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DVB-S2X Satellite Transponders (Astra 1L 19.2º East and Eutelsat 33C 33º East)

DVB-S2X Eutelsat 33 [33° East]

Frequency and Polarisation
12620 V
SR, FEC and modulation
10057 25/36 DVB-S2X 8PSK
Satellite
Eutelsat 33C
Beam

New standard DVB-S2X (DVB-S2 eXtended)
FTA but new standard DVB-S2X
France
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French

TMC
TMC Suisse
TMC

HD


FTA but new standard DVB-S2X
France
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NT1
NT1 Suisse
NT1

HD


FTA but new standard DVB-S2X
France
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French

TF1
TF1 HD Suisse
TF1

HD


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10 months ago
Webmaster
Dolby Labs Test Stream back on Astra 1L.
SatelliteFrequencyPolarisationSymbol RateFECModulation
Astra 1L11008 MHzVertical22000 KS/s11/20DVB-S2X QPSK
7 months ago
Webmaster
Dolby Labs Test Stream left 11008 V 22000 11/20 DVB-S2X QPSK Astra 1L 19.2ºE
5 months ago
SES
"SES will be broadcasting an 8K television signal via its satellite system for the first time during the annual SES Industry Days, held in Luxembourg on 23 and 24 May 2018. Relying on the new DVB-S2X standard that enables greater efficiency, the transmission will be carried out on a single 36 MHz transponder on ASTRA 3B. With a resolution of 7680x4320 pixels, the video will be encoded in HEVC and transmitted at a rate of 80 Mbit/s, which is four times higher than for a 4K signal. In addition, the test transmission will use a native IP formatted signal, providing some insights into the requirements of a future All-IP broadcast infrastructure for television. For this demonstration, SES has partnered with Spin Digital, which developed the expertise to decode and playback 8K HEVC signals in real-time using a software solution, and also encoded the content using its HEVC encoder. In addition, SES teamed up with Sharp / UMC, which is providing the 8K screens."

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