[linux-dvb] [PATCH] Add pll information for some NXT2002 and NXT2004 based cards

Kirk Lapray kirk.lapray at gmail.com
Sun Oct 23 23:00:16 CEST 2005


According to the information I found it said 57MHz.

Here is what I found:
http://www.business-sites.philips.com/assets/Downloadablefile//TUV1236-1747.pdf

The tuner and NXT2004 demodulator chip are integrated into the TUV1236D
Network Interface Module. I don't think there is a specific Philips tuner
used. From what I understand the NXT2004 also demodulates the analog signal.
A Conexant CX88 chip is then used to interface with the PCI bus and adds
video and svideo inputs.

Kirk

On 10/23/05, CityK <CityK at rogers.com> wrote:
>
> Michael Krufky wrote:
>
> > Kirk Lapray wrote:
> >
> >> I have added support for several cards that use the NXT2002 or
> >> NXT2004 demodulator.
> >>
> >> These will be used in a new NXT200X driver that incorporates the
> >> NXT2002 driver and adds support for a couple NXT2004 based cards.
> >>
> >> * dvb-pll.h, dvb-pll.c:
> >> - Added support for the following:
> >> Philips TUV1236D - ATI HDTV Wonder
> >> ALPS TDHU2 - AverTVHD MCE A180
> >> Samsung TBMV30111IN - Air2PC ATSC - 2nd generation
> >>
> >> Signed-off-by: Kirk Lapray <kirk.lapray at gmail.com
> >> <mailto:kirk.lapray at gmail.com>>
> >>
> >
> > Kirk-
> >
> > I've applied your patch to dvb-kernel cvs, thanks.
> >
> Kirk,
>
> In the patch, shouldn't the min. Fq. for the Philips TUV1236D be 54MHz ?
>
> Unrelated to the patch, could you, or anyone else for that matter, ID
> the (Philips?) tuner and analog demodulator ICs used in the TUV1236D.
> Thanks.
>
> -- Cheers, CK
>
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