Sunday 24-March-2013, 13:17
Dishtv Using PowerVu encryption for few channels. Neo Sports, Ten Sports, Colors, ETV Bangla, Cartoon Network, Zee Cinema, HBO and few other channels are now in PowerVu.
Neo Sports using CA Type 3838 & ECM 3003, 3004
Ten Sports CA Type 3839 & ECM 301, 303
Colors CA Type 3838 & ECM 821
ETV Bangla CA Type 3838 & ECM 305
Cartoon Network CA Type 3838 & ECM 506
HBO CA Type 3839 & ECM 601
Zee Cinema CA Type 3838 & ECM 513, 514
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Sunday 24-March-2013, 18:05
what is powervu encryption????
Monday 25-March-2013, 08:13
not only those but few more like Sab tv and most of One alliance package is showing Powervu encryption.
zee studio and few more
Monday 25-March-2013, 08:15
Dishtv was using Conax encryption but now it is slowly changing sometimes to Seca, and now powervu
more information for those who want to know what it is they can google it out too
PowerVu is a conditional access system for digital television developed by Scientific Atlanta. It is used for professional broadcasting, notably by Retevision, Bloomberg Television, Discovery Channel, AFRTS and American Forces Network. It is also used by cable companies to prevent viewing by unauthorized viewers.
PowerVu has decoders that decode signals from certain satellites for cable distribution services. These decoders can also be used just like the FTA (Free-To-Air) satellite receivers if properly configured. PowerVu was considered very secure since it uses a complicated system to authorize each PowerVu receiver and trace its history of ownership and usage. Most PowerVu users are professional cable or satellite companies, using the service and equipment for signal redistribution, because regular users cannot afford it
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Monday 25-March-2013, 10:22
most of the channels in dishtv are now not having EPG since last few days..
Monday 25-March-2013, 17:09
yes quite true they are changing the encryptions. @off topic nice seeing you Bhatji over here