Broadcom 3510 was Re: [linux-dvb] Question regarding Air2PC r3
(Nxt2002 based)...answer may have implications for Nxt200x driver
CityK at rogers.com
Tue Nov 29 07:09:06 CET 2005
> Mike Krufky wrote:
>> This is the ATSC card (not the DVB-T one) right?
>> If so, from what I've heard, it only works with 8VSB -- NOT QAM
>> signals. Patrick told me that, and that is why I didnt buy it on
>> ebay. $49.95 buy-it-now!
> No, that was the r2 card, based on the Broadcom 3510.
> For more information regarding some confusion about the Air2PC see:
> Anyways, the r3 does demodulate QAM -- you can read about some user
> experiences here: http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=509869
In regards to the Broadcom 3510 based Air2PC r0.2 card still selling on
ebay, it appears from the Broadcom product brief
(http://www.broadcom.com/collateral/pb/3510-PB05-R.pdf ) that it should
be able to handle demodulation of a QAM source. Anyone know of any show
stoppers that might prevent that from being realized? (Patrick?)
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