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C is for cable and S is for satellite. I suppose your DVB-T actually means "DVB-T/DVB-T2".
They have already had two weeks to sort themselves out. Pull it as anyone left obviously never watches the channel.
That depends on whether you are the only one with (I suspect) an old version of tunefix installed. Update to the latest (or install tunefix-update which will force it, and prevent you having to retune again on Mar 21st when 3 of the CP muxes change frequency).COM7 and COM8 channels disappear. I've done manual retune and can get them back, but then they disappear again. I have ~78% signal / 100% qualitry on channels 33 and 35 (COM7 and COM8 Crystal Palace).
BTW - I'm getting BBC 4 HD on 106 - I also see a channel entry on 794 but this just carries the retune message.
Is it just me?
WebIF >> Package Management >> Check for updatesI couldn’t see a way to update when I looked
https://hummy.tv/forum/threads/index-of-package-primary-topics.8005/I also didn’t know what tunefix-update was
Yes, absolutely. I think I probably should now build in an automatic update mechanism to tunefix-update which doesn't necessarily depend on the auto-update package.With a package set like tunefix + tunefix-update you really need to use the autoupdate package as well. The tunefix system gets 'programmed' by prpr with upcoming changes as needed ,and sometimes at fairly short notice before the event. If you don't visit the forum frequently and read the relevant posts and then update the package(s), your system will almost certainly get tangled.
I was receiving Muxes COM7 & COM8 on Channels 55 & 56 respectively from Sandy Heath.
I no longer am.
You are probably correct.Unlikely, COM7 and COM8 have been on UHF 32 and 34 from Sandy Heath until today when they move to 55 and 56. If you have already been receiving them on 55 and 56 that will have been from distant transmitters, they're on a Single Frequency Network on 55 and 56. So when Sandy Heath has sorted itself out during today's frequency moves you may be able to receive them.
Channel Frequency Network Mux Type Channels 21 474.0 MHz Cambs & Beds PSB3/BBC B DVB-T2 (HD) 7 24 498.0 MHz Cambs & Beds PSB2/D3&4 DVB-T (SD) 13 27 522.0 MHz Cambs & Beds PSB1/BBC A DVB-T (SD) 23 36 594.0 MHz Cambs & Beds COM5/ARQ A DVB-T (SD) 20 48 690.0 MHz Cambs & Beds COM6/ARQ B DVB-T (SD) 28