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Polish Freeview (free satellite channels broadcasted from Poland)


afc1903 6 | 4
29 Aug 2007 #1
What kind of channels you can get on Polish freeview? Before i move to the country i was considering purchasing one of those usb digital tuners for my laptop and was wondering if it'll actually be worth it.

Do any of the channels show football?
telefonitika
29 Aug 2007 #2
here you go

some links for you to look at:

lyngsat.com/freetv/Poland.html
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Television_in_Poland

that should help you out :D
DancingDirty7
7 Jun 2015 #3
Merged: Polish free satelite channels in Greece

I am in Greece I just installed a new dish (cause the old one was trashed several years ago)

I can view some church channels but the Polish channels say no signal. Also BBC world and some really known also have no signal.

I want to ask if anyone knows if something changed in the channels

for example changed from analog to digital so, do I need another sat receiver? did some change of technology happen in the last couple of years?

or if not, then maybe its the settings in the sat receiver. Anyone knows what settings I need for most channels and polish channels?
Looker - | 1,103
7 Jun 2015 #4
It was long ago since I last installed Sat TV, but I remember that most Polish FTA channels are on HotBird satellite - here is the link with detailed parameters (hopefully updated):

satmania.com.pl/wykaz_kanalow_satelitarnych_-_polskie_programy_niekodowane_%28fta%29,0,92.htm
peter_olsztyn 6 | 1,098
7 Jun 2015 #5
I can view some church channels but the Polish channels say no signal.

Almost nothing left unscrambled.
DancingDirty7
7 Jun 2015 #6
yes I got it set to hotbird.
thanks for the link, found a piece of information that enabled some of the channels. it says 3/4 and my receiver was set in 2/4, so with 3/4 some Polish work thanks!


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