CAM Modules for Indian DTH Providers

samhita

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Dec 7, 2011
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I'm trying to gather information about the encryption used by the Indian providers and CAMs that can be used. Can someone with any of these connections provide the information I'm missing and correct me if I got something wrong?

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Provider             Encryption        CAMTata Sky             [url=https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/VideoGuard]NDS/Videoguard[/url]    None available officially but Wikipedia says it can be emulated with Dragon CAMAirtel Digital TV    [url=https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/VideoGuard]NDS/Videoguard[/url]    Same as aboveDish TV              ??                CAM available officially from the provider under the name DTH FreedomVideocon D2H         [url=https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Irdeto]Irdeto[/url]            Thirdparty CAM availableReliance Big TV      [url=https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mediaguard]Mediaguard[/url]       Sun Direct           [url=https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Irdeto]Irdeto[/url]            Thirdparty CAM available
This post is for reference only and has nothing to do with video piracy. You will still need a valid subscription to view the channels. Some CAMs might not be able to update its encryption keys from thirdparty settop boxes or TV tuner cards. Also be warned that using third party CAMs may not be legal and the provider can block the subscription card if they find out.
 
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pratikr

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Jan 21, 2009
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I'm trying to gather information about the encryption used by the Indian providers and CAMs that can be used. Can someone with any of these connections provide the information I'm missing and correct me if I got something wrong?

Code:
Provider             Encryption        CAMTata Sky             [url=https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/VideoGuard]NDS/Videoguard[/url]    None available officially but Wikipedia says it can be emulated with Dragon CAMDish TV              ??                CAM available officially from the provider under the name DTH FreedomVideocon D2H         ??                ??Airtel Digital TV    ??                ??Reliance Big TV      [url=https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nagravision]Nagravision[/url]       Thirdparty CAM with selectable box key available from some sitesSun Direct           ??                ??
This post is for reference only and has nothing to do with video piracy. You will still need a valid subscription to view the channels. Some CAMs might not be able to update its encryption keys from thirdparty settop boxes or TV tuner cards. Also be warned that using third party CAMs may not be legal and the provider can block the subscription card if they find out.

D2H : Irdeto
Sun Direct : Irdeto
Big Tv : Seca Mediaguard
Airtel NDS : Videoguard
Tata Sky : NDS Videoguard
Dish Tv: Seca Mediaguard/Conex
 
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samhita

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Dec 7, 2011
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Are you sure Big TV uses Mediaguard? On Wikipedia it says Nagravision. Or have they switched from Nagravision to Mediaguard at some point?
 


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cochin007

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Jun 27, 2008
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DIsh tv had conax in old recievers.The cam given by them for other stb is useless which gives FTA channels.Any one got idea if we can use any of the cards on our own receivers like Openbox or Dreambox?
 


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