As of today there are more than 150 satellites in geostationary orbit around the globe that transmit digital satellite TV, Radio, Intenet. Every satellite has certain number of transponders onboard which are operating at different radio frequencies. There are C-band, Ku-band, and Ka-Band transponders.
Satellite TV software use Transponder lists that contains satellite and transponder parameters. Usually, the lists of transponders are located in the folder named Transponders within the folder as your satellite TV application.
Transponder lists is an ASCII text files that is organized in INI-file format and contains info about orbital position, frequency, symbol rate and other specific information for each satellite/transponder. The exact syntax may differ a bit depending on the satellite TV program you use.
Like any other data, though, Transponder lists become obsolete as new satellites are launched and older ones are decommissioned or satellite providers can change transponder parameters from time to time. Therefore, you are advised to update Transponder lists on a regular basis, especially before you scan for new channels or adjust your satellite dish using FastSatfinder.
Download all-in-one satellite transponder lists for your FastSatfinder software.
Watch this video for step-by-step tutorial on how to update your satellite transponder lists.
Download the transponder lists sorted by Band and by Polarization or Full package: download package, unzip/extract the Transponders.zip or Transponders.7z archive (it will unzip to a folder named Transponders) and replace the folder Transponders in your program folder with it.
We are constantly updating transponder lists for various satellite TV applications, such as FastSatfinder, DVBViewer, MediaPortal, ProgDVB, DVBDream. For more information/downloads, please visit the download page.