Go to http://www.lyngsat.com/in4a.html and http://www.lyngsat.com/packages/tatasky.html
Now navigate to “System Settings” -> “Add Channels” and do a find with the following fields set:
Symbol Rate: 27.500
The full frequency list is on the lyngsat page. Looks like all the KU band transponders on INSAT4A are leased out to TS. There is nothing more out there> 🙁
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/VideoGuard is the encryption/encoding system used by Sky networks all over the world. Its a news corp company.
“Several groups managed to reverse-engineer VideoGuard to the point where a legitimate subscriber's card can be read and utilized firmware to decrypt only those channels that subscriber is authorised to view. A
software CAM emulator for the DreamBox Linux-powered satellite receiver, along with the Dragon and T-Rex Conditional Access modules. However, many broadcasters choose to pair their cards to a specific STB serial number, meaning that a paired (also called “married”) card can only be used in a broadcaster-supplied STB, or by using the serial number from said receiver with one of the reverse-engineered solutions.”