[linux-dvb] Lifeview LR306 clone does not receive ch 7.

Lincoln Dale ltd at interlink.com.au
Sun Sep 17 10:14:54 CEST 2006


> >> How do you determine what the correct center frequency is?  Trial and
> >> error edits to /etc/dvb/channels.conf-dvbt-australia?  Or do I just
> >> wait until the driver evolves to the standard of the driver for the
> >> Kworld with its cx8800?
> 
> > Try and error or search for appropriate information.
> > I will change the locking algorithm some time. But this is a difficult
> > change and definitely not be there within few days.
> 
>   Well I'm bemused by this. I have had the same card in my desktop
> box (with no other pci card in it) and I had perfect service
> on all 5 channels (working off the same frequencies as Peter D).
> But today I pulled it out of that machine and stuck it in
> my mythbox (with a Visionplus branded Twinhan card (dvb-bt8xx)
> and a Kworld DVB-T card (using cx88-dvb)) and I am now

FYI, have 3 DVB-T cards here; a VisionPlus HDTV (Twinham dvb-bt8xx w/ mt352
frontend), OEM rev of DViCO FusionHDTV DVB Plus (cx88 w/ mt352 frontend) and
a AVermedia AverTV DVB-T (cx88 w/ dst frontend).

i am also in Melbourne SE suburbs like Peter.  am running dvb tip-of-tree as
of 6 September.  i have no problems tuning channel 7 (or any other channel)
on all 3 DVB-T cards using frequencies as per frequences on dba website
(http://www.dba.org.au/)

as far as i can tell, there is nothing wrong with the dvb tree or drivers.
i'd suggest you check your cabling & have a look at your antenna.

 
cheers,

lincoln.





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