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#1 drsnacek

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Posted 3 June 2019 - 10:39

Hello,

 

I would like to make changes in the FastScan config file (plugin.py).

In the class FastScanScreen there are definitions of ops like: ('Canal Digitaal', (1, 900, True)), - what is the meaning of the True parameter here?

 

In the same class there are definitions of the Home TPs like for the sat position 19.2E:

transponders = ((12515000, 22000000, eDVBFrontendParametersSatellite.FEC_5_6, 192,
        eDVBFrontendParametersSatellite.Polarisation_Horizontal, eDVBFrontendParametersSatellite.Inversion_Unknown,
        eDVBFrontendParametersSatellite.System_DVB_S, eDVBFrontendParametersSatellite.Modulation_QPSK,
        eDVBFrontendParametersSatellite.RollOff_alpha_0_35, eDVBFrontendParametersSatellite.Pilot_Off),

 

How to define a  sat position like 0,8W there?

 

Thanks.



Re: FastScan config #2 ims

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Posted 3 June 2019 - 11:06

Nijak. If you want fastscan for Freesat, then you must at first ask M7 group for broadcasting fastscan table on 0.8W (Freesat in in M7 group cca month)


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Re: FastScan config #3 littlesat

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Posted 3 June 2019 - 16:44

As far I remember True is HD list available?

WaveFrontier 28.2E | 23.5E | 19.2E | 16E | 13E | 10/9E | 7E | 5E | 1W | 4/5W | 15W


Re: FastScan config #4 Abu Baniaz

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Posted 3 June 2019 - 17:12

Maybe the layout can be altered so it is easier to read like it was was done with autodiseqc? If so, I can submit a pull request for it.

 

https://github.com/O...4b69bec159f1fa9


Edited by Abu Baniaz, 3 June 2019 - 17:13.


Re: FastScan config #5 drsnacek

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Posted 3 June 2019 - 21:50

@littlesat - Thank you

@Abu Baniaz - Thank you. I could find the sat position 3592 for 0,8W in the AutoDiSEqC script and it is exactly what I need... The new layout in the AutoDiSEqC is much better btw.


Edited by drsnacek, 3 June 2019 - 21:53.





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