[mythtv] [PATCH] Experimental full DVB-T scan

John Pullan jmp at tarantella.com
Wed Apr 20 08:21:49 UTC 2005

On Wed, 2005-04-20 at 08:46 +1000, Nigel Pearson wrote:
> > 	Can you give me details on the repeated multiplex please ? i.e are the
> > frequencies close or are you just picking up two transmitters ?
> 	John, I dunno what type of repeats Chris got, but in my case
> (Sydney, Australia) I get both types of repeats. Some due to a
> network transmitting in both VHF and UHF, 

That I can understand :)

> and some due to tuning
> at both the +125KHz offset and the centre frequency.

This shouldn't be happening, well not from clean anyway. If it finds a
multiplex in one frequency set (-offset,frequency,+offset) then it
should ignore the other ones. I think if I remember it checks the
offsets first, but it shouldn't really matter. I can see why you might
get duplicates if you're running the scan on a db with multiplexes
already defined.

> (but I suspect you already knew that :-)
> > I hope the next patch should
> > allow you to delete the multiplex and the associated channels :)

It was really bugging me last night so I went and added the 3 lines of
code that made delete multiplex work :)

I'm hoping the next (cvs ready ?) patch should be out this weekend.


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