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Anyone has updated information about Hypermux parameters? It left old frequency, and it is not at 11073V yet. Maybe they changed satellite? Any news? Thanks.
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Hello and a very happy 2019 to everybody! Unfortunately this thread is dead from last September. Last post was from me, unfortunately no reply to my request of possible updated news about EBU Hypermux. My latest information are that EBU surely implemented NS4 and PROTCASTER, a new, more secure, encryption system based on single receiver addressing. But I do not find main frequency, earlier at 7 East. Sometimes they switch on occasional NS4 signal at 7 East (mainly with SR 22856) for Champions League and last season Formula 1 broadcast, but I don't know about Hypermux or similar. Anyone has more news? Thanks. Again, HAPPY NEW YEAR!
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Feedsat has stopped posting but he usually knows what’s going on and is the only person with an authorised receiver, the key to success here is lots of money and friends in high places! Good luck!!!
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Hi Harshy, how are you? Well, I have very few money and no friends in high places unfortunately. Surely no one (except Feedsat, maybe) can get those feeds because no authorized receivers are released. But I do not understand why these informations are lacking now. Why we can not know EBU feeds frequencies? What is the problem? I don't know, really. Thanks.
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Hello and a very happy 2019 to everybody! Unfortunately this thread is dead from last September. Last post was from me, unfortunately no reply to my request of possible updated news about EBU Hypermux. My latest information are that EBU surely implemented NS4 and PROTCASTER, a new, more secure, encryption system based on single receiver addressing. But I do not find main frequency, earlier at 7 East. Sometimes they switch on occasional NS4 signal at 7 East (mainly with SR 22856) for Champions League and last season Formula 1 broadcast, but I don't know about Hypermux or similar. Anyone has more news? Thanks. Again, HAPPY NEW YEAR!
Regular frequency
- SES 14 (47,5W)
3745 R 70000 (NS4)
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- Eutelsat 10A (10E)
11387 V 34285 (NS3)
11262 V 35295 (NS4)
11220 H 35295 (NS4)
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- Apstar 7 (76,5E)
3980 V 34285 (NS4)
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- Asiasat 5 (100.5E)
4080 V 70000 (NS4)
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Regular frequency
- SES 14 (47,5W)
3745 R 70000 (NS4)
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- Eutelsat 10A (10E)
11387 V 34285 (NS3)
11262 V 35295 (NS4)
11220 H 35295 (NS4)
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- Apstar 7 (76,5E)
3980 V 34285 (NS4)
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- Asiasat 5 (100.5E)
4080 V 70000 (NS4)

Excuse me what's in that 47w frequency.
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Regular frequency
- SES 14 (47,5W)
3745 R 70000 (NS4)
.
- Eutelsat 10A (10E)
11387 V 34285 (NS3)
11262 V 35295 (NS4)
11220 H 35295 (NS4)
.
- Apstar 7 (76,5E)
3980 V 34285 (NS4)
.
- Asiasat 5 (100.5E)
4080 V 70000 (NS4)
Thank you Forsat for this very useful topic! I knew about 47.5W and 100.5E, but not about 10E new frequencies. So, it seems that Hypermux was splitted in two different muxes: 2 narrower TP having SR 35295 instead of one frequency having larger SR of 70000. Thank you again.
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Hi Harshy, how are you? Well, I have very few money and no friends in high places unfortunately. Surely no one (except Feedsat, maybe) can get those feeds because no authorized receivers are released. But I do not understand why these informations are lacking now. Why we can not know EBU feeds frequencies? What is the problem? I don't know, really. Thanks.
I am not too bad Francescone, Forsat do you actually receive the services and what’s on it, is Premier League tv there, La Liga TV?
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