Re:Chip info - Re: [linux-dvb] TechniSat AirStar Telestick T1 - is supported?

roman.vasicek at roman.vasicek at
Tue Apr 4 11:52:36 CEST 2006

Thank you. I'll try it.

There are also available pictures of these chips. Files are rather big (1 - 1.5 MB).


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Your device seems to be pertain to the "TTUSB Budget" style,
you should try to alter the 
"dvb-ttusb-budget.c" file and add the following lines, as an
experiment :

	case 0x1005: // Hauppauge/TT Nova-USB-t budget
(tda10046/Philips td1316(tda6651tt) OR cx22700/ALPS TDMB7(??))
		// try the ALPS TDMB7 first
		ttusb->fe = cx22700_attach(&alps_tdmb7_config,
		if (ttusb->fe != NULL)
>>add this >>	case 0x3004:
		// Philips td1316
		ttusb->fe = tda10046_attach(&philips_tdm1316l_config,
		if (ttusb->fe != NULL)
static struct usb_device_id ttusb_table[] = {
	{USB_DEVICE(0xb48, 0x1003)},
	{USB_DEVICE(0xb48, 0x1004)},
	{USB_DEVICE(0xb48, 0x1005)},
>>add this >>	{USB_DEVICE(0xb48, 0x3004)},

If your third component has 14 pins, it is quite a common
and simple one, available from a wide range of manufacturers :

Note that you will need the : "dvb-fe-tda10046.fw" firmware



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>From      : linux-dvb-bounces at
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Date      : Fri, 31 Mar 2006 13:05:47 +0200 (CEST)
Subject : Chip info -  Re: [linux-dvb] TechniSat AirStar
Telestick T1 - is supported?

I've opened device and found some chips. Any suggestion
which module I should start with? Comments? Im able to read

| TDA10046A
| S48134.1	03
| 04391

| CY7C68013A-
| 56LFXC 0513
| B 04 KOR
| CYP 617006

| LVC00A
| AS099
|  UnG05
|  23D

The first one is probably for frontend, second USB
controler. I did not found any ino about the third one.
There is also another one chip, but i'm unable to read text
written on it. Text preset on it seems to me  like in
mirror... ?

Thank you for any comments / suggestions


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Od:  <roman.vasicek at>
Predmet: Re: [linux-dvb] TechniSat AirStar Telestick T1 - is
Datum: 28.3.2006 00:01:18

As no response received I expect this device is not
currently supported... Ok.
Can anybody help me to get this device supported? I can do
some testing, but
absolutely do't know where to start.

Vendor / product id is 0b48:3004

I tried to use usb-snoop to grab communication with device
under MS Windows XP.
The log files were huge so I uploaded to the web only the
smallest one created
after device replug. (125 kB,
unpacked 2.47 MB)

I have also two other logs - with start dvbview application
(~39 MB zipped) and
with chanel scan (~151 MB zipped). Don't know if it can be
useful. Please drop
me a note if you are interested in.

There is also available output of lsusb command and also
with -v option

There is also published  inf file and picture of device
itself, and package if
anybody is interested in. I did not tried to open device
itself - I don't want
to lose warranty.


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Od:  <roman.vasicek at>
Predmet: [linux-dvb] TechniSat AirStar Telestick T1 - is
Datum: 17.3.2006 10:52:27
Hi all,

I've bought AirStar Telestick T1 from TechniSat
this DVB-T USB receiver supported? It seems to me from lsusb
output that the
hardware is manufactured by TechnoTrend AG. Device id is
3004, but there is no
entry in file for it. It looks like that there is
also the same device
with additional 8k EEPROM with id 3005 (if I correctly
underestand supplied

What can (or should) I do to get this device supported in
Linux if not already?

Thank you
Roman Vasicek

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