How to Enter BISS Key in Echolink HD Receiver
To set up BISS, you will have to select the encoding option from the menu. If you have the BISS 2600 Encoding option, the graph will disappear and you will need to manually enter the key to make it appear. When you have finished setting the BISS encoding, select the MCAS submenu. You can also manually enter it by pressing the arrow buttons.
Next, select the channels. To do this, you will need to select the appropriate button on your remote. Next, choose the channel for which you’re interested. From the list, select the menu Biss keys. If you don’t want to encode with BISS, you can also use the BISS no key. In most cases, BISS encoding is enabled by default.
If you’re using the BISS-E decoder, you’ll have to enter the Biss-E key to de-scramble the feed. The secret Biss-E key will be kept by the decoder. There are several decoders that can generate the key data for you. The autorole decoders include the Tiger T3000 Mega and Tiger T245+ lazers, Hellobox V5 Plus and Echolink HD receivers.
Install the latest version of the software to enable BISS support for your Echolink HD receiver. This will allow you to decode encrypted channels using the Biss Code System. You’ll then be able watch encrypted channels. Echolink also has more information about the BISS encrypted channels. This article will help you navigate the process.