[linux-dvb] Twinhan VP-1025
chris at tierheilpraxis-schal.de
Wed Jan 4 06:10:32 CET 2006
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| On Wednesday 04 January 2006 10:53, Mark Buechler wrote:
|>BER (Bit Error Rate) and UNC (Uncorrectable Blocks) I believe aren't
|>implemented or are not available on Twinhan cards (at least the 102G &
|>1020a cards I have). It would be nice if they were considering MythTV uses
|>these as well.
| So, It's mean that Twinhan cards is't supported in linux? In this case
| card I can use in linux?
Your Twinhan card is supported by the drivers. But, for some reason
unknown to me, the quality values (Signal Quality, Bit Error Rate,
Signal to Noise Ratio) are not reported back correctly. They appear to
be either zero or far too low.
Since you have poor reception quality I suggest you double check cable,
LNB and dish - and don't rely on the signal level of the card reported
by szap, use an analog tuner instead, it's far more accurate in my
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