Globalcast keys


Bronze Member
Username: Fortec01

Post Number: 80
Registered: Sep-06
they work fo me
ID C1 01
IDEEA key 86 EB 4A C4 1A 45 5B DD 23 54 7E EF 4B 3A BF 4D 62
IDEEA key 96 83 20 3C A8 E5 7B 93 A6 7B 12 67 AB 40 62 03 B1
RSA key
(128 chars) 336991F2DD42C0EC25597B75DBDDF751CF069CF32DDDBC308453F4B60506A59D

Bronze Member
Username: In2deap

Post Number: 56
Registered: Jun-06
where do we input these

New member
Username: Kilvio_25

Toronto Canada

Post Number: 7
Registered: Feb-07
help please. where can i find the bin 228&276

Bronze Member
Username: Alfons_ramahotmailcom

Call me when... Albanian

Post Number: 56
Registered: Jan-07
what have all the channels been opened ???
canon labtec or somebody please answer this..

Bronze Member
Username: Joya

Post Number: 12
Registered: Mar-06
what channels u can get with those keys? dose asc flix work?

Bronze Member
Username: Alfons_ramahotmailcom

Call me when... Albanian

Post Number: 57
Registered: Jan-07
does top channel work ???

Gold Member
Username: Lklives

Post Number: 7587
Registered: Jan-06
there are NO working bins for Globecast, so those keys won't help U..

Bronze Member
Username: Alfons_ramahotmailcom

Call me when... Albanian

Post Number: 59
Registered: Jan-07
just as i thought canon, we need a new bin for this fix.(i think you're just watching the free channels)

Gold Member
Username: Lklives

Post Number: 7591
Registered: Jan-06

Bronze Member
Username: In2deap

Post Number: 58
Registered: Jun-06
where do we input these keys in nagra 1

Silver Member
Username: Tapeman

Post Number: 532
Registered: Oct-06
If you R near Fuffalo area or Ontario try niagra falls not nagra

sory try Globecast let me know if it works
I'm serious you can only try it if you got Globecast but LK says it won't work and I don't watch Globecast

Bronze Member
Username: Espn3

Post Number: 14
Registered: Aug-06
any ideea when a new bin for GC may be ready ?
starting next Tuesday lots of UEFA soccer games will be on Setanta ...

Silver Member
Username: Tapeman

Post Number: 535
Registered: Oct-06
What is UEFA?
why only on GC and not on Fox Soccer Channel?
I need a break from Cricket

Bronze Member
Username: Espn3

Post Number: 15
Registered: Aug-06
UEFA is the European soccer tournament between each country champions and 2nd, 3rd places.
More info at
It's just good quality soccer.
The bin was available till summer of last year. Then a few promises but nothing real.
Hope to see something soon.

Bronze Member
Username: Hicham

Post Number: 60
Registered: May-06
john johnson,
if you have echo 8.10 you can watch all this games live on :
FSC ( fox soccer channel )
or BEll express Vu, nimiq1,91west, on :
RDS ( french channel )

Bronze Member
Username: In2deap

Post Number: 60
Registered: Jun-06
how can i get the channle called (c1) its armenian 1//thanks

Silver Member
Username: Crazy_greek

Post Number: 595
Registered: Jul-06

Armenia TV Satellite
EchoStar 5 @ 121.oW Freq.11782 (Pol. V)
SR 20,000 (tp. 5) Channel 905.
AMC 16 @ 118.8 Freq.11740 (Pol.V)
SR 26,000 (tp 2) channel 905.

Bronze Member
Username: In2deap

Post Number: 61
Registered: Jun-06
which Satalite is this in because i only have (148 and t5) tanks

Silver Member
Username: Crazy_greek

Post Number: 599
Registered: Jul-06

I am very sorry Armenia is not on any other satellite that is FTA.

Bronze Member
Username: In2deap

Post Number: 62
Registered: Jun-06
o ok thanks still//well does anybody no were the armenian channle horizon went

Bronze Member
Username: Espn3

Post Number: 16
Registered: Aug-06
For zaza mala,

You are right, I can see some games on FSC, ESPND or GOLTV. But no channel broadcasts the same games as Setanta Sport.

Silver Member
Username: Crazy_greek

Post Number: 626
Registered: Jul-06

Hey Mike
Why don't you move your Dish from
148 to 121 it has a lot of Ethnic Channels
plus Armenia the Channel that you are
looking for.

New member
Username: Aha3


Post Number: 4
Registered: Feb-07

Gold Member
Username: Lklives

Post Number: 7782
Registered: Jan-06
Tommy Boy...Who?....LOL

New member
Username: Aha3


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Registered: Feb-07

Gold Member
Username: Lklives

Post Number: 7784
Registered: Jan-06
Glossary of Satellite Lingo & Abreviations

Antenna - Satellite Dish

BUD - Big Ugly Dish

LNB - Low Noise Block converter

LNBF - LNB Feedhorn - Direct broadcast satellite (DBS) and many Ku (FSS) dishes use an LNBF, which integrates the antenna's feedhorn with the LNB. Small diplexers are often used to distribute the resulting IF signal (usually 950 to 1450MHz) "piggybacked" in the same cable TV wire that carries lower-frequency terrestrial television from an outdoor antenna. Another diplexer then separates the signals to the receiver of the TV set, and the IRD of the DBS set-top box.

MUX - A group of channels on same frequency

Bouquet - A group of channels on same frequency

L.O. Frequency - Local Oscillator Frequency (C-band = 5150, Ku Linear = 10750, Ku Circular = 11250)

Rain Fade - When rain or snow affect the satellite signal. Also called attenuation.

PID - Packet Identifier

PCR - Packet Clock Rate

Polarization - The physical orientation of the waveform from the satellite. R/L are right and left 'circular' rotation similar to a corkscrew. H/V are horizontal/vertical similar to a fishing line cast either overhand or sidearm.

Symbol Rate (SR) - Size of the digital package transmission

SKEW - Rotation (Clockwise / Anti-Clockwise) of the LNB or LNBF

DVB - Digital Video Broadcast. Video standard used by Dish Network, Bell ExpressVu, PowerVu, and MPEG2 free-to-air.

DSS - Digital Satellite System. Video standard used by Direct TV.

Digicipher 2 - Encryption system and video standard created by Motorola. Used by StarChoice, 4DTV, and Digicipher 2 free-to-air (not the same as MPEG2 FTA).

DL Freq. - Delivery Frequency / Downlink Frequency

DBS - Digital Broadcast Satellite

MPEG II - Moving Picture Experts Group II, A system for compression of digital data

TP - Transponder

IRD - Integrated Receiver Decoder

VC - Virtual Channel

VC II+ - VideoCipher II + decoder

RF - Radio Frequency

EPG - Electronic Program Guide

MHz - Abbreviation for ****Hertz

GHz - Abbreviation for GegaHertz

DiSEqC - Digital Satellite Equipment Control

NTSC - National Television Standards Committee. TV standard used in North America, Japan, and most of Latin America.

PAL - Phase Alternating Line. TV standard used in most parts of the world, including Asia, Europe, and Australia.

SECAM - Another TV standard used primarily in France and Russia.

Bird -- A satellite

FSS - Fixed Satellite Service. Satellite service intended for commercial applications, such as transmitting feeds from an uplink facility to a downlink facility where it can then be processed for other uses. With few exceptions, FSS transmissions are usually not intended for consumers directly.

BSS - Broadcast Satellite Service. Also called DBS (Direct Broadcast Service). This is a satellite service that is uplinked for the specific purpose of reception directly by consumers. This includes XM/Sirius Radio, Direct TV, Bell ExpressVu, StarChoice, and Dish Network. StarChoice, though a BSS service, actually operates in the FSS portion of Ku-Band.

P-Band - 200-1000 MHz satellite band used for amateur DXing and weather satellite use. 200 MHz is the lowest satellite frequency possible because frequencies lower than that bounce off the ionosphere.

L-Band - 1000-1500 MHz satellite band. Most commonly used for Radionavigation (GPS) and weather satellite use.

S-Band - 2310-2690 MHz frequency. The 2310-2360 MHz portion is used for XM and Sirius Radio. The higher portion (2500-2690 MHz) is allocated for DBS television service; but due to the small size of the spectrum, it has not been used.

C-Band - 3700-4100 MHz (downlink) and 5925-6945 MHz (uplink) Frequency. Also the general name used for the big dish. Used mainly for commercial purposes: linking feeds to network affiliates and cable systems. Most of these are not intended for general use but you can subscribe to them and many of them are not encrypted.

X-Band - 7250-7750 MHz (downlink) and 7900-8400 (uplink) frequency. Used for military purposes.

Ku-Band (FSS) - stands for "kurz-under". The 10.7-12.2 GHz (downlink) and 12.7-14.5 GHz (uplink) portion of the satellite frequency spectrum. In North America, this portion of the Ku spectrum requires a linear LNB.

Ku-Band (BSS) - 12.2-12.7 (downlink) and 12.7-14.5 GHz (uplink). Used for Direct TV, BEV, and Dish Network. This portion of the Ku spectrum requires a circular LNB.

Ka-Band - stands for "kurz-above". Frequency 17.7-20.2 GHz (downlink). Will soon be the standard for broadband internet via satellite and may even become useful for DBS at some point in the future.

V-Band - Frequency 47.2-275 GHz. V-band is actually a generic term for the several FSS bands that exist in that huge portion of the spectrum.

SCPC - Single Channel Per Carrier

MCPC - Multi Channel Per Carrier

FTA - Free To Air, Non-encrypted channel (digital)

ITC - In The Clear, Non-scrambled channel (analog)

Open - In The Clear or Free To Air

Scrambled - Analog video has been manipulated so that it is not intelligible.

Encrypted - Digital Video and/or Audio have been encoded and require special keys or processes to make it visible.

Closed - Encrypted or Scrambled channel

Conditional Access - System in which access to a particular channel requires unit (box) information and channel tier information before decryption can take place. Used by Dish Net/BEV receivers and CAM-equipped FTA receivers.

Open Access - System in which access to a provider's entire network is accomplished by entering the public and parity keys. Used by the popular Fortec and Pansat receivers, as well as DVB-S cards.

CAM - Conditional Access Module. With Dish/BEV receivers, it is built-in. With FTA receivers such as Dreambox, it is a removable unit. CAMs process the information from the smart card and allow the receiver to decrypt channel information.

Smart Card - A credit-card sized card with a microchip containing decryption information. A smart card is read by a CAM.

CI Slot - Commmon Interface Slot, CAM is inserted in this

Elevation - The Up/Down positioning of the satellite dish

Azimuth - The Left/Right positioning of the satellite dish

Direction - Also called Azimuth

Composite Video - Phono (RCA) Video

IR - Infra-Red

UHF - Ultra High Frequency

Pizza Dish - Generic name for the small dish

Cable on a stick - Another name for the small dish

Clarke Belt -- Another name for the satellite belt. Named after it's discoverer, Arthur C. Clarke

Wild Feed - Show that is not yet scheduled to air. (Meant for station affiliates only.) Note: Never call trouble number on the screen it's for TV stations only! (If they know you can see it, they may move it!) Also, you will probably see "dead Air." (black screen) This is where the TV stations insert thier local commercials

Back Haul - Live Feed / Up link feed (E.G. Sporting events, News , Etc.) (Meant for station affiliates only.) Note: Never call trouble number on the screen it's for TV stations only! (If they know you can see it, they may move it!.)

Clean Feed - No commercials (Back hauls usually) E.G. Watch the Zambonie clean
the ice.

DAVE - Digital Audio Video Entertainment. Also known as Direct TV.

DISH Network - Digital Information Sky Highway Network

Charlie - Charlie Ergen, DISH Network CEO. Also known as Dish Network

BEV - Bell ExpressVu

*C - Star Choice


BIN -- A file in a BINary format suitable for flashing a ROM

BB - Blackbird

ECM - Electronic Counter Measure

FLASHED -- Software program that reads the TSOP bin and makes changes in specific locations such as; the IRD number, Box Keys, Bootstrap etc.

FIRMWARE - Software in the TSOP that allows the receiver to run.

TSOP - Thin Small Outline Package (The memory chip within the receiver, which contains the software to run it

JKEYS - Software used to read a receiver's box keys

JTAG - Joint Team Action Group. A device made of five resistors and a DB-25 connector that allows the receiver to communicate with a computer. (JTAG is used to read from or write to the receiver's TSOP)

LOOPED -- A card that has lost its ATR (Answer to Reset)

NAG - An on screen error message

SOFTWARE FIX - A software upgrade that gets around a NAG or ECM

BOX KEYS - Secret keys that are in each receiver's firmware that identify the particular reciever.

BOOTSTRAP - Code that allows the receiver to power up and access the programming on the TSOP.

CLONING -- Changing the IRD number, box keys, bootstrap etc. in a receiver's TSOP to match another.

NAGRA 1&2 - Nagravision encryption (Dish Netwok & ExpressVu systems)

P4 & P5 - Videoguard encryption (Direct TV, Sky Mexico systems)

Gold Member
Username: Lklives

Post Number: 7785
Registered: Jan-06
Analog A method of signal transmission in which information is relayed by continuously altering the wave form of the electromagnetic current. Now used in AM radio or most voice telephone circuits.
•Backhaul Point-to-point video transmission from a remote site back to a central site for further distribution.
•Bandwidth A range of frequencies on the electromagnetic spectrum.
•Bird Slang for communications satellite.
•Broadband A descriptive term for evolving digital technologies that provide consumers a signal switched facility offering integrated access to voice, high-speed data service, video-on-demand services and interactive delivery services.
•CEMA Consumer Electronics Manufacturers Association.
•Common Carrier The FCC's class of transmission systems, such as telephone, telegraph and certain satellites, open to public use with uniform fees.
•Compression A term used to denote reducing the amount of bandwidth needed to transmit video or audio, thus increasing the capacity of a satellite transponder.
•CONUS Continental United States Continuous Wave.
•C-Band The 3.7 - 4.2 GHz (Gigahertz) frequency band is used for the distribution of programming by virtually all satellite/cable networks. There are 22 C-Band satellites in operation over North America today. They range in power from 5-11 watts per transponder, requiring receive antennas of 5-12 feet in diameter. Beginning in 1992, the fleet was gradually replaced with higher powered (10-17 watt) satellites. This allows the average size of a C-Band installation to be reduced to 90 inches in diameter.
•Clarke Belt The name given in honor of Arthur C. Clarke, to the orbit 22,300 miles directly above the equator where satellites can maintain a stationary position in relation to the earth. Also called geostationary orbit.
•dB, Decibel An analog unit of measure of signal strength, volume or signal loss due to resistance as expressed in logarithmic form.
•DBS, Direct Broadcast Satellite The transmission of audio and video signals via satellite direct to the end user by C-Band and Ku-Band receivers.
•Demodulation The process for retrieving an information signal that has been modulated onto a carrier.
•Digital A method of storing, converting and sending data in the form of binary digits (i.e., 0 or 1).
•Dish Slang term for antenna.
•Dish cover A cylindrical weather protection device.
•Downlink To receive from a satellite; also, the dish used for reception.
•DTH, Direct-To-Home Official term used by the Federal Communications Commission to refer to the satellite television and broadcasting industries.
•DVR Digital Video Recorders (same as PVR).
•Encryption/ Decryption Encryption is the process of electronically altering a video and/or audio from its original condition. Decryption is the process of returning the video and/or audio to its original condition.
•EPG Electronic Programming Guide.
•Feedhorn The part of the satellite system that collects and focuses satellite signals reflected by the antenna.
•FSS Fixed Satellite Service.
•GSO Geosynchronous Orbit; satellites in geosynchronous orbit travel around the earth in an area approximately 22,300 miles from the surface at the same rate that the earth turns, therefore completing one revolution every 24 hours.
•Headend A cable TV systems control center where incoming signals from satellites and other sources are put into the system.
•High Definition Television Technology that significantly increases the resolution of digital video signals offering vastly improved picture quality over the current NTSC standard.
•Hybrid Satellite A satellite that carries two or more different communications payloads (i.e., C-Band and Ku-Band).
•Hz, Hertz Cycle per second; a measure of electromagnetic frequency that represents the number of complete electrical waves in a second. One kilohertz (KHz) is one thousand cycles per second; one ****Hertz (MHz) is one million; one gigaHertz (GHz) is one billion.
•ICTA Independent Cable & Telecommunications Association.
•IPG Interactive Programming Guide.
•INMARSAT International Maritime Satellite Organization.
•INTELSAT International Telecommunications Satellite Organization.
•ITU International Telecommunications Union.
•IRD (integrated receiver decoder) A device capable of receiving and tuning satellite signals. The output of the receiver can be either baseband video for use with video monitors or RF for use with standard TV sets.
•Impulse Pay-Per-View Technology that allows the consumer to purchase a movie or special event instantly via a computerized order processing center. This technology allows for the processing of a high volume of orders in a short time period.
•Ka-Band A higher frequency than Ku-Band, operating from 18 to 31 gigaHertz.
•Ku-Band The 11.7-12.7 GHz (Gigahertz) frequency band. This band has been split into 2 segments by the FCC. The first is the 11.7-12.2 GHz band known as FSS (Fixed Satellite Service). There are 22 FSS Ku-Band satellites in orbit over North America today. They range in power from 20-45 watts per transponder, requiring a 3-5 foot antenna for clear reception. The 12.2 - 12.7 GHz segment is known as BSS (Broadcast Satellite Service). Satellites in this band range in power from 100 - 200 watts per transponder, allowing the use of receive antennas as small as 12-18 inches.
•KHz KiloHertz.
•LEO Low Earth Orbit; satellites placed in orbit less than 22,300 miles above the earth.
•LNB Low Noise Block convertor. System devise used to amplify and convert satellite signals into frequencies sent to the tuner.
•MHz ****Hertz.
•Modulation The process of superimposing an information signal onto a carrier for transmission.
•MPEG Motion Pictures Experts Group.
•NAB National Association of Broadcasters.
•NCTA National Cable Television Association.
•Packet Data A process where *****d data is transmitted in discrete units, called packets, allowing for more efficient use of channel capacity and reliability of transfer.
•Pad Slang for transponder channel attenuation. It is an electronic device that adds electrical resistance to a circuit to protect a transponder from signals that are too strong.
•Personal Video Recorder (PVR) Product that tracks viewing habits, records programs and has other interactive features such as pause and rewind.
•PCS Personal Communications System.
•QPSK Quaternary Phase Shift Keying; a digital modulation scheme used in transmission communications that allows increased sending capacity
•RPM Revolutions Per Minute.
•RBOC Regional Bell Operating Company.
•SBCA Satellite Broadcasting and Communications Association.
•SCPC Single Channel Per-Carrier; an economical way to get multiple signals on one transponder.
•Scrambling Altering a video signal transmission so it can not be received without an authorized operating decoder.
•Satellite Antenna (Dish) A parabolic antenna that collects satellite signals. C-Band antennas range in size from 5-12 feet in diameter; K-Band antennas range from 18 inches to 6 feet.
•Satellite Programmer A company that produces, packages or distributes video, audio, and/or data services for distribution to the home satellite dish and cable markets.
•Smart Card Technology that allows for the upgrade of encryption security through the use of a consumer-installable card containing a new computerized security code.
•SMATV Satellite Master Antenna Television; or private cable; a miniature cable system that receives programming by one satellite dish and serves an entire housing complex or hotel.
•SNG Satellite Newsgathering.
•Spread Spectrum A means of transmission in which encoded information is carried in discrete packages of information, then spread over a wide bandwidth for transmission to specific receivers that filter out the coded material.
•Superstation A local TV station whose signal is satellite delivered to cable systems and backyard antennas across the country.
•Sun Outage When the sun passes behind a satellite in relation to the earth and its energy momentarily interferes with the satellite signals. This happens two times each year during spring and fall equinox.
•Tariff The usage fees charged for any given service.
•Terrestrial In communications parlance, this refers to earth, land or ground-based telecommunications systems.
•Transceiver A combination transmitter and receiver.
•Transponder A satellite component that receives and retransmits a TV signal or perhaps many narrower-band data or audio channels.
•TVRO (Television Receive-Only) An industry term used to describe a home satellite system that only receives and does not transmit satellite television signals.
•UHF Ultra High Frequency; the band in the 500 to 900 MHz range, including TV channels 14 through 83.
•Uplink To transmit to a satellite for relay; also, the dish used to transmit.
•Value Added Service Provider In satellite communications, can refer to a third party who leases capacity for resale.
•Video Compression Technology that significantly reduces the bandwidth required to transmit a video signal, making possible the carriage of numerous NTSC quality signals.
•VHF Very High Frequency; the band in the 30 to 300 MHz range, including TV channels 2 through 13.
•VSAT Very Small Aperture Terminal; the electronic devise attached to a satellite dish that allows two way communications of video, voice or data between the dish and a specific satellite; typically used in business applications, with expanding use for residential high speed satellite internet services.
•Zapping Changing the channel by remote control during a program to avoid a commercial.
•Zipping Fast-forwarding through commercials when playing back a program on a VCR.

New member
Username: Aha3


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Registered: Feb-07

Bronze Member
Username: In2deap

Post Number: 63
Registered: Jun-06
whats new in globecast///any fix news

New member
Username: Aha3


Post Number: 7
Registered: Feb-07

Silver Member
Username: Crazy_greek

Post Number: 645
Registered: Jul-06

Hey tomy
I guess LK is getting tired of answering the same question the past six (6) months,so here I go,there is NO BIN for these Subscribed Channels on Galaxy 25 at 97.oW.

If you want it bad enough try here.

New member
Username: Aha3


Post Number: 8
Registered: Feb-07
hey, kevin ..i,m a new memeber. i wasn,t here then. please you answer my question.if you can about using footpring signal?? can bigger dish will help? if yes..what kind? are there different kind of signal in the air.what we call bev signal.(ku band)ect.. also would like to know dishnetwork,s LNB will work with bev??

Bronze Member
Username: In2deap

Post Number: 64
Registered: Jun-06
anything new on globecast

Bronze Member
Username: Fortec01

Post Number: 94
Registered: Sep-06
i heard that there menat be a chance that we get bak soon but thats what only heard wat alot ppl like to talk bout it not be sure

Bronze Member
Username: Veasnalong

Fresno, Calofornia Usa

Post Number: 11
Registered: Feb-07
Must be hard to get Globcast going. Who knows when fix will be out.
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