DVB-S2X or T2-MI feeds?

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Are there any DVB-S2X or T2MI feeds in North America? I was looking at Lyngsat and I couldn't tell.
 
Are there any DVB-S2X or T2MI feeds in North America? I was looking at Lyngsat and I couldn't tell.
yes, T2MI channels on SES4 @ 40.5W, mostly from Colombia. I get some of them on the OSMIO4K. I'm not aware of any others that we can get in North America

As for DVB-S2X I don't know
 
Lyngsat shows T2MI in the second column from left (System SR FEC column) where applicable. For example, the Teleantioquia transponder on SES 6 @ 40.5W shows T2MI. I had to install the the T2MI software on my Edision to receive these two HD channels.
 
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I downloaded T2MI for my Mio+ via my Edision from the Extra section of the Plugin menu. If there is the T2MI module visible to download on your Mio, then it should be OK to install, I would think.
I will have to look. It is the original tnap. I never tried to install plug ins.
 
I cannot find it on this version. I cannot get that sat anyway. But would be nice because i have pulled up many t2mi.
 
I cannot find it on this version. I cannot get that sat anyway. But would be nice because i have pulled up many t2mi.
You really need to load the latest TNAP, if you are running 3.0~. You have 4 slots to play with, what's taking you so long? The latest is the BEST version by FAR.

Follow THIS post first: Edision - Edision Mio Configuration Issue

THEN run this:
Menu > Setup > Flash Image > TNAP-4.1 (click on the +) > TNAP-4.1-osmio4k_20210911_multiboot.zip > Flash Image

After that's all complete, run a software update:

MENU > Setup > Software Update > OK button

Then you'll be able to load the T2MI drivers
 
I need to update to 4.1, I guess this will be my excuse even though still not sure there is any T2-MI for me to see
 
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DVBS2X will likely become more widely used as satellite providers upgrade platforms to make more efficient use of the reduced C-band band frequency allocation. Since the HDTV transition to support 720+ resolutions, there hasn't been much incentive for links to upgrade equipment past DVBS2. My bet is that the C-band reallocation will provide a financial motivation. :cool:
 

What equip to use nowadays

180.0E Intelsat 18

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