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    ABM (Terrestrial) Add HD channels: Submission thread

    From ABM 3.1, a new feature will be available in ABM to scan for changes and additions to local masts. See the thread in link below.
    https://www.world-of-satellite.com/s...annels-regions

    Please post your files here so they can be added to ABM. Please use this thread for submissions only

    If you have queries, please post in the discussion thread.
    https://www.world-of-satellite.com/s...n-and-opinions

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    Hi

    I have attached a file for a new provider (West Midlands Terrestrial). I was initially having trouble to get most of the Freeview channels to work until I used the new feature in ABM (show DVB-T frequency finder). Now I have all HD channels working and around 90% of the SD channels. Example of some channels that are not working with this:


    4 Music, yesterday, Ideal World, Home, 5spike, CBS Action, Travel Channel, 4seven, ITVBE+1, ITV4+1, True Movies, Dave ja vu.

    Not sure why I cant get these to work but all other channels are fine.

    I am based in Stoke-on-Trent

    Hope this helps
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    Quote Originally Posted by giub1981 View Post
    Hi

    I have attached a file for a new provider (West Midlands Terrestrial). I was initially having trouble to get most of the Freeview channels to work until I used the new feature in ABM (show DVB-T frequency finder). Now I have all HD channels working and around 90% of the SD channels. Example of some channels that are not working with this:


    4 Music, yesterday, Ideal World, Home, 5spike, CBS Action, Travel Channel, 4seven, ITVBE+1, ITV4+1, True Movies, Dave ja vu.

    Not sure why I cant get these to work but all other channels are fine.

    I am based in Stoke-on-Trent

    Hope this helps
    As I have found, where you can see more than one transmitter (and/or ALL channels are reporting signalQuality="65535") the frequency finder seems to fail to find all relevant MUXs.

    It appears that Fenton is a relay of Sutton ColdField and your terrestrial_finder,xml file shows that the ArQB MUX has been found on the latter rather than the former.

    It should be on transmitter channel 28 and not 39
    Xtrend ET10K, 2 x satellite tuners 28.2 (UK Freesat channels), 2 x hybrid (UK Freeview channels)

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    @giub1981

    Can you delete all terrestrial services.
    Up (next to OK) > Green (satellites/extended) > Highlight Terrestrial services > menu > removes services.

    Restart then manually scan channel 28, (530 MHz). You may need to set your tuner to UK all regions. Change option to auto instead of just dvb-t

    Restart and then attach your lamedb/lamedb5 files here if the services found work. They will be found in /etc/enigma2

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    Tunbridge Wells Terrestria

    lterrestrial_finder.xml

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    I have attached the terrestrial_finder file for Berks and North Hants sub region of the Hannington transmitter. This cover the Basingstoke area. To be added to ABM please.

    I experienced a fail when using this file and I believe it was due to the "&" in the name of the region causing an xml issue. So I have substituted "and" in place of the "&" in the two place it appeared.

    Thank you to all those posting in these forums for invaluable assistance in helping me become a satisfied Vix user after many years as a Topfield devotee.
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    Two mux changes on Belmont today, 33=>55 and 53=>23.

    Code:
    https://www.freeview.co.uk/corporate/platform-management/700mhz-clearance/clearance-events-2020
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    Done.


    IIRC Belmont had entry in Terrestrial XML file. Give me a nudge by Sunday if I've not updated it by then.


    EDIT:
    Belmont does not need a separate entry in terrestrial.xml

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