[linux-dvb] AverTV Hybrid Volar HX

Zdenek Kabelac zdenek.kabelac at gmail.com
Tue Jan 1 02:39:16 CET 2008


2007/12/31, Manu Abraham <abraham.manu at gmail.com>:
> Zdenek Kabelac wrote:
> > 2007/12/31, Michael Krufky <mkrufky at linuxtv.org>:
> >> Zdenek Kabelac wrote:
> >>> Hello
> >>>
> >>> I should start a new thread about this USB2.0 device.
> >>>
> >>> I'll repeat which chips I could find in the USB device -
> >>> SAA7136E,CY7C68013A,TDA18271HDC1
> >>>
> >> You should base your work off the master branch.  The tda18271 driver in that tree should work well enough for you.  I don't know anything about the IF within the saa7136 -- I would guess it is something like a tda8290 or tda8295, which may need some work for analog support.  For digital tv, you can attach the tda18271 the same way as is done in cx23885-dvb for the hvr1800, with alt_tuner=1.
> >>
> >> You'll have some work to do to get the saa7136 analog video decoder working as well... I've heard it may be compatible with the saa7134 code, but that driver currently expects to be used as a PCI bridge.
> >>
> >> Given the CY7C68013A, you probably don't want to touch any of the dib0700 code, although we still don't know what digital demod / channel decoder is used in your device.  Are there any other chips inside?
> >
> > Yeah - It's been just a trial if it will do something with my device.
>
>
> This device might be supported soon. Other than that, I guess the
> TDA18271 driver doesn't support DVB-T as of now.
>

Hi Manu

I'd like to hear it clearly - should I safe my time to play with this device?

Do you mean by this answer that you know someone already writes the
driver for AsusTV Hybrid Volar HX USB device ?

(And driver will be opensource and usable with any kernel I need ?)

What is the timeplan of this event ?

Thanks for your answers.

Regards

Zdenek



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