biss key occa africa eutelsat 5W 18-01-2018

biss key occa africa

biss key occa africa eutelsat 5W 18-01-2018

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Eutelsat 5 West A @ 5° West
FREQ 3726 R 29950
MPEG 2 – 4:2:0 – SDTV
ID:Occa AFRICA 1 &2 &3

CW: 74 64 BA 92 CC 64 56 86

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Basic Interoperable Scrambling System, usually known as BISS, is a satellite signal scrambling system developed by the European Broadcasting Union and a consortium of hardware manufacturers.

Mobile equipment to send news over a satellite link used by TVNZ news reporters.
Prior to its development, “ad hoc” or “occasional use” satellite news feeds were transmitted either using proprietary encryption methods (e.g. RAS, or PowerVu), or without any encryption. Unencrypted satellite feeds allowed anyone with the correct equipment to view the program material.

Proprietary encryption methods were determined by encoder manufacturers, and placed major compatibility limitations on the type of satellite receiver (IRD) that could be used for each feed. BISS was an attempt to create an “open platform” encryption system, which could be used across a range of manufacturers equipment.

Fields for entering BISS-keys on an Ericsson RX8200 IRD
There are mainly two different types of BISS encryption used: READ MORE