I have set my VDR to update the system clock and this has been working
well for many years now. However I recently had a problem with my DVB-T
antenna system causing bad reception and it really screwed up the system
clock, ocasionally changing to the wrong date and time. I verified this
by looking at the system log.

I thought DVB packets were checked for integrity with a checksum.
How could this happen? Could it be that the shear volume of corrupted packets 
means that a simple checksum is not robust enough?


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