From Sixto posted on locked thread:
Sixto, shouldn't the selected mix channel 9702 be on D10 Tp. 14 based on previous postings?
Sorry, was out most of today ...
Those *DTV channels seem to be what are now test channels which were formally the US Open "placeholders" in Sixto's previous post #1466 on the locked parent thread.
That's why I questioned if D10 transponder "10" was accurate for channel 9702 and shouldn't it be Tp. 14.
The simple answer is that 702 moved in the interim.
It was in an offline state ("1700") on one transponder and it moved to another transponder (still in an offline state). I don't show when part-time channels move from "1700" on one transponder to another, since they're not using any bandwidth.
Also, the 97xx channels always mirror the 7xx channels for these special events, always been that way. It will be easier to see now that the thread is locked and only the updates will show.
A while back I needed to decide what to show and what not to show, along with comments from others as to what folks thought was important. Decided to never show 1700 to 1700 moves. Lately I also usually don't show when they turn part-time channels on and off, because it clutters up the data, and there's usually very little of it in the morning anyway, unless it's long term part-time channels like the 7xx channels.
One other thing ... I do have a slight bug in the data presently where I'm not always getting these "redirected" channels correct. It's not a big deal because this analysis is mostly just to track channel addition or subtraction, but I would like to have the maps 100% accurate. Currently, I'm manually fixing the redirected channels until I nail the position of the redirected flag. Had PM'ed gct recently, may need to reach out to P.
Edited by Sixto, 13 June 2012 - 07:15 PM.