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#1 marlix

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Posted 8 May 2019 - 08:55

Hello, I am a ham radio and I own a zgemma h92h and I would need to receive a transponder on QO-100 (26E) to 10492 MHz with a universal LNB (OL 9750). The frequency sent to the receiver would therefore be 742 MHz, lower than the 950 MHz canons normally admissible.
It would be possible to rewrite the tuner driver so that the receiver extends the frequency range starting from 700 instead of 950 MHz.
Many OM would be extremely grateful.

 

Marlix



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Posted 8 May 2019 - 10:20

I think those kind of requests should be best asked to the Zgemma developers. As we do not develop any (tuner) drivers for whatever device, we will never be able to solve these kind of issues. Assuming it really is an issue. ;)
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Posted 8 May 2019 - 12:53

To contact them:

 

https://zgemma.org/contact-us.html


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Posted 8 May 2019 - 17:52

Does Enigma2 support it?

 

Hello, I am a ham radio and I own a zgemma h92h and I would need to receive a transponder on QO-100 (26E) to 10492 MHz with a universal LNB (OL 9750). The frequency sent to the receiver would therefore be 742 MHz, lower than the 950 MHz canons normally admissible.
It would be possible to rewrite the tuner driver so that the receiver extends the frequency range starting from 700 instead of 950 MHz.
Many OM would be extremely grateful.

 

Marlix

 

This depends on your universale LNB hardware that's probably 950 ~ 1950 MHz
Probably you need a different kind of LNB to capture this transponder.

 

I do not think it has anything to do with the receiver.


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Re: Help Zgemma H92H Tuner S2X wide driver #5 marlix

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Posted 9 May 2019 - 08:37

Thanks for the courteous answers, however I can affirm that with universal LNB and software that runs a normal SDR key (chip RTL 2832 eg) the TP is visible; It is also visible with STB as long as you use LNB with 9 GHz OL.
The limitation is in the tuner drivers that impose the standard output range (950-2150 MHz).
I'll try to solve with Hardware changes
Greetings Marlix



Re: Help Zgemma H92H Tuner S2X wide driver #6 WTE

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Posted 9 May 2019 - 11:10

Thanks for the courteous answers, however I can affirm that with universal LNB and software that runs a normal SDR key (chip RTL 2832 eg) the TP is visible; It is also visible with STB as long as you use LNB with 9 GHz OL.
The limitation is in the tuner drivers that impose the standard output range (950-2150 MHz).
I'll try to solve with Hardware changes
Greetings Marlix

Universal LNB is 9750/10600 or with highband 9750/10750 and not as you inform with a workaround of LO 9000

You can set a customized LNB setup. Probably if you set the LO on 9000 it will scan and work as well.


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