[linux-dvb] Hauppauge WINTV Nova-T 500 PCI
maillist at jarkeborn.se
Fri Aug 31 09:38:31 CEST 2007
> On Thu, 2007-08-30 at 08:06 +0100, Nicolas Will wrote:
>> > At the server I have a 1-2 splitter
>> Good quality splitter? Nothing plastic, ugly little metallic boxes are
>> usually better.
> You will want stuff like that
> Low Insertion loss splitters, high separation
> As opposed to that
> crappy supermarket stuff
> (eeeew !)
I think I have quite good equipment (please tell me if you don't agree). Then
it's always room for improvements such as high-end equipment all the way from
Monster Cables, etc.
Sorry for the referenced pages in Swedish
- The amplifier is Televés 5523,
- F connectors where possible (everywhere but at the TV's and capture cards)
- Splitters used is of metallic type with F connectors such as
- Most of the antenna cable is of KTV 1.0/4.8 but I have made one mistake...the
cable to the basement and where the server is have KTV 0.8/3.6...
Actions I have planned for:
- Test the direction of antenna if there are any improvements that can be done.
- Replace the antenna cable to KTV 1.0/4.8
- When testing the direction of antenna, is there any good tool I can use on the
Linux server with the TV-cards to find the best setting. My regular DVB-T boxes
have that good signal so it's hard to use them. (on my Dreambox SNR= 99%,
- What values should a aim for...
* Highest possible Signal Strength
* Highest possible SNR
* Lowest possible BER
I executed dvbsnoop (with -s singal) during a scan and when finding channels I got:
SNR: 0 (?????)
Can I trust the values from dvbsnoop?? Any better tool??
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