Conditional Access Module Usage Examples

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Revision as of 18:36, 21 June 2007

This pages contains a list of working solutions for various encrypted operators across the world. Please do not list solutions that are still in development.

The main purpose of this page is to be a good starting point for beginners so they can choose the right type of hardware for their needs.

If you want to add content to this page, feel free to do so, but please respect this layout:

  • Section Country (In alphabetical order)
  • sub-section: Operator
  • A table for budget card that would contain: software, card, CAM type, CAM brand, comments
  • A likewise table for FF cards.

Contents

France

TPS

Solutions with budget cards
Software Card CAM type CAM brand Comments
VDR 1.4 Hauppauge Nova-CI-S Viaccess Aston Used with xine plugin


Norway

Grimstad Cable TV [1]

Solutions with budget cards
Software Card CAM type CAM brand Comments
[2] Mythtv 0.20 Technotrend Premium DVB-C 2300 Hybrid [3] No encryption Technotrend CI [4] Telenor Cable TV send unencrypted most of the channels. You must use Chinacrypt CAM-Modules for viewing encrypted channels + pay card. Have not tried doing this.


Sweden

Comhem [5]

Solutions with budget cards
Software Card CAM type CAM brand Comments
[6] Mythtv 0.20 KNC1 DVB-C Plus MK3 Conax KNC1 CineView-Modul Using only vanilla kernel 2.6.22-rc5 I'm watching encrypted DVB channels. You need a program card and pay for a subscription.
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