[linux-dvb] linux-dvb Digest, Vol 42, Issue 24

Robert Grozea robert at itsystems.ro
Tue Jul 8 12:10:28 CEST 2008


Hi,

I used Fedora Core 5, kernel 2.6.20-smp and the SMP sources.

Best regards,

Robert

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> Date: Mon, 07 Jul 2008 22:28:17 -0430
> From: Joaquin Mu?oz Lucavechi <joaquinm at cenit.gob.ve>
> Subject: [linux-dvb] Two-way satellite communication system
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> Dear partners,
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> I would to ask you if you know a pci card supporting DVB-RCS 
> (Return-Channel-via-Satellite) technology or any other linux-compatible 
> hardware that could work on two-way mode, both sending and receiving 
> data, using VSAT system preferably.
>
>
> We work at innovation center in Venezuela, and we are looking for a free 
> software, low-cost and high-scalable solution allowing us to deploy a 
> communication system based on a standard satellite technology.
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> We would appreciate any information you could share with us.
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> Best regards
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