Hi All, Good day! How are you? Here comes a very good test report of TBS6903 professional DVB-S2 dual tuner PCI-e card, which supports not only normal DVB-S2/DVB-S QPSK, 8PSK which is supported by normal satellite receivers, but also CCM, ACM, VCM, 16APSK, 32APSK, Multiple Transport Stream, Multiple Generic Stream, Combined Single Generic &Single TS,… Read More »
At the beginning of new year 2015, TBS released a series of TV Tuner cards, like TBS6908/TBS6983 DVB S2 Professional Card. They are the successor of the old model TBS6925, but much more stable and powful than TBS6925. The price will be more acceptable for most of satellite feedhunter enthusiast. BuyDVB Store will provide more… Read More »
Background Variable Coding and Modulation (VCM) and Adaptive Coding and Modulation (ACM) are techniques that are strongly associated with the DVB-S2 standard. VCM can be used to provide different levels of error protection to different components within the service. It does this by allowing different combinations of modulation and FEC rate to be applied to… Read More »
TBS6925 test report from TELE-satellite magazine 1201 With the change from DVB-S to DVBS2, a more efficient method was created that permits more channels to be carried over one and the same transponder. This increase in efficiency is due in large part to the significant improvement in error correction so that fewer error correction bits… Read More »
DVB-S to DVB-S2 Migration DVB-S defines support for one modulation format (QPSK) and five FEC codes 1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 5/6 and 7/8, but DVB-S2 defines support for 28 combinations of modulation and codes (MODCODs) ranging from 1/4 QPSK to 9/10 32-APSK.
To watch satellite TV on your PC with XBMC and MythTV, you’ll need at least one satellite TV tuner card or a satellite provider that offers satellite IPTV access. That Linux TV card hardware doesn’t have to be installed on the same computer on which you want to watch HDTV. We’ll call the computer with… Read More »