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Uplink Activity for April 2012


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#51 OFFLINE   James Long

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Posted 29 April 2012 - 02:45 PM

Add to the table B1 - 1080p. So far encapsulating in IPTV.

There is no channel of that type currently in the table. The counts are for currently active channels, other codes (such as "92" for an MPEG2 SD channel on a 8PSK transponder) are not listed as they are not in use. ("92" channels were flagged differently than other MPEG2 SD so they would not show up on non-8PSK receivers that could not receive them.)

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Posted 29 April 2012 - 04:06 PM

There is no channel of that type currently in the table. The counts are for currently active channels, other codes (such as "92" for an MPEG2 SD channel on a 8PSK transponder) are not listed as they are not in use. ("92" channels were flagged differently than other MPEG2 SD so they would not show up on non-8PSK receivers that could not receive them.)

That mean each FW version in each model process the service type according creator's will.

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Posted 29 April 2012 - 04:24 PM

That mean each FW version in each model process the service type according creator's will.

Yep ... just like the MPEG2 HD that only appeared on ViP receivers and not the older models. Using code "A6" instead of "91" made the new for 2006 HD channels appear only on ViP receivers despite being in a format receivable on older equipment.

The type of channel ("service type") can be dealt with by each type of receiver based on the receiver's own capabilities and the desires of DISH Network.

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Posted 30 April 2012 - 02:55 AM

4 changes seen 4/30/12 at 4:52am ET (v27)

Preview Status Change
9533 EPIX1 (380 HD) Epix 1 129° TP 30 HD Instant Order - Preview Ended
9533 EPIX1 (380 HD) Epix 1 72.7° TP 30 HD Instant Order - Preview Ended
9534 EPIX2 (381 HD) Epix 2 129° TP 32 HD Instant Order - Preview Ended
9534 EPIX2 (381 HD) Epix 2 72.7° TP 20 HD Instant Order - Preview Ended

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Posted 30 April 2012 - 03:08 PM

2 changes seen 4/30/12 at 12:52pm ET (v31)

Channels Renamed
9645 HAIR (Advertising) renamed ITV (Advertising) (95 Local) (110° TP 10 SD Preview)
9645 HAIR (Advertising) renamed ITV (Advertising) (95 Local) (72.7° TP 23 SD MPEG4 Preview)

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