[linux-dvb] ADSTech Mini DualTV Hybrid Analog-DVB-T USB stick

Michel Ludwig michel.ludwig at gmail.com
Fri Jun 8 15:01:33 CEST 2007

On Friday 08 June 2007 12:30:21 Nicolas Will wrote:
> I've used Google, the wiki, the mailing list archives and failed to find
> my answer.
> I have one ADSTech Mini DualTV Hybrid Analog-DVB-T USB stick.
> After a bit of plastic surgery, I found the following inside:
>       * Philips TDA9830T - TV sound AM-demodulator and audio source
>         switch
>       * Trident TVMaster TM6000 - Audio codec, Video decode, USB 2.0
>         Bridge
>       * XCEIVE XC3028 analog and digital TV Tuner
>       * Zarlink (now Intel) ZL10353 DVB-T demodulator
>       * 24LC641SN
>       * LBNJ N208 601
> I have posted pictures here:
> http://www.youplala.net/v/nicolas/computer/htpc/adstechminidualtv/
> On the picture page, you can find links to the product pages, and evena
> datasheet for the Philips component.
> My lsusb info will be at the end of the post.
> I have today's v4l-dvb-experimental compiled in.
> Do I have any hope of using this device on Linux?
> If not yet, what can I provide to help, outside of code?

This device should be another candidate for the TM6000 driver. The only 
problem is that I don't have much time at the moment to work on it. But I can 
try to add your device to the driver as it is now, and it could be the case 
that you could use the DVB-T of your device already now.



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