7.1.10. The saa7134 driver

Author Gerd Hoffmann

7.1.10.1. Card Variations:

Cards can use either of these two crystals (xtal):

  • 32.11 MHz -> .audio_clock=0x187de7

  • 24.576MHz -> .audio_clock=0x200000 (xtal * .audio_clock = 51539600)

Some details about 30/34/35:

  • saa7130 - low-price chip, doesn’t have mute, that is why all those cards should have .mute field defined in their tuner structure.

  • saa7134 - usual chip

  • saa7133/35 - saa7135 is probably a marketing decision, since all those chips identifies itself as 33 on pci.

7.1.10.2. LifeView GPIOs

This section was authored by: Peter Missel <peter.missel@onlinehome.de>

  • LifeView FlyTV Platinum FM (LR214WF)

    • GP27 MDT2005 PB4 pin 10

    • GP26 MDT2005 PB3 pin 9

    • GP25 MDT2005 PB2 pin 8

    • GP23 MDT2005 PB1 pin 7

    • GP22 MDT2005 PB0 pin 6

    • GP21 MDT2005 PB5 pin 11

    • GP20 MDT2005 PB6 pin 12

    • GP19 MDT2005 PB7 pin 13

    • nc MDT2005 PA3 pin 2

    • Remote MDT2005 PA2 pin 1

    • GP18 MDT2005 PA1 pin 18

    • nc MDT2005 PA0 pin 17 strap low

    • GP17 Strap “GP7”=High

    • GP16 Strap “GP6”=High

      • 0=Radio 1=TV

      • Drives SA630D ENCH1 and HEF4052 A1 pinsto do FM radio through SIF input

    • GP15 nc

    • GP14 nc

    • GP13 nc

    • GP12 Strap “GP5” = High

    • GP11 Strap “GP4” = High

    • GP10 Strap “GP3” = High

    • GP09 Strap “GP2” = Low

    • GP08 Strap “GP1” = Low

    • GP07.00 nc

7.1.10.3. Credits

andrew.stevens@philips.com + werner.leeb@philips.com for providing saa7134 hardware specs and sample board.