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#1 auxius

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Posted 4 January 2014 - 10:53

Hi i would like to ask if someone tried to put Blindscan feature on Openpli latest v4? Hope some smart developer will try to implement this. It would be a great feature.



Re: Implement BLINDSCAN on OpenPli 4 Beta #2 Erik Slagter

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Posted 4 January 2014 - 11:01

There already has been blindscan in OpenPLi 3 and 4 for a long time. Just not for the DMM receiver, because we're not allowed to.


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Re: Implement BLINDSCAN on OpenPli 4 Beta #3 auxius

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Posted 4 January 2014 - 11:05

There already has been blindscan in OpenPLi 3 and 4 for a long time. Just not for the DMM receiver, because we're not allowed to.

 

 

I know it sounds noob, is a DMM dreambox receiver? I forgot to state above that it's for DM800HDse. my current box. 



Re: Implement BLINDSCAN on OpenPli 4 Beta #4 Erik Slagter

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Posted 4 January 2014 - 11:07

DMM = Dream MultiMedia, it's the manufacturer of Dreamboxes. They decided to close up all new development, so we cannot (are not allowed to) use it.


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Re: Implement BLINDSCAN on OpenPli 4 Beta #5 auxius

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Posted 4 January 2014 - 11:18

DMM = Dream MultiMedia, it's the manufacturer of Dreamboxes. They decided to close up all new development, so we cannot (are not allowed to) use it.

I see, too bad. maybe there are some existing openPli images availble anywhere where Blindscan feature is integrate or compiled on .nfi file? is that possible? It's just i really need that feature badly. Where i live in the Philippines and whenever i scan TP on Asiasat 5 satellite in Automatic Scan or in Manual Single Satellite some channels can't be seen that Blindscan can. Is there any way to modify scanning frequency increment of "Manual Scan" > "Single Satellite" just like how Blindscan can do? I think it's the only way i could think to experiment something. 



Re: Implement BLINDSCAN on OpenPli 4 Beta #6 Erik Slagter

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Posted 4 January 2014 - 11:21

In that case your satellites.xml file is probably bogus. You should try to scan this transponder manually, giving frequency etc. from the remote, get the data from www.lyngsat.com or a site like that.


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Re: Implement BLINDSCAN on OpenPli 4 Beta #7 auxius

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Posted 4 January 2014 - 11:29

Yea that will be the last option to do. But what if i do not know that transponder freq. of that specific channel. That's why i love this blindscan feature and very useful to me. Asiasat 5 doesn't announce anything that they are gonna broadcast some encrypted PPV channel. The way to verify is to blind scan it first. And you have to set the accuracy to "5" i think that's 1000 or 2000 the scanning increment. not sure thou. 



Re: Implement BLINDSCAN on OpenPli 4 Beta #8 auxius

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Posted 4 January 2014 - 11:32

Maybe we could implement a scanning mode accuracy of "Automatic Scan" will be the best way. I don't know if it's against DMM policy. It's just an enhancement of the scan.



Re: Implement BLINDSCAN on OpenPli 4 Beta #9 auxius

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Posted 4 January 2014 - 11:37

Yea i just verified it, Frequency steps on the very accurate scan in Blindscan is "2000". Maybe we could implement a Scan Accuracy in "Manual Scan" > "Single Satellite" etc.



Re: Implement BLINDSCAN on OpenPli 4 Beta #10 auxius

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Posted 4 January 2014 - 12:09

DMM please don't close down Open Source!



Re: Implement BLINDSCAN on OpenPli 4 Beta #11 auxius

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Posted 4 January 2014 - 13:05

Or we can add manually added transponders in satellite.xml, lets just figure out how Blindscan scan accurately how it steps values in accurate way. Far as i know in DM it will scan satellite.xml if Network Scan is enabled.

Erik can you help me?

 

latest .xml generated(ASIASAT 5):

 

<sat name="AsiaSat 5 (100.5E C-band)" flags="0" position="1005">
<transponder frequency="3630000" symbol_rate="1443000" polarization="0" fec_inner="3" system="1" modulation="2"/>
<transponder frequency="3643000" symbol_rate="20640000" polarization="0" fec_inner="3" system="1" modulation="2"/>
<transponder frequency="3660000" symbol_rate="27500000" polarization="1" fec_inner="3" system="0" modulation="1"/>
<transponder frequency="3668000" symbol_rate="7120000" polarization="0" fec_inner="3" system="0" modulation="2"/>
<transponder frequency="3674000" symbol_rate="1500000" polarization="0" fec_inner="3" system="0" modulation="1"/>
<transponder frequency="3678000" symbol_rate="4444000" polarization="0" fec_inner="2" system="0" modulation="1"/>
<transponder frequency="3683000" symbol_rate="1444000" polarization="0" fec_inner="2" system="1" modulation="1"/>
<transponder frequency="3693000" symbol_rate="6111000" polarization="0" fec_inner="3" system="0" modulation="1"/>
<transponder frequency="3700000" symbol_rate="30000000" polarization="1" fec_inner="3" system="1" modulation="2"/>
<transponder frequency="3705000" symbol_rate="4433000" polarization="0" fec_inner="5" system="0" modulation="1"/>
<transponder frequency="3717000" symbol_rate="4167000" polarization="0" fec_inner="3" system="0" modulation="1"/>
<transponder frequency="3732000" symbol_rate="2643000" polarization="1" fec_inner="3" system="1" modulation="1"/>
<transponder frequency="3744000" symbol_rate="6111000" polarization="1" fec_inner="3" system="0" modulation="1"/>
<transponder frequency="3753000" symbol_rate="6111000" polarization="1" fec_inner="3" system="0" modulation="1"/>
<transponder frequency="3760000" symbol_rate="27500000" polarization="0" fec_inner="3" system="0" modulation="1"/>
<transponder frequency="3765000" symbol_rate="4640000" polarization="1" fec_inner="3" system="1" modulation="2"/>
<transponder frequency="3774000" symbol_rate="6111000" polarization="0" fec_inner="3" system="0" modulation="1"/>
<transponder frequency="3776000" symbol_rate="6111000" polarization="1" fec_inner="3" system="0" modulation="1"/>
<transponder frequency="3785000" symbol_rate="6111000" polarization="1" fec_inner="3" system="0" modulation="1"/>
<transponder frequency="3786000" symbol_rate="6000000" polarization="0" fec_inner="5" system="0" modulation="1"/>
<transponder frequency="3794000" symbol_rate="4640000" polarization="0" fec_inner="7" system="1" modulation="2"/>
<transponder frequency="3799000" symbol_rate="3255000" polarization="0" fec_inner="3" system="0" modulation="1"/>
<transponder frequency="3816000" symbol_rate="3600000" polarization="0" fec_inner="4" system="1" modulation="1"/>
<transponder frequency="3820000" symbol_rate="27500000" polarization="1" fec_inner="3" system="0" modulation="1"/>
<transponder frequency="3840000" symbol_rate="29720000" polarization="0" fec_inner="4" system="1" modulation="2"/>
<transponder frequency="3860000" symbol_rate="30000000" polarization="1" fec_inner="2" system="1" modulation="2"/>
<transponder frequency="3886000" symbol_rate="7500000" polarization="1" fec_inner="3" system="0" modulation="1"/>
<transponder frequency="3890000" symbol_rate="14400000" polarization="0" fec_inner="3" system="1" modulation="2"/>
<transponder frequency="3895000" symbol_rate="6111000" polarization="1" fec_inner="3" system="0" modulation="1"/>
<transponder frequency="3905000" symbol_rate="7500000" polarization="1" fec_inner="4" system="1" modulation="1"/>
<transponder frequency="3908000" symbol_rate="6666000" polarization="0" fec_inner="3" system="0" modulation="1"/>
<transponder frequency="3913000" symbol_rate="6111000" polarization="1" fec_inner="3" system="0" modulation="1"/>
<transponder frequency="3921000" symbol_rate="3223000" polarization="0" fec_inner="4" system="1" modulation="2"/>
<transponder frequency="3927000" symbol_rate="6111000" polarization="1" fec_inner="3" system="0" modulation="1"/>
<transponder frequency="3937000" symbol_rate="4500000" polarization="1" fec_inner="3" system="0" modulation="1"/>
<transponder frequency="3945000" symbol_rate="7200000" polarization="1" fec_inner="3" system="1" modulation="2"/>
<transponder frequency="3953000" symbol_rate="6111000" polarization="1" fec_inner="3" system="0" modulation="1"/>
<transponder frequency="3960000" symbol_rate="30000000" polarization="0" fec_inner="4" system="1" modulation="2"/>
<transponder frequency="3980000" symbol_rate="29720000" polarization="1" fec_inner="4" system="1" modulation="2"/>
<transponder frequency="4000000" symbol_rate="28125000" polarization="0" fec_inner="3" system="0" modulation="1"/>
<transponder frequency="4008000" symbol_rate="9600000" polarization="1" fec_inner="3" system="0" modulation="1"/>
<transponder frequency="4040000" symbol_rate="29720000" polarization="0" fec_inner="4" system="1" modulation="2"/>
<transponder frequency="4081000" symbol_rate="9875000" polarization="0" fec_inner="0" system="1" modulation="2"/>
<transponder frequency="4095000" symbol_rate="4433000" polarization="0" fec_inner="5" system="0" modulation="1"/>
<transponder frequency="4114000" symbol_rate="18400000" polarization="0" fec_inner="2" system="1" modulation="2"/>
<transponder frequency="4132000" symbol_rate="10670000" polarization="0" fec_inner="7" system="1" modulation="2"/>
<transponder frequency="4148000" symbol_rate="11852000" polarization="1" fec_inner="3" system="0" modulation="1"/>
<transponder frequency="4148000" symbol_rate="6111000" polarization="0" fec_inner="3" system="1" modulation="2"/>
<transponder frequency="4155000" symbol_rate="6666000" polarization="0" fec_inner="3" system="0" modulation="1"/>
<transponder frequency="4164000" symbol_rate="6111000" polarization="0" fec_inner="3" system="0" modulation="1"/>
<transponder frequency="4167000" symbol_rate="4167000" polarization="0" fec_inner="4" system="0" modulation="1"/>
<transponder frequency="4174000" symbol_rate="5632000" polarization="0" fec_inner="3" system="0" modulation="1"/>
</sat>

Edited by auxius, 4 January 2014 - 13:09.


Re: Implement BLINDSCAN on OpenPli 4 Beta #12 Erik Slagter

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Posted 4 January 2014 - 13:28

Maybe we could implement a scanning mode accuracy of "Automatic Scan" will be the best way. I don't know if it's against DMM policy. It's just an enhancement of the scan.

Blindscan is something performed by the tuner, not enigma. You cannot get blindscan with changes to enigma.


* Wavefrontier T90 with 28E/23E/19E/13E/9E/4.8E/0.8W/5W via SCR switches 2 x 2 x 6 user bands
* Ziggo digital cable TV (FTA)
I don't read PM -> if you have something to ask or to report, do it in the forum so others can benefit. I don't take freelance jobs.
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