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Max TV SES 5 | 5.0E Tv Channel Frequency

Here is the recurrence, framework, Symbol Rate, FEC, gathering, type and different subtleties for the station Max TV in satellite SES 5 | 5.0E..

The recurrence of the channel is 12303 H, System is DVB-S2/8PSK, and FEC is 3/4

Max TV was a New Zealand music channel accessible on an UHF recurrence in Auckland from 28 October 1993 to 3 December 1997.

At the point when Max TV started transmission it was known as Max: The Music Channel. The channel was together claimed and worked by Aztel Holdings (radio character Kevin Black, who possessed the recurrence permit, and his accomplice Jeff Thorpe) and On-Line Productions, a video creation house

The channel at first transmission from 4:00pm until late Monday to Thursday; 4:00pm until 1:00am on Friday; 7:00am until 1:00am on Saturday; and 7:00am until late on Sunday. By April 1996 its transmission hours were stretched out to 24 hours per day, seven days per week.

On 20 May 1997, the channel broadcast the music video to Iggy Pop’s melody “Pussy Walk”. Nearby women’s activist gathering Women Against Pornography considered the music video ‘hostile and offending to ladies

On 2 December 1997, Television New Zealand declared that the station would shut down on the next day

Channel Name Max TV
Satellite Name SES 5 | 5.0°E
Frequency 12303 H
System DVB-S2/8PSK
Symbol Rate 27500
FEC 3/4
Group StarSat
Type $ Conax

 

 

 

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