[linux-dvb] QAM 256 starts kicking out VDR widespread TT/FuSi FF cards / on AGC, etc, IMPL and Filter Optimisation

Marco Skambraks marco at ammec.de
Fri Aug 4 11:33:09 CEST 2006


hi,

I played with several values for
state->pwm = 0x54; //pwm 0x54 FuSi  C <------------
unfortunately, with no effekt
VAFC is still 3

any ideas?

marco

On Thu, 3 Aug 2006, thomas schorpp wrote:

> Marco Skambraks wrote:
> > hi,
> > 
> > below you find the debug output
> > 
> > my tt 2.3 premium works with qam256 - so it should not be a cable or
> > wallplug problem
> > 
> > marco
> > 
> > ves1820: Detected Chip Version 0x7a
> > ves1820: pwm=0x64
> > ves1820: Verbose Status: ves1820: VAFC 3 
> 
> try altering the pwm value in ves1820.c until VAFC is 0 and see:
> 
> @~ line 395
> /* setup the state */
> memcpy(&state->ops, &ves1820_ops, sizeof(struct dvb_frontend_ops));
> state->reg0 = ves1820_inittab[0];
> state->config = config;
> state->i2c = i2c;
> state->pwm = 0x54; //pwm 0x54 FuSi  C <------------
> 
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