T2-MI @ 40.5W - Not a standard transmission

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T2-MI @ 40.5W - Not a standard transmission

Postby sato » Mon Feb 10, 2020 10:38 pm

Hi Jack,

standard T2-MI works on your player like a charm there`s no doubt about it, but I`d like to point out that there`s a T2-MI transmission that uses "something specific" your player can`t handle for some reason at the moment.
The T2-MI transmission I`m talking about comes from SES 6 @ 40.5W https://www.lyngsat.com/SES-6.html on frequencies such as: 3887 L , 3999 L , 4012 L , 4099 L , 4111 L , 4126 L , 4130 L or 4183 L.
Player (scanner) can see the signal, but will not find anything. To identify all available channels on those transponders 4T2 Content analyser must be used.

So my question to you is: Will you be so kind to look at that issue and fix that if possible in the next version of your brilliant player, please? Many DXers will be very pleased to get those signals without messing around.
Ts file has been uploaded on several servers for you to look at it.
Thank you for your time and effort. We all appreciate it.
Regards
Sato & Peon (Onacila)

https://gofile.io/?c=ogWDSA
https://easyupload.io/bu5y2s
https://files.fm/u/zx2r42me

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Re: T2-MI @ 40.5W - Not a standard transmission

Postby SmartDVB » Tue Feb 11, 2020 2:40 pm

Good day,

So my question to you is: Will you be so kind to look at that issue and fix that if possible in the next version of your brilliant player


Thanks once more for the extensive report and examples. I think the app needs a patch to handle different T2MI encapsulation PID's (when changing the PID to 0x40, 64 decimal, used in the example streams i'm able to see the channels so a fix will not be difficult). Btw i had some sync issues (0x47) with your samples.
edit: this actually is an app issue/bug since at the time of implementation all t2mi streams seemed to use the same encapsulation PID.

best regards
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T2-MI @ 40.5W - Not a standard transmission

Postby sato » Tue Feb 11, 2020 8:25 pm

Hello there,

many thanks for your prompt reply and good news.
We`ve prepared a few more ts files for you to test from the following frequencies: 3887, 3999, 4012 and 4099.

If you need anything else, please do not hesitate to ask.
Regards
Sato & Peon

https://files.fm/u/qnhqswsv
https://gofile.io/?c=Wr6ED4
https://easyupload.io/jja8oj
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Re: T2-MI @ 40.5W - Not a standard transmission

Postby VictorLS » Mon Feb 24, 2020 1:45 pm

sato wrote:We've prepared a few more ts files for you to test from the following frequencies: 3887, 3999, 4012 and 4099

Thanks.
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What about records from 4111 L , 4126 L , 4130 L or 4183 L (if they are received with acceptable S/N and therefore low BER) ~ same length as previous four files to check?
And let Peon (with your help here) gives right and equal SymbolRates to lyngsat.com and flysat.com ;)
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