[linux-dvb] some questions on cx23885/xc3028

Zdenek Kabelac zdenek.kabelac at gmail.com
Fri Dec 28 23:00:16 CET 2007


2007/12/25, Steven Toth <stoth at linuxtv.org>:
> Zdenek Kabelac wrote:
> > Hello
> >
> > As I can see - these chips look quite similar to mine AverTV Hybrid
> > Volar HX. I've checked the official drivers from Aver (version 0.7) -
>
> Please don't top post, it get's annoying for everyone. Either start a
> new thread or quote below the original email.

Ahh sorry about this one - gmail seem to be handling this style of
answers very well - so I'm using it. I'll try to keep in the right
order.

I should probably start a new thread.

> AverTV Hybrid Volar HX, shows up on google images as either a USB
> product or a PCI express product.

Unfortunately I could take only snapshot by phone of my USB device -
but I have tried to rewrite here the numbers from chips
(when I've opened it ) - it looks actually very different
from the previous Hybrid Volar model without HX :(

>
> If this board has silicon that linuxtv.org has drivers for, then yes we
> can probably make it work.

I could find out these symbols - only few of them makes some sence to me:
(SAA7136E,CY7C68013A,TDA18271HDC1)

NXP
SAA7136E/1/G
SH0780.1  06
ZSG07361

CY7C68013A-56LFXC 0731
B 04 KOR
CYP 640386

AF9013-N1
0732 HKH2Y

TDA18271HDC1
P2KHT08 03
cmG07121Y
9423

LBNJN256721

H207H

2464WP

24.000
H.ELE.7K

A827-C

> Check the wiki. If it does not have pictures then please take some and
> try to identify which parts the product uses. Once you have an accurate
> wiki pages we can try adding support after that.

Is there any chance this could work ?
(I couldn't find anything in the kernel sources about these chips)
Or should I return the product and buy something else ?

Thanks

Zdenek



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