[linux-dvb] new/unsupported usb device 1498/9206
gdaniele at gmx.net
Wed Jan 25 15:23:37 CET 2006
Guess what? Better double check before posting :) Turning the "naked"
thingy around there's a big model number written:
Until now I was considering it as a no-name device but it actually does
have one! A quick google lurk pointed out that there are many UMT-010
devices out there (on the cheap side), but I guess they aren't supported
Sorry for double posting the list!
Il giorno mer, 25/01/2006 alle 15.14 +0100, DAniele Gobbetti ha scritto:
> Il giorno mer, 25/01/2006 alle 14.56 +0100, Patrick Boettcher ha
> > The strings in the driver do not tell you much about the real hardware
> > inside.. Do you have a picture of the device somewhere? Can you open the
> > device and have a look at the ICs used?
> Sure thing:
> IC list:
> Near the Antenna there's a IC named MT2060F
> Then there are other two chips: the Uli (marked as M9206 A1) and another
> one, MT352 CG.
> Additionally there's an Atmel532.
> --8<--entire ICs data--8<--
> M9206 A1
> 0523 TU05
> MT352 CG
> Q5430 WS<DELTA>
> I don't have a good quality picture (and can't take it right now) but I
> can upload it on my site if it's needed.
> > Indeed there is/will be a device around with ULI USB bridge and DiBcom
> > demodulator, but I don't know when.
> Well, if I can contribute just let me know.
> > The problem is, that the ULI USB bridge is not supported by OpenSource
> > drivers. When they claim Linuxsupport, they maybe provide a binary driver
> > or it was just a marketing gag :).
> These are bad news... guess that was only marketing.
> > Sorry to tell you that,
> > Patrick.
> Don't worry. Thanks for the quick reply indeed!
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