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mrsun18 03-12-2013 12:18 PM

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Originally Posted by pjs (Post 81635807)
Possibly for European market eg Denmark which, I believe, is adopting similar std to sg.
http://levira.tv/wp-content/uploads/...eth-Wenzel.pdf

I would think so. Euro countries were the early adopters of DVB. So the use of SCART as interconnect between various devices is only logical. I was thinking by now the stb makers should be thinking of replacement market where the SCART devices are due for replacement, unless the mandatory requirement of SCART is not amended.

Quote:

New feature in version 1.3.1 (Sg requirement) :
L1_POST_SCRAMBLED (New feature in DVB-T2 version 1.3.1) | LinkedIn
Thanks for the link. For the laymen which had the impression that all dvb-t2 are the same, allow me to quote:

This feature {scramble the L1_POST signaling} was not included in versions prior to DVB-T2 version 1.3.1.

This new feature is mandatory in e.g. Singapore and Uganda minimum requirements for DVB-T2 set top boxes

Uraku Asia 03-12-2013 12:23 PM

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Originally Posted by zenoboy1 (Post 81636358)
My TV is model LA690T from LG with built-in DVB-T2 tuner so I just need to get a digital antenna. I am using the Daiyo brand HD Digital Indoor Antenna EU1702 bought from Courts. You can search for it in Courts website. I am able to receive DVB-T2 broadcasts clearly using the antenna.

I ran an auto-scan on my TV settings and it could pick up all the MediaCorp digital channels. You have to move the antenna around to see which location can receive the best signals.


To check your TV does it support local DVB-T2 standard, you can refer to MDA website.

http://www.mda.gov.sg/PUBLIC/DIGITAL...RReceiver.aspx

http://www.mda.gov.sg/PUBLIC/DIGITAL...oReceiver.aspx

yiyiday 03-12-2013 12:41 PM

Location: Johor Bahru
Distance: 13km North from Woodlands
Device: DVB-T2 Set top box
Signal Quality: DVB-T (4 channels) -- 93%


DVB-T2 (7 channels) -- 100% :s12:

SilveR1_09 03-12-2013 12:43 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by yiyiday (Post 81637010)
Location: Johor Bahru
Distance: 13km North from Woodlands
Device: DVB-T2 Set top box
Signal Quality: DVB-T -- 93%
DVB-T2 -- 100% :s12:

Nice!
Any DVB-T/DVB-T2 channels transmitting for the 6 Malaysian FTA channels from Gunung Pulai?

yiyiday 03-12-2013 12:44 PM

I would like to post the picture but as a newbie it was not allowed? how many do i need to post a picture link?

yiyiday 03-12-2013 12:46 PM

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Originally Posted by SilveR1_09 (Post 81637063)
Nice!
Any DVB-T/DVB-T2 channels transmitting for the 6 Malaysian FTA channels from Gunung Pulai?


None from Malaysia FTA :mad:

SilveR1_09 03-12-2013 12:57 PM

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Originally Posted by yiyiday (Post 81637122)
None from Malaysia FTA :mad:

Picture from @yiyiday:
http://i1013.photobucket.com/albums/...ps28849134.jpg

Heard one or two things about their rollout but as you know, their timeline "boleh" shift all over the house one. Haha.

How about any from Batam?
I know their DVB-T2 signals are live right now.
I can't receive any though.

pjs 03-12-2013 01:02 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by yiyiday (Post 81637010)
Location: Johor Bahru
Distance: 13km North from Woodlands
Device: DVB-T2 Set top box
Signal Quality: DVB-T (4 channels) -- 93%


DVB-T2 (7 channels) -- 100% :s12:

Hi

May I know details of the set top box u used?

Tks.

mrsun18 03-12-2013 01:26 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Uraku Asia (Post 81636619)
To check your TV does it support local DVB-T2 standard, you can refer to MDA website.

http://www.mda.gov.sg/PUBLIC/DIGITAL...RReceiver.aspx

http://www.mda.gov.sg/PUBLIC/DIGITAL...oReceiver.aspx

He doesn't need to check - he is receiving dvb-t2:s22:

mrsun18 03-12-2013 01:32 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by yiyiday (Post 81637010)
Location: Johor Bahru
Distance: 13km North from Woodlands
Device: DVB-T2 Set top box
Signal Quality: DVB-T (4 channels) -- 93%


DVB-T2 (7 channels) -- 100% :s12:

You received these stations from Woodlands or JB?

pjs 03-12-2013 01:49 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by mrsun18 (Post 81638174)
You received these stations from Woodlands or JB?

He says location is JB.

Really interested to know which STB he used.
This will also answer doubts about compatibility.
If he can receive the signals 100% in JB with this STB so can we in Sg.
Brand? Model no?

yiyiday 03-12-2013 01:53 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by pjs (Post 81637502)
Hi

May I know details of the set top box u used?

Tks.

Here is the general description of the set top box from from my suppplier (the hardware specification I will post later):

Product Specifications "
1、MLStandard DVB-T2/ High Definition MPEG4 AVC/H.264 HP@L4,MPEG-2 MP@HL
2、Automatic PAL/NTSC conversion
3、2000 channels TV and Radio programmable
4、The maximum speed of the traffic flow of at least 50 Mbit / sec
5、8 different favorite groups selection
6、Fully support to 7 days Electronic Program Guide(EPG)
7、JPEG BMP GIF support,Flesh tone extension,Black/White extension
8、4/8/16-bit OSD with anti-flickering
9、Channel search in automatic, manual and network search
10、Various channel editing function(favorite,move,lock,skip,delete,rename,find,sort)
11、Parental control for channels
12、Plug and Play installation, with an ease to use Menu System
13、Software upgrades through USB/Cardreader
14、Time set by GMT offset automatic and manual,Summer Time support
15、5 event timers,off/Once/Daily/Weekly/Monthly Mode
16、Subtitle support
17、VBI insertion for Teletext,CC and WSS
18、Automatic save for last channel
19、Support Logic Channel Number(LCN)
20、Active Antenna Power supply control"

chakuman 03-12-2013 02:00 PM

I am actually quite excited for the launch of Channel 8 HD, Suria HD and Vasantham HD!

pjs 03-12-2013 02:01 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by yiyiday (Post 81638666)
Here is the general description of the set top box from from my suppplier (the hardware specification I will post later):

Product Specifications "
1、MLStandard DVB-T2/ High Definition MPEG4 AVC/H.264 HP@L4,MPEG-2 MP@HL
2、Automatic PAL/NTSC conversion
3、2000 channels TV and Radio programmable
4、The maximum speed of the traffic flow of at least 50 Mbit / sec
5、8 different favorite groups selection
6、Fully support to 7 days Electronic Program Guide(EPG)
7、JPEG BMP GIF support,Flesh tone extension,Black/White extension
8、4/8/16-bit OSD with anti-flickering
9、Channel search in automatic, manual and network search
10、Various channel editing function(favorite,move,lock,skip,delete,rename,find,sort)
11、Parental control for channels
12、Plug and Play installation, with an ease to use Menu System
13、Software upgrades through USB/Cardreader
14、Time set by GMT offset automatic and manual,Summer Time support
15、5 event timers,off/Once/Daily/Weekly/Monthly Mode
16、Subtitle support
17、VBI insertion for Teletext,CC and WSS
18、Automatic save for last channel
19、Support Logic Channel Number(LCN)
20、Active Antenna Power supply control"

Is is this one?. Same specs.:

F5Q HD DVB T2 Digital Terrestrial Receiver TV DVB T2 Tuner SPC 0550 | eBay

yiyiday 03-12-2013 02:02 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by pjs (Post 81638569)
He says location is JB.

Really interested to know which STB he used.
This will also answer doubts about compatibility.
If he can receive the signals 100% in JB with this STB so can we in Sg.
Brand? Model no?

Yes, at JB (Tebrau Area).
Actually I made myself a guinea pig for this DVB-T2 set top box. Just to prove it is working before I can sell to others.. :s13:


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