Octagon SF8008 is not a professional DVB receiver, so we know that this kind of basic receiver can accept errors without showing a problem, because they don't take care of timing, do not try to sync video and audio etc.... This kind of receiver just play the video data and audio data when they come, and don't take care of Ttime stamp.
(This is the way the HamTV station on ISS was tested before launch and in result HamTV TS produced was very bad with no DVB tables....)
Sorry, but my opinion is that we should never use that kind of receiver to test a DVB signal, it is a waste of time and I have never seen a professional operator doing that. It does exist professional receiver for that.
I don't know why you claim we used OctagonSF8008 to check the DATV signal?
As I clearly wrote in my post above, the signal was measured yesterday evening by one of the developer with an professional R&S DVM400 and the PCR jitter was reported to be below 200ns (specification says 500ns is still allowed).
That is what I was told and I think these guys know what to do from their professional job and there is no need to discredit someone.
Why you have different results is not clear to me at the moment and I will pass it to the team for further investigation.
Thank you for your report!