• Eine neue Version von neumoDVB ist jetzt unter https://github.com/deeptho/neumodvb verfügbar

    [Blocked Image: https://github.com/deeptho/neumodvb/blob/master/docs/images/spectrum.png?raw=true]

    NeumoDVB ist eine DVB-Settop-Box und ein DX-Programm für Linux. Es unterstützt erweiterte Muti-Tuner-Karten, die auf dem Stid135-Chip basieren, wie z. B. TBS-6909x und TBS-6903x, sowie einfachere Karten, die auf stv091x wie tbs5927, auf tas2101 wie tbs5990 und auf si2183 wie tbs6504 basieren. Einige der Funktionen umfassen

    • Spektralanalyse von Satellitenbändern
    • Blindscan (TBS-6909x, TBS-6903x, tbs5927 und unvollständige Unterstützung für tbs5990)
    • Scannen von Muxen
    • Scannen von Satellitenbändern durch Blindabstimmung
    • Ansehen und Aufzeichnen von Programmen
    • EPG-Scannen, einschließlich SkyUk, Freesat, Movistar, Viasat Nordic
    • Ansehen verschlüsselter Streams mit Oscam
    • Abstimmung auf Multi-Stream- und T2MI-Streams
    • Steuerung von Stellungsreglern

    Um die Blindscan-Funktionen nutzen zu können, müssen Sie auch die Blindscan-Kernelmodule installieren.
    https://github.com/deeptho/linux_media


    A new release of neumoDVB is now avalilabe at https://github.com/deeptho/neumodvb

    NeumoDVB is a DVB Settop box and dx-program for linux. Its supports advanced muti-tuner cards based on the stid135 chip, such as TBS-6909x and TBS-6903x and simpler cards based on stv091x like tbs5927, on tas2101 like tbs5990 and on si2183 like tbs6504 Some of the features include

    • spectral analysis of satellite bands
    • blindscan (TBS-6909x, TBS-6903x, tbs5927, and incomplete support for tbs5990)
    • scanning muxes
    • scanning satellite bands by blind tuning
    • viewing and recording programs
    • epg scanning, including SkyUk, Freesat, Movistar, Viasat Nordic
    • watching encrypted streams using oscam
    • tuning to multi-stream and T2MI streams
    • controlling positioners

    For using the blindscan features you also need to install the blindscan kernel modules.

    GitHub - deeptho/linux_media: neumoDVB blindscan drivers media_tree
    neumoDVB blindscan drivers media_tree. Contribute to deeptho/linux_media development by creating an account on GitHub.
    github.com
  • Those with 6903x/6909x cards can quickly scan with the neumoDVB app by installing Deeptho's driver.

    It is unbelievable that these cards scan slowly on Windows and Linux; they "fly."

    For example, at 19.2E, the total bandwidth scan was 32.7 minutes under Windows and only 3.2 minutes under Linux.

    NeumoDVB brings other benefits to stid135 chip cards.

  • Vor längerer Zeit wünschte ich mir schon einen Linux-Stick mit neumoDVB. :38:

    Die 32 Minuten sind schon "Express-Mode", mit IQMonitor hoher Auflösung und geringer Abtastrate dauert es etliche Stunden. :28:


    A long time ago I wanted a Linux stick with neumoDVB. :38:

    The 32 minutes are already "express mode", with IQMonitor high resolution and low sampling rate it takes several hours. :28:

    Wer nicht die Antennengröße und den ungefähren Standort angibt, postet sinnlos, sofern es um eine Signalerfassung geht.

    If you don't specify the antenna size and the approximate location, posting is useless if it's about signal acquisition.

    Dish & Location

    N 48.602 E 15.553

    240 Irte (Ku/C)

    180 Laminas stationär (KaEABCD/Ku/C/X)

    180 Laminas mobil (all)

    120 Laminas (Ku)

    100 (Ku, 1.9°E/7°E), 100 (Ku, 27.5°W), 85 (Ku, 13°E/16°E/19.2°E)

  • I have also been thinking about a "usb stick with linux", but it is not so simple because you need a hard disk to store

    live buffers and recordings. It can be done. For example libreelec could be a good starting point. I have too little

    time myself, but there should be people out there that can do it.

    Some people run neumoDVB on a raspberri pi. So that is also a solution.

    Ich habe auch über einen „USB-Stick mit Linux“ nachgedacht, aber das ist nicht so einfach, weil man zum Speichern eine Festplatte braucht

    Live-Buffer und Aufzeichnungen. Es ist machbar. Beispielsweise könnte Libreelec ein guter Ausgangspunkt sein. Ich habe zu wenig

    Zeit für mich selbst, aber es sollte Leute da draußen geben, die das können.

    Manche Leute betreiben neumoDVB auf einem Raspberry Pi. Das ist also auch eine Lösung.

  • Mein Gedanke war ein bootfähiger Stick, und groß genug, sollte für Buffer etc. auch genug Platz sein.

    My thought was a bootable stick, and big enough, there should be enough space for buffers and so on.

    Wer nicht die Antennengröße und den ungefähren Standort angibt, postet sinnlos, sofern es um eine Signalerfassung geht.

    If you don't specify the antenna size and the approximate location, posting is useless if it's about signal acquisition.

    Dish & Location

    N 48.602 E 15.553

    240 Irte (Ku/C)

    180 Laminas stationär (KaEABCD/Ku/C/X)

    180 Laminas mobil (all)

    120 Laminas (Ku)

    100 (Ku, 1.9°E/7°E), 100 (Ku, 27.5°W), 85 (Ku, 13°E/16°E/19.2°E)

  • Mein Gedanke war ein bootfähiger Stick, und groß genug, sollte für Buffer etc. auch genug Platz sein.

    My thought was a bootable stick, and big enough, there should be enough space for buffers and so on.

    Daran hätte ich auch ein Interesse

    Nahe Köln

    tbs 6903x

    100cm, 13.0, 19.2, 23.5, 28.5

  • Hi,

    did neumo DVB works with all of these linux versions (see attached file) and also with TBS 6909 X V-2?

    qwer setup

    Location: Rastatt, Germany

    C-band: 55.5°West-68.5°East ORBITRON O-16 (4,9m)

    X-band: 17.8°W-60.2°E KATHREIN CAS 120 (1,2m)

    Ku-band: 61.0°West-80.0°East KATHREIN CAS 23 (2,2m)

    Ka-band A/B/C/D: 30.0°W-75.0°E KATHREIN CAS 018 (1,8m)

    Ka-band band A 2x KATHREIN CAS 120 fix on 19.2°E and 42.0°E

    Ku-band LNB: Invacom SNF-031, Inverto Single Flange

    C-band LNBs: Kaonsat, C-Panorama 13K, Norsat 8000RI C-DRO, BrasilSat LNBF AP30 PLL

    Ka-Band LNBs: Inverto Twin WHITE Ka Circular Dual Polarity LNB (flange), Inverto IDLK-SINL20-KAKU-OPP,MCL-KP04, Norsat 9000HX-O3B-BN, Orbital LNB1825F-1000D-WF55

    X-band LNB: Norsat X1000HAF

    Feeds: Invacom ADF_10 + 2 rings, XMW Ka-band Feed FD9000K

    Waveguide Polariser: AV-COMM

    Tuner: TBS 6925, TBS 6903, TBS 6903X, TBS 6522

    >qwer setup

  • Hi,

    did neumo DVB works with all of these linux versions (see attached file) and also with TBS 6909 X V-2?

    When I started installing the deeptho and neumoDVB drivers it was on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS. I had no problems with the Linux installation, nor with the drivers, although due to the latter, which were not optimized on Ubuntu, I had to insist that deeptho solve this problem.

    The biggest headache I had was with the installation of the neumoDVB app, especially coming from a Windows environment. I think this is a problem of newcomers to this environment who are getting used to a different operating system, totally different from Windows.

    Luckily Deeptho took into account the opinions and obstacles I had, installing his app is easier, so I could easily switch from Ubuntu 22.04 LTS, and now I'm on Ubuntu 23.10.

    From what I understood during learning and discussing with him on the neumoDVB thread on the UK forum, it can now easily work on any version of Ubuntu.

    The only problem I've had and that could occur at any time is to be careful with kernel updates. To avoid problems of this kind, I try and use the same kernel from when I install the drivers and app. Of course for the Linux connoisseur, such problems can be solved by themselves, but beginners need to be more careful.

    We are lucky with the 6903x/6909x cards that Deeptho has, I think, committed to this project precisely because these stid135 cards are the top cards in the dvb-s world. Probably the situation would have been different if he hadn't discovered the potential of this stid135 chip which is not yet so prominently displayed on Windows.

    So it doesn't matter which version of card you have, because the application is valid for all HW versions

    Too bad it didn't have the 6983 card to exploit to the same level as those for 6903x/6909x.

    I don't think I'm exaggerating, but I say it's worth learning and working on Linux if only to use these cards at another level.
    I hope you succeed :3:

    7 antennas,including 2 of 150cm,one T90 with 16 lnbs
    lnb:Inverto Black Ultra with scalar rings and many Ku lnbs,
    C-band LNB:ESX241,Galaxy Inovations,EuroStar,MTI 20K,NS741U C/Ku,Inverto Single C-band Flange,lnb Chaparral Servo Motor & Skew Control
    LNB Ka:R9216DF XWM,Hughes FSS 19.7-20.2 GHz,
    6 satellite receivers,2 Meters,
    7 PC cards(tbs6983,6903,6590,6522,6209,2603,6909X,6903X,6504),3 tuners usb-tbs5927,tbs5925 & SkyStar USB 2 HD,
    Satellite reception between 100.5E-50.0W,
    Loc:Romania :3:

  • I guess I don't have to advocate installing and working with tbs6903x/6909x cards with neumoDVB anymore. But you can't seem to be impressed by the fact that you can almost work with 69093x/6909x on this system just as you can with, say, 6983 on Windows.

    For example, the signal on Dutch muxes with a low symbol rate at 16.0E can be locked with the tbs6909x card, and then listened to. Of course, not all of them can be found by "Blindscan all", but at least manually it can be done.

    I have not been able to lock the mux with a symbol rate of 176. Maybe after another update.

    7 antennas,including 2 of 150cm,one T90 with 16 lnbs
    lnb:Inverto Black Ultra with scalar rings and many Ku lnbs,
    C-band LNB:ESX241,Galaxy Inovations,EuroStar,MTI 20K,NS741U C/Ku,Inverto Single C-band Flange,lnb Chaparral Servo Motor & Skew Control
    LNB Ka:R9216DF XWM,Hughes FSS 19.7-20.2 GHz,
    6 satellite receivers,2 Meters,
    7 PC cards(tbs6983,6903,6590,6522,6209,2603,6909X,6903X,6504),3 tuners usb-tbs5927,tbs5925 & SkyStar USB 2 HD,
    Satellite reception between 100.5E-50.0W,
    Loc:Romania :3:

  • Hello! 👋

    I'm new to Linux, so it's a little difficult for me to figure out how to install the NeumoDVB program. I have a question for dear users of this program: Is the program installed on the DragonOS X33 system? And is it possible to use this program to record a GSE stream using a TBS6903X card?

    Thanks in advance for your answer!

    Brgds

  • Just to let you know, that I started with Linux PC as a newbie... so it was clear, that neumoDVB would show me some "installation problems"... check it below... anybody give me some help...? :26.

    qwer setup

    Location: Rastatt, Germany

    C-band: 55.5°West-68.5°East ORBITRON O-16 (4,9m)

    X-band: 17.8°W-60.2°E KATHREIN CAS 120 (1,2m)

    Ku-band: 61.0°West-80.0°East KATHREIN CAS 23 (2,2m)

    Ka-band A/B/C/D: 30.0°W-75.0°E KATHREIN CAS 018 (1,8m)

    Ka-band band A 2x KATHREIN CAS 120 fix on 19.2°E and 42.0°E

    Ku-band LNB: Invacom SNF-031, Inverto Single Flange

    C-band LNBs: Kaonsat, C-Panorama 13K, Norsat 8000RI C-DRO, BrasilSat LNBF AP30 PLL

    Ka-Band LNBs: Inverto Twin WHITE Ka Circular Dual Polarity LNB (flange), Inverto IDLK-SINL20-KAKU-OPP,MCL-KP04, Norsat 9000HX-O3B-BN, Orbital LNB1825F-1000D-WF55

    X-band LNB: Norsat X1000HAF

    Feeds: Invacom ADF_10 + 2 rings, XMW Ka-band Feed FD9000K

    Waveguide Polariser: AV-COMM

    Tuner: TBS 6925, TBS 6903, TBS 6903X, TBS 6522

    >qwer setup

  • G-Sat 10/30 @ 83° E

    Maybe they will be amateurs for neumoDVB reception and tbs6909x card in C-band at 83.0E.

    Here is what I received in my area with antenna ade 1.50m and lnb Titanium C-138:

    7 antennas,including 2 of 150cm,one T90 with 16 lnbs
    lnb:Inverto Black Ultra with scalar rings and many Ku lnbs,
    C-band LNB:ESX241,Galaxy Inovations,EuroStar,MTI 20K,NS741U C/Ku,Inverto Single C-band Flange,lnb Chaparral Servo Motor & Skew Control
    LNB Ka:R9216DF XWM,Hughes FSS 19.7-20.2 GHz,
    6 satellite receivers,2 Meters,
    7 PC cards(tbs6983,6903,6590,6522,6209,2603,6909X,6903X,6504),3 tuners usb-tbs5927,tbs5925 & SkyStar USB 2 HD,
    Satellite reception between 100.5E-50.0W,
    Loc:Romania :3:

  • Hi Sergey,

    I thought we talked about your desire to install neumoDVB, which I would very much like to do, but two problems keep me from intervening. I'm not a specialist in Linux.

    I don't know your distribution, and I'm not sure which format of Clang or Python is compatible with OS Dragon. I'm also not sure which other files are compatible with your OS.

    Many users got stuck because these files did not match with others.

    I tell you this because I went through the same helpless situation when I tried to install neumoDVB. But my ambition to use my cards on Linux was stronger than this impotence.

    You have to climb "the boulder" to the top no matter how many times it takes to succeed.

    Regards :3:

    7 antennas,including 2 of 150cm,one T90 with 16 lnbs
    lnb:Inverto Black Ultra with scalar rings and many Ku lnbs,
    C-band LNB:ESX241,Galaxy Inovations,EuroStar,MTI 20K,NS741U C/Ku,Inverto Single C-band Flange,lnb Chaparral Servo Motor & Skew Control
    LNB Ka:R9216DF XWM,Hughes FSS 19.7-20.2 GHz,
    6 satellite receivers,2 Meters,
    7 PC cards(tbs6983,6903,6590,6522,6209,2603,6909X,6903X,6504),3 tuners usb-tbs5927,tbs5925 & SkyStar USB 2 HD,
    Satellite reception between 100.5E-50.0W,
    Loc:Romania :3:

  • Hi Satesco👋

    Thanks for the answer 🤝

    Let me install Ubuntu for myself. Which version should I install?

    And another question: Is it possible to record a BB-frame stream with NeumoDVB?

    Brgds

  • I don't know what to say now. Maybe it wouldn't hurt to read the neumoDVB thread on the UK forum. Maybe you'll find the right answer for your distribution, or one that will please you.

    I worked with neumoDVB on Ubuntu 22.04, but because it couldn't add and play multiple services due to a Nvidia app, I had to install the application on Ubuntu 23.10.

    It's an early version, more for testing and developers. Unfortunately, it has many bugs, but nevertheless, I can work with neumoDVB.

    I decided to upgrade to 23.04 LTS, but I'm still waiting, because deeptho, the developer, has made it known that he will improve his application in the next version for stid135(6903x/6909x) cards.
    I haven't tried to record bbframe,but after reading somewhere,it seems this card can do it.

    7 antennas,including 2 of 150cm,one T90 with 16 lnbs
    lnb:Inverto Black Ultra with scalar rings and many Ku lnbs,
    C-band LNB:ESX241,Galaxy Inovations,EuroStar,MTI 20K,NS741U C/Ku,Inverto Single C-band Flange,lnb Chaparral Servo Motor & Skew Control
    LNB Ka:R9216DF XWM,Hughes FSS 19.7-20.2 GHz,
    6 satellite receivers,2 Meters,
    7 PC cards(tbs6983,6903,6590,6522,6209,2603,6909X,6903X,6504),3 tuners usb-tbs5927,tbs5925 & SkyStar USB 2 HD,
    Satellite reception between 100.5E-50.0W,
    Loc:Romania :3:

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