Hi Derek, Am 02.01.2017 um 17:43 schrieb VDR User: > Andreas: > As I said, no "magic" or "luck" is needed. Apparently you've never > heard of bandstacking. In the case of DVB-S, it's where one side is > carried in 950-1450Mhz and the other is carried in 1650-2150Mhz - full > circular lnb on ..one..single..cable,..no..magic. Bandstacking doesn't > use voltage switching, instead it simply operates at 18v. Power is > supplied either by the tuner or by a powered switch (if present). It's > not new and very commonly used here in NA/SA so whatever looking into > this subject you did, you didn't look very hard. It's reasonable that > you may live in some old crappy apartment with a horrible setup where > you truly are without options. You'll have a hard time finding such a > building here however. For that matter, most apartments have no > problem with tenants setting up dishes of their own with few > restrictions.
Then you are lucky in NA/SA. In Europe the full band 950-2100 Mhz is used for TV broadcasting and that is true for low band (10700 - 11700 Mhz) and high band (11700 - 12700 MhZ) and for vertical and horizontal polarization each, 4 complete full bands, so no bandstacking is possible. Best regards, Andreas _______________________________________________ vdr mailing list email@example.com https://www.linuxtv.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/vdr