@merculiv SID: 003 VPID: 2003
Galaxy 19 is operational here in Washington, DC, with a strong signal.
It has been fine since you had the gateway operator correct their problems. Ken
Did a re-scan and found the TV channel, but I get a blank screen and “no service”, @Syed . What should I be seeing on Outernet TV?
Just to give you an idea of what you will see on an FTA receiver, Outernet comes in on a Radio Channel on Transponder 11929/V22000 P 5018 SID 18 with a nice strong signal here in Washington, DC.
That’s all you can get out of it, since the Lighthouse decodes the data embedded in that signal. Ken
@kenbarbi I am aware of that. Perhaps a new thread should be created, but what @Syed was talking about was a TV channel on a different transponder of G19. I’m still not sure if it is supposed to be an actual TV (video) programming channel or what - neither of us has received any video or images, though the channel is discovered via a scan.
For clarity, to avoid confusion and keep the info in one place, this is the NEW channel that is being discussed, presumably a TV channel, and different from the data channel (that appears as “radio” on most STBs):
Details (as reported by my Manhattan DJ-1997 receiver):
- Galaxy 19 (97 degrees west)
- Frequency 12060 (H)
- Symbol Rate 22000
- Name: Outernet
- Service ID 0003
- Video PID 2003
- Audio PID 3003
Once again, what I just listed is NOT the stream your lighthouse or other Outernet data receiver is tuned to - that one is on 11929 (V), Service ID 0018, Audio PID 3018
There is a big red dot next to the Galaxy 19 feed on status.outernet.is - I presume this means it is off line?
I just loaded the latest ORx PI2 image and am trying my receiver for the first time in a few months. I am not getting a lock.
Before I start to fool around with my antenna, can anyone confirm the main Outernet Feed is working on Galaxy?
OK - Green light on Galaxy 19 feed, and I am now receiving.
@bmcintosh – it’s working for me in AZ, USA
I can confirm, watching some khan university videos.