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    Discussion about all FEEDs

    Sorry I missed your reply barney. The only receivers I'm aware of which report fractional MHz in their user-interfaces are PC based with DVB card. But of course the temperature drift of local oscillators in both LNB and the conversion stages of your DVB card renders those fractional MHz...
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    Can someone tell me what smart card theese are?

    I still have my old PC which should have all my build environment for Atmel (maybe even AVR Studio) and sources both public and private. Hopefully it will still boot. One thing you may have noticed from the plastic funcard's schematics (ie credit-card sized smartcard with embedded 8515) is that...
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    Can someone tell me what smart card theese are?

    Hi - I will make every effort to help you. It'll be kind of nice to revisit where I started off. All my funcard projects were ISO7816 (ie smartcard) emulators for Nagravision 1. I have no idea about java: I only truly know/use C these days... I'm very rusty on atmega assembler. I wouldn't worry...
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    Can someone tell me what smart card theese are?

    Around 20 years ago the new digital conditional access systems were at their first revision... at one time a single funcard could open the majority of DTH broadcasts. As years went by, smartcard security got hardened, and algorithms / encryption became more sophisticated eg RSA was employed...
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    Can someone tell me what smart card theese are?

    There were a variety of software tools, plus all manner of hardware interfaces for programming. Hardware was anything from home-made parallel port device plus avrdude, through to Duolabs CAS2/3 and its bundled software. The latter is probably your preferred solution on modern PC only offering...
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    Can someone tell me what smart card theese are?

    Those funcards, based on Atmel AT90S8515 plus I2C EEPROM of varying size (and similar eg ATMega163) were the last "computer" I felt I had near total mastery of at the hardware level. Everything else since then has become massively complex. Writing in avrasm assembler and all. I had the fastest...
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    Discussion about all FEEDs

    Sorry to be a pedant, but 7E 12726.83 MHz V 7500 11102.00 MHz H 14400 10E you can write anything you like :ROFLMAO:
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    FTA Cycling Feeds

    7.0E Eutelsat 7B/7C Cycling: Tour of Flanders 11023H 7200 (9.1dB*) Ident: BEL-115 ENC1 Provider: RTBF HD H264 420 FTA *Reception in North West England: dish Triax TD110, receiver Octagon SF4008. is down.
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    how to log Nagra2 EMM

    Necro thread resurrection lol. Nagra EMM-G were/are sent with table_id 0x82 (and coincidently with the camid/card address bytes set to all 00s). Nagra EMM-S and EMM-U were/are sent with table_id 0x83 followed by the camid shared address.
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    Award Prizes Feeds

    Eutelsat 7A (7.0°E) 7.0E 11597V 7500 Encoder 51 (Globecast Americas) Awards: Oscars 2023 7.0E 11606V 7500 Ad-Hoc ENC 52 (Globecast Americas) Awards: Oscars 2023 For pedants like me: feeds in previous post were likely spaced by 9MHz also, as is typical for symbol rates 7120-7500.
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    Eutelsat 7E: mapping feed transponders

    Lyngsat & kingofsat both seem to list feed TPs verbatim using details reported by users, & without trying to correct for measurement errors in reported user data. Same goes with this site. Nor can I find "official" lists of feed transponders...