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Fell in my lap; what do I have?


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#1 OFFLINE   dberez

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Posted 02 September 2002 - 10:08 PM

Listed below is a receiver, access card and dish that just fell into
my lap. I have no idea what I have or it's capabilities. I do have
a major background in computers and a minor one in electronics and
do not mind hunting around if a few kind souls would point me in the
right direction. Would appreciate any heads-up like "Dude you are
so lucky" or "Dude you got an obsolete piece of trash", etc.

Thanks in advance,
David

RECEIVER
HUGHES Model: HIRD-D1
12 digit alpha numeric identifier: D11DxxxxxxC6 (x's substituted for
actual numbers)

MOTHERBOARD
Phobos motherboard (1024835 MLVO 94V0 printed on circuit board)

MAJOR CHIPS ON MOTHERBOARD
Chip #1 (Square)
(printed on chip)
HUGHES NETWORK SYSTEMS
1024740-0002
9918KU207

Chip #2 (Rectangular)
1027742-0001B (printed on sticker on chip)

Chip #3 (Square)
STi3520ACV
DBO
P22EQ0018
MALTA

ACCESS CARD
Front of Card: The number 3 in a triangle. Picture of a basketball
player in the top left, a football player in the lower left and a
movie reel on the lower right.
Back of Card: NDS
12 digit number beginning in 0001 (the card id number apparently)
8 digit alpha numeric identifier: HUxxxx4B (x's substituted for
actual numbers)
12 digit alpha numeric identifier: H00xxxxxxxxx (x's substituted for
actual numbers)
A note to the effect that the card is "provided for reception of
authorized 101 degree W longitude satellite services."

LNB/FEED HORN (hope this is the correct term) on the dish
DIRECT TV
1022995-0001 E
- has one standard coaxial cable connector on it.

THE DISPLAY (WHEN I TURN THE RECEIVER ON)
System Test
Version: 4084.0,0,0
Access Card OK
(ID 0000 0001 xxxx xxxx)

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