Blind Scan 105W- Wow!

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  1. Magic Static

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    I've been setting up that new Edision 4K receiver and scanning satellites. I scanned in 2784 C-Band services as FTA from 105W. Most all radio channels, but wow, I never pulled that much stuff in a scan before :)
     
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    can you post a list? ;)
     
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    If I can find a way to publish it without having to type it up. ;)
     
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    Pretty much every major radio network/distributor uses 105W for their feeds. You can find virtually every sports team radio broadcast, major talk show, etc. there.
     
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    You can do a screenprint in Webif, but only what shows from your screensize. So it'll take a LOT of screenprints. Or use DreamboxEdit to ftp your lists to your pc, and copy/paste from there. I did the same thing, and got close to the same results. So many channels, that's why I had to get DreamboxEdit software to FTP and Reload the channels for cleaning them up. You can't possibly highlight and delete that many channels manually with the remote. Most are radio channels anyway.
     
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    It is easy to share logs for service scans on a Mio 4k running the North America Project image. Create two folders on an attached drive to save scan logs. Name one folder Blindscan, and the other folder ServiceScan. Now the logging results of each scan will be saved in a folder.

    The file XML data can be converted into a csv file for sharing easy to read service data. These service lists already exist in other threads and at other forums, so don't work too hard to create a new service list. :)
     

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