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I wondered why all 4 of my digital devices are showing duplicate entries in the EPG.

Running the Linux real-time scan utility reveals that some BBC channels are currently on both C23 and C28...:

9-BBC FOUR
71-CBeebies
81-BBC Parliament
700-BBC Radio 1
701-BBC R1X
702-BBC Radio 2
703-BBC Radio 3
704-BBC Radio 4
705-BBC R5L
706-BBC R5SX
707-BBC 6 Music
708-BBC Radio 4 Ex
709-BBC Asian Net.
710-BBC World Sv.

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Any Linux DVB-T users getting their signal from Crystal Palace might find this page useful:

Linux TV stuff for Freeview from Crystal Palace

I'm in the process of regenerating the channels.conf file.


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Chris wrote:
> Hmm, my channel scan has resulted in all my SDN channels having QPSK modulation?! I've got no idea how QPSK differs from 64QAM, but I still seem to get a picture.


SDN are transmitting using QAM_64, but stating in the NIT that they're using QPSK :-( Don't know if this is country-wide, or just on Crystal Palace.

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May 2019 - I'm still getting the BBC HD multiplex on RF channel 30, with no sign of any signal on RF channel 48...

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StevensOnln1: That's my understanding too. In fact, the only mention of channel 48 I've seen is on *this* web site.

See the sections:
Which Freeview channels does the Crystal Palace transmitter broadcast?
and
How will the Crystal Palace (Greater London, England) transmission frequencies change over time?

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