the best way to contact http://satellites-xml.org/ beside contacting the Team VIX. If you look at Lynsat for Apstar 9 https://www.lyngsat.com/Apstar-9.html you will see 1 inactive and 2 active transponder there

    Thanks

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