I would like to disable the feature to go to last channel viewed on a list when you pull up a list. I wish it to wait until I select a channel to view before issuing DiSEqC data. I would like to surf through multiple lists looking for my channel if I don't remember where it is exactly without moving my dish all over.
An option would be to do this configuration once by keypad or channel editor then save as the default database before scanning any channels. This will give you a customized set-up for your switch and motor paths that can be your new factory default and reloaded after firmware updates.
What 32apsk service are you not able to view?
A recent firmware release allows many data streams to be logged. If the table is properly built, the service will log. If the service has an incomplete table or is missing, the PID cannot be identified as a service and it must be manually entered with a channel editor. Please provide an example of an IP feed that you are trying to log.
Yes, 32APSK works perfectly on the bench and we have heard reports of 32APSK reception in the real world. Even at low FEC rates, 32APSK requires plenty of perfect signal! What size dish, satellites and footprints are you looking at for these services? Are they feeds or 24/7?Are you saying 32APSK should be working?
Again, there are many posted IP feeds that the Micro does not log. I will try the channel editor.
Tuner sensitivity to work with 6ft dish/LNB limitations with DVB-S2 signals - if possible?
Yes, 32APSK works perfectly on the bench and we have heard reports of 32APSK reception in the real world. Even at low FEC rates, 32APSK requires plenty of perfect signal! What size dish, satellites and footprints are you looking at for these services? Are they feeds or 24/7?
I would not expect any STB to log IP feeds. The IP tables would typically be built as data PIDs and usually have no reference to being a valid video or audio service or table structure. If a STB logged each active PID on a transponder as a valid service, most satellites would yield thousands of valid data streams that in theory could potentially be a streaming IP data stream.
Tuner sensitivity on the microHD is the best of any consumer receiver I have personally tested.
The problem with using a 6 foot dish (I am guessing you are suggesting on C-band) has very little to do with tuner sensitivity. The beam pattern of an undersized dish that is not 2 degree compliant is not narrow enough to produce a ratio of good and desirable channel signal verses the surrounding noise.
Garbage in .... Garbage out.
These feeds are typically calculated for a link budget using a minimum 7 meter downlink. I am surprised when reported 16 and 32APSK feeds are received on anything smaller than a 3-4 meter (10 foot) dish. If you don't have an adequate dish size for the link budget, there really is no work around...
Isn't NOAA ACM? A special receiver with return path is used to lock these types of signals.