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D11 signals

Discussion in 'DIRECTV General Discussion' started by P Smith, May 31, 2008.

  1. Alan Gordon

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    It could also be Fox Sports South, but it's currently a temporary HD channel... so unless they just moved it to D11 or it's going HD full-time, it may indeed be Fox Sunshine Sports?

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  2. harsh

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  3. Alan Gordon

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  4. dcowboy7

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    arent the 4 ny rsns mpeg2 yet ?
     
  5. Jeremy W

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    All HD RSNs are MPEG4.
     
  6. dcowboy7

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    oh....to quote johnny c. - " i did not know that."
     
  7. DodgerKing

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    Thanks. I had no idea what those were.
     
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    What is Movie's Now?
     
  9. Sixto

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    The old "Showcases".

    Pushed to DVR's at night. Goes to the DirecTV hidden disk space on the HR2x.
     
  10. Tom Robertson

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    <Mod Note> Political posts removed.

    Thanks,
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  11. bwaldron

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    Thank you!
     
  12. jeffwltrs

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    Did any else have their signals go down after CE?
     
  13. hdtvfan0001

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    Not here.
     
  14. P Smith

    P Smith Mr. FixAnything

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    Compare with old (7/22) shots and pay attention to left side, there are some tpns what shouldn't be there if DTV follow FCC filing.

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  15. hdtvfan0001

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    I haven't read a scope in 20+ years. :D

    You're the guru on those results...so I suspect that we should know what's really up with the transponder activity results soon.
     
  16. DodgerKing

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    What are we looking at (in terms of the signal itself)?


    It looks the same too me, except the breaks between each peek are more distinct in the first shoot.
     
  17. hdtvfan0001

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    It's higher amplitude reflects a higher signal level, but like you...beyond that....I bow to the experts on interpretation.
     
  18. DodgerKing

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    If the first one is the newer one, then it has lower amplitude.
     
  19. LameLefty

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    Middle...
    Well, it also looks like each of the newer signals are more widely-spaced from one another, though at least approximately the same bandwidth.
     
  20. hdtvfan0001

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    True....I assumed the top was the older view for comparison and the bottom the new.

    Now that I went back to the original pictures (which also contained 2 views)...I'm totally confused which is which. :eek2: :lol:
     

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