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TP 11307 H — Satellite Astra 2F 28.2° East

   Frequency: 11307 MHz
Polarisation: Horizontal
 Symbol Rate: 27500 kS/s
         FEC: 2/3
    Standard: DVB-S
  Modulation: QPSK

ONID:   9018 (decimal)
ONID: 0x233A (hexadecimal)
 TID: 8210

Universal LNB

Ku-band frequency: 11307 MHz
               IF:  1557 MHz
             Mode: Low Horizontal
 Local Oscillator:  9750 MHz
 IF (Intermediate Frequency)
950 MHz ≤ 1557 MHz ≤ 2150 MHz

Sky Q LNB

Ku-band frequency: 11307 MHz
     WB Frequency:   897 MHz
           Output: Horizontal
 Local Oscillator: 10410 MHz
 WB (Wide Band) Frequency
290 MHz ≤ 897 MHz ≤ 2340 MHz


Satellite: Astra 2F 28.2° EBeam: UK Ku-band Spotbeam
FTA free-to-air channels on 11307 H 27500
New frequency since 22/09/2022.
United Kingdom
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Channel 5
Channel 5 SD
Channel 5


New frequency since 22/09/2022.
United Kingdom
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English

5 USA
5 USA
5 USA


New frequency since 22/09/2022.
United Kingdom
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English

5 USA
5 USA +1
5 USA


New frequency since 22/09/2022.
United Kingdom
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English

5* Five Star
5 STAR
5* Five Star


New frequency since 22/09/2022.
United Kingdom
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English

My5
5 SELECT
My5


New frequency since 22/09/2022.
United Kingdom
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English

5* Five Star
5 STAR +1
5* Five Star


New frequency since 22/09/2022.
United Kingdom
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English

Channel 5
Channel 5 +1 SD
Channel 5


New frequency since 22/09/2022.
United Kingdom
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English

Channel 5
Channel 5 HD
Channel 5

HD



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1 year ago
Webmaster
14th August 2021 Modulation changed from DVB-S2 8PSK to DVB-S QPSK and these FTA channels started (duplicated SD versions): ITV, ITV3, ITV2, ITV4, ITV +1, Channel 4, Film4, More 4, E4, Channel 4+1, E4+1 and Channel 5.

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