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This was supposed to be my homepage. Unfortunately, here you won't get much information about me. Instead of this you can take a look at some cool software I wrote, pictures of transmitting sites I have visited and other stuff related to my hobbies. You can also check what people searched for to come to this website.

Here you can also find the current status of digital terrestrial television in Slovenia, Croatia, Austria, Italy and analysis of some DVB-T MPEG transport streams. These streams were captured some time ago by myself when I was visiting the country or were contributed by other people interested in digital terrestrial television.

Slovenian terrestrial multiplexes are captured and analyzed every 30 minutes. On the left you can see last captured images from Slovenian terrestrial multiplexes. Links to detailed stream analysis can be found below.
 

Slovenian Multiplex A Transport Stream Analysis (Updated Hourly)

DVB-T TVSlovenian MULTIPLEX A is operated by the public broadcaster RTV Slovenija. It carries 3 public national channels (TV Slovenija 1, TV Slovenija 2 and TV Slovenija 3), 2 public regional channels (TV Koper/Capodistria in the Zahod (West) allotment and TV Maribor - Tele M in the Vzhod (East) allotment and private regional channel Vaš Kanal.

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Slovenian Multiplex C Transport Stream Analysis (Updated Hourly)

DVB-T TVSlovenian MULTIPLEX C is operated by the public broadcaster RTV Slovenija. It is carrying national commercial channels.

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Croatian Multiplex B Transport Stream Analysis D4 (Updated Hourly)

DVB-T TV

Croatian MUX B is operated by OIV. Currently MUX B carries 2 public (HRT3 and HRT4) and 2 commercial channels (RTL 2 and Doma TV). On this page you can see the analysis of the MUX B transport stream.

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Croatian Multiplex C Transport Stream Analysis D4 (Updated Hourly)

DVB-T TV

Croatian MUX C is operated by OIV. MUX C uses DVB-T2 transmission and carries channels for pay TV called EVO TV. On this page you can see the (almost) real-time analysis of the MUX C transport stream from the D4 allotment. The displayed data is extracted from the actual broadcasted multiplex received in Vrhnika, Slovenia, from the Sljeme transmitting site.

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Austrian Multiplex A KT Transport Stream Analysis

DVB-TAustrian MUX A is operated by the ORS (Austrian Broadcasting Services) which is the leading provider of broadcasting services in Austria. Multiplex A KT (Kärnten - Carinthia) currently holds 4 channels: 3 public channels (ORF1 and two local versions of ORF2 - in the Carinthia region: ORF2 Kärnten and ORF2 Tirol - at capture time they were the same ORF2 program) and commercial channel ATV.

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Dutch Digitenne Multiplex 1 Transport Stream Analysis

Digitenne DVB-TDutch MUX 1 is operated by the public broadcasters Publieke Omroep which operate 3 national channels, Nederland 1, Nederland 2 and Nederland 3. In every region (province) there is also a regional public broadcaster (here it is "TV Oost"). Public radio stations are also transmitted through this multiplex.

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Latvian Multiplex 1 Transport Stream Analysis

DVB-T TV
The first Latvian DVB-T multiplex is operated by Lattelecom and provides 5 free-to-air channels (LTV1, LTV2, LNT, TV5 and TV3) and currently covers about 95% of the population. LTV (Latvian Television) is the state-owned public service broadcasting television company in Latvia. LTV operates two channels, LTV1 in Latvian and the youth-oriented LTV7 (earlier called LTV2) in Latvian and Russian. LNT (Latvijas Neatkarīgā Televīzija - Latvian Independent Television) is a major private television company in Latvia. Latvia is using MPEG-4 AVC (H.264) encoding.
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Krvavec

KrvavecThe Krvavec group is a small group on the south side of the main ridge of Kamnik Alps group and has many nice mountains with the highest mountain Kalski Greben. Veliki Zvoh is the highest peak of this small group. In this group it is also the peak from which the whole group gets the name. This mountain is Krvavec (1853 m). It is located about 25 km north of the Slovenian capital city Ljubljana. 

The Krvavec transmitting site is located on the slope at the height of 1740 m. It has a great view over a large part of Slovenia and therefore it has a large coverage area for radio and television.
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Krim

KrimKrim transmitting site is built on the Krim mountain south of Ljubljana. The need for transmitting site at Krim emerged in early 1970s because there were some gaps in the radio and television coverage areas of the Krvavec transmitting site. Preparation works for the Krim site started In 1971.

After it was build the first broadcast from this site was Slovenian public television channel TV Ljubljana 1 (now TV Slovenija 1). Soon after in the year 1973 another transmitter (more precisely transposer) started broadcasting Croatian public television channel TV Zagreb 1. Microwave links with other transmitter sites were also installed.
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Nanos

NanosNanos is a 12 km long and up to 6 km wide karst plateau about 50 km southwest from the Slovenian capital city Ljubljana. Nanos and Snežnik are the most representative mountains in the Notranjska area. Nanos mountain is also close to the famous Postojna cave which is the longest cave system in the country as well as one of its top tourist sites. Transmitting site is located on the sharp cut edge of Nanos called Pleša.

First broadcasts from Nanos started in 1955. In 1960 a decision was made to build a complete transmitting site with all the infrastructure including a 50 m high tower. 
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Pohorje

PohorjePohorje transmitting site is located in a forest area on the Pohorje Mountains west of Maribor, at 1056 m above sea level. The 72 m lattice tower is designed as free-standing tower but it is guyed in two levels in six directions. Access to the transmitting site is via asphalt road from Hoce and cable car located 200 m from the site. Because of excellent geographic location the Pohorje transmitting site covers a large part of the north-east Slovenia.

First broadcasts from Pohorje transmitting site started in 1963 on frequencies 88.5 MHz and 96.9 MHz for two radio stations and on TV channel 11 for one television available at that time.
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Dobratsch

DobratschThe Dobratsch (also Villacher Alpe, Slovenian: Dobrač) is a 2166 m high mountain in Carinthia (located west of the city Villach) above the green meadows of the "Villacher Alpe". It is Carinthia's best vantage point thanks to its exposed position between the Drau and Gail Valleys, the southern Limestone Alps and the mountain glaciers on the edge of the Carinthian lake plateau. The Dobratsch owes its distinctive form to the two greatest landslides in the eastern Alps.
Two earthquakes released a total of 530 million cubic meters of rock over an area of 12 kilometers from the southern flank of the Dobratsch, burying the lower Gail Valley down to a depth of 80 meters. This area is appropriately named "Schütt" (detritus).
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Plešivec

PohorjePlešivec transmitting site is located on the top of mountain called Uršlja gora at 1700 m above sea level. 100m lower on the slope lies a 400 years old church which is also the highest church in Slovenia. Because of excellent geographic location the Plešivec transmitting site covers a large part of the Koroška region and north-eastern part of Slovenia.

The first tower was constructed in 1962 when the first 100 W RCA TV transimitter and 250 W BHG FM radio transmitter were installed.
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Avala Tower

avalaAvala is a mountain in Serbia, located 16 kilometers south-east of Belgrade. It stands at 511 metres above sea level and provides a great panoramic view to Belgrade, Vojvodina and Šumadija, as the surrounding area on all sides is mostly a lowlands.

The Avala Tower is 204.5 m tall and its legs form a tripod, the symbol of Serbian tripod chair. The tower was destroyed in NATO bombardment of Serbia on 29 April 1999. On 21 December 2006, the reconstruction of Avala Tower commenced and the tower was officially opened at a ceremony on 21 April 2010. It is currently the tallest tower in Serbia and the Balkan region.
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Ad Inserter Wordpress Plugin

This is a simple Wordpress plugin that enables you to insert any HTML code in the article or display it as a widget. It is perfect for displaying AdSense or Amazon ads at any position. You can put up to 8 ad blocks.

For each block you can choose where and how it will be displayed: before selected post paragraph, before random post paragraph, before content, after content or as a widget. You can also select paragraph counting direction and float type. I wrote this plugin because none of the existing solutions had the options I wanted. On of the very powerful features of this plugin is the ability to insert post category or post tags into the ad code. This way you can create contextual ads where you have the ability to target specific category or products (e.g. Amazon Search Widget).

You can also test different versions of the same ad. Together with ad tracking this can be useful to find out which ad type performs best.
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Turbo51 - Free Pascal compiler for 8051

Turbo51 - free Pascal compiler for 8051

Why I wrote Turbo51 - Pascal compiler for 8051 microcontrollres

The majority of computer systems in use today are embedded in other machinery, such as automobiles, telephones, appliances, and peripherals for computer systems. These are called embedded systems. An embedded system is a special-purpose computer system designed to perform one or a few dedicated functions, often with real-time computing constraints. It is usually embedded as part of a complete device including hardware and mechanical parts. In contrast, a general-purpose computer, such as a personal computer, can do many different tasks depending on programming. Embedded systems control many of the common devices in use today.
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