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Old 08-28-2019, 02:09 PM
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I'm back! With another channel I can't tune

Quest HD changed its frequency the other day. I only found out when I missed the Moto GP highlights.

My old setting was:

CH:416 onid:2 tsid:2116 sid:52580 frq:11426000 rate:27500 mod:20 pol:1 fec_rate_in:6 pilot:0 sat:0 ctrl:1 #:Quest HD

For the likes of me I couldn't get the new channel to tune, no matter what I tried.

I'm now using the non-HD channel, which I can tune into fine, but I'd prefer HD obviously.

According to KingofSat it should have the same details as before, the only differences I can see are

rate:29500
fec_rate_in:9
mod: - it says its QPSK. I've tried every variation I can think of here

Just wondered if anyones got this channel tuned in and working. I haven't seen any channels saying 29500 and 9 before.

I'm using an nova-s2-hd tuner.

Any help appreciated.

Dave
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Old 08-28-2019, 03:40 PM
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I'm back! With another channel I can't tune

Quest HD changed its frequency the other day. I only found out when I missed the Moto GP highlights.

My old setting was:

CH:416 onid:2 tsid:2116 sid:52580 frq:11426000 rate:27500 mod:20 pol:1 fec_rate_in:6 pilot:0 sat:0 ctrl:1 #:Quest HD

For the likes of me I couldn't get the new channel to tune, no matter what I tried.

I'm now using the non-HD channel, which I can tune into fine, but I'd prefer HD obviously.

According to KingofSat it should have the same details as before, the only differences I can see are

rate:29500
fec_rate_in:9
mod: - it says its QPSK. I've tried every variation I can think of here

Just wondered if anyones got this channel tuned in and working. I haven't seen any channels saying 29500 and 9 before.

I'm using an nova-s2-hd tuner.

Any help appreciated.

Dave
It seems the fec_rate is too high for the nova, the TBS tunes just fine.

Cheers
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Old 08-28-2019, 11:06 PM
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It seems the fec_rate is too high for the nova, the TBS tunes just fine.

Cheers
Eddy
Cheers Eddy,

The Nova is getting on a bit now, I was wondering if it had passed its limits.

Looking at the cost of the TBS I might wait until something else breaks before changing cards.

Thanks again.
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