[linux-dvb] TechniSat Air2PC-ATSC-USB devices
mkrufky at linuxtv.org
Sun Nov 11 19:02:06 CET 2007
> Michael Krufky wrote:
>> On Mon, 22 Oct 2007, CityK wrote:
>>> In discussion with Michael a couple of weeks ago, he mentioned that he
>>> didn't think that the older TechniSat ATSC USB devices (
>>> http://www.linuxtv.org/wiki/index.php/TechniSat_Air2PC-ATSC-USB ) are
>>> actually supported, but suggested you might know better.
>>> Could you, or anyone else, confirm the status.
>> On Nov 10, 2007 4:58 PM, Patrick Boettcher <patrick.boettcher at desy.de> wrote:
>>> I don't know anything about this device. Maybe it uses the bcm3510-demod
>>> in this case it could work with the flexcop-driver. But also this means
>>> that there is only USB1.1 support (useful bitrate less than 8MBit/s with
>>> Airstar DVB-T).
>> I believe that this device was released around the same time as the
>> AirStar 5000 (PCI), which used the LG-H064F NIM (LGDT3303 atsc/qam
>> demod). It's very likely that the same NIM is used in this device, in
>> which case it would be equally as easy to add support.
> - Mike (who has self professed on a number of occasions that he has a
> memory like a sieve -- and, hence, if he sometimes forgets things, its
> perfectly excusable) appears to have _inexcusably_ ignored the content
> of the earlier message and shot from the hip, and injected erroneous
> information (as seen above)
What erroneous information? I said it uses the LG-H064f, and that's what it says on the wiki.
Your comment here doesn't sound very nice :-(
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