[linux-dvb] Compro VideoMate E650 hybrid PCIe DVB-T and analog TV/FM capture card
stev391 at email.com
stev391 at email.com
Tue Aug 26 08:50:46 CEST 2008
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Thomas Goerke" <tom at goeng.com.au>
> To: stev391 at email.com
> Subject: RE: [linux-dvb] Compro VideoMate E650 hybrid PCIe DVB-T and analog TV/FM capture card
> Date: Tue, 26 Aug 2008 13:48:05 +0800
> I have the Compro VideoMate E800F Hybrid D/A HW2 PCIe card which has the
> Conexant PCIe A/V decoder. CX23885-132 - AV Decoder
> Conexant MPEG II A/V Encoder CX23417-11Z - MPEG 2 Encoder
> ZL10353 0619T S - Demodulator
> XCEIVE XC3008ACQ AK50113.2 - Video Tuner
> It appears very similar to the E650 except for the Zarlink demod. I am
> happy to provide all the information and test if you have the time to
> provide a patch. Please let me know and I will do the testing you required.
> I also have a XP boot drive for windows debugging as well.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: linux-dvb-bounces at linuxtv.org [mailto:linux-dvb-bounces at linuxtv.org]
> On Behalf Of stev391 at email.com
> Sent: Tuesday, 26 August 2008 6:03 AM
> To: jackden
> Cc: linux dvb
> Subject: Re: [linux-dvb] Compro VideoMate E650 hybrid PCIe DVB-T and analog
> TV/FM capture card
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: jackden <jackden at gmail.com>
> > To: stev391 at email.com
> > Subject: Re: [linux-dvb] Compro VideoMate E650 hybrid PCIe DVB-T and
> analog TV/FM capture card
> > Date: Mon, 25 Aug 2008 21:40:08 +0800
> > Stephen,
> > > 1) A high resolution photo so I can identify the main items on the board
> > ok. see http://linuxtv.org/wiki/index.php/Compro_VideoMate_E650
> > > 2) A list of chips used on board, (The two key chips that I need to know
> are the tuner &
> > > demodulator)
> > ok.
> > > 3) The output of `lspci -vv` and `lspci -n` that are relevant for this
> > ok.
> > > 4) The output of `i2cdetect -l` and `i2cdetect #` where # is the number
> associated with a
> > > cx23885 adapter (see >
> #i2cdetect for
> > > example)
> > hmm... I run 'i2cdetect -l' ,but the output is empty. : (
> > > 5) The Regspy output, for: idle straight after boot, dvb channel tuned
> and working, analog
> > > tuned and working. (This needs windows, to get regspy just google
> "regspy dscaler".
> > Regspy is windows only? I no have windows operating system. : (
> > 6) An external link to the compro product page.
> > ----=Jackden in Google=----
> > --=Jackden at Gmail.com=--
> Thanks for completing the information on the wiki page.
> To use i2cdetect you need to load i2c_dev module (or something similar).
> i2cdetect is part of lm sensors so maybe you should install this if you
> haven't already. (perhaps try Google for an answer...)
> From what you have posted I still think it is possible to support this card
> easily, but as you cannot provide me with the output of Regspy (which is
> windows) I will have do a little of trial and error. So hopefully you are
> very patient. (I still need the output of i2cdetect before I create a
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I'm happy to give it a go...
The Zarlink demod is the exact same chip as the Intel one mentioned previously. Zarlink sold there demodulator (and possibly others) to Intel. The driver in Linux is still known as the Zarlink 10353, this is not going to be a problem.
The same windows driver controls both of these cards (and the E300, E500 both normal and F versions), so they should be pretty similar (except got for the HW mpeg encoder, and the power on support). (The driver is based on the reference design as well)
Create a wiki page for this card with the same information I need for the E650, hopefully when I get the DVB-T going in one it will be a simple matter for the other.
I don't want to get your hopes up with the analog side yet, as I have not managed to quite work out what I need to do there.
Thanks for the email
P.S. Please do not top post, reply to the email at the bottom. This will help people who are catching up with this thread...
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