How to make a custom transponder file

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Location

Transponder files are located in transponders folder of DVBLink data directory:

How to find out where DVBLink user data files are stored

File names


File contents

Each file starts with a header

[SATTYPE]

1=<file name without .ini> - for satellites indicates their orbital position in tenth of degree

2=<human readable name of transponder list> - satellite name or provider name for cable/terrestrial


Transponder list starts with a header

[DVB]

0=<number of transponders in the file>


Each transponder description line has the following format:

n=<param1>,<param2>,<param3>,<param4>,<param5>


param1:

Satellite: transponder frequency in MHz

Cable/Terrestrial: transponder frequency in KHz


param2:

Satellite: Polarization: H or V or R or L

Cable/Terrestrial: Not used. Put V here


param3:

Satellite/Cable: Symbol rate in KBaud

Terrestrial: Not used. Put 6900 here


param4:

Satellite: FEC: Auto if empty or 12 or 13 or 14 or 23 or 25 or 34 or 35 or 45 or 56 or 78 or 89 or 9a/910/91

Cable: Not used

Terrestrial: Bandwith selector. Auto if empty or 7 or 8


param5:

Satellite: Modulation: DVB-S or DVB-S2 or S2 or NBC-QPSK or Turbo-8PSK or Turbo-QPSK

Cable: Modulation: QAM4 or QAM16 or QAM32 or QAM64 or QAM128 or QAM256

Terrestrial: Not used


Examples

Satellite:

1=11317,V,22000,,DVB-S

1=11914,H,27500,9a,S2


Cable:

21=184500,V,6900,,QAM128

32=275500,V,6900


Terrestrial:

21=546000,H,6900

31=626000,H,6900,7

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