[linux-dvb] NetUP Dual DVB-T/C-CI RF PCI-E x1
cwattengard at gmail.com
Thu Sep 10 09:14:36 CEST 2009
This sounds promising. I hope you are not going to price yourselves
completely out as a few other DVB-C suppliers have done.
If the price is right (around the same as a normal DVB-T tuner ~$65),
it definitely sounds interesting.
When you say it supports two transponders, is this also true on DVB-C
only... As in DVB-C + DVB-C channel...
If this is the case then I only need 3 cards to cover all the
interesting channels in my cable network ;)
I CAN TIMESHIFT THE WORLD!!! MUHAHAHAhaha... *cough*
But seriously... This sounds very interesting.
Christian from Norway...
On Wed, Sep 9, 2009 at 4:51 PM, Abylai Ospan <aospan at netup.ru> wrote:
> We have designed NetUP Dual NetUP Dual DVB-T/C-CI RF PCI-E x1 card. A short
> description is available in wiki - http://linuxtv.org/wiki/index.php/NetUP_Dual_DVB_T_C_CI_RF
> * PCI-e x1
> * Supports two DVB-T/DVB-C transponders simultaneously
> * Supports two analog audio/video channels simultaneously
> * Independent descrambling of two transponders
> * Hardware PID filtering
> Now we have started the work on the driver for Linux. The following components used in this card already have their code for Linux published:
> * Conexant CX23885, CX25840
> * Xceive XC5000 silicon TV tuner
> We are working on the code for the following components:
> * STM STV0367 low-power and ultra-compact combo DVB-T/C single-chip receiver
> * Altera FPGA for Common Interafce.
> We have developed FPGA firmware for CI (according to PCMCIA/en50221). Also we are doing "hardware" PID filtering. It's fast and very flexible. JTAG is used for firmware uploading into FPGA -
> this part contains "JAM player" from Altera for processing JAM STAPL Byte-Code (.jbc files).
> The resulting code will be published under GPL after receiving permissions from IC vendors.
> Abylai Ospan <aospan at netup.ru>
> NetUP Inc.
> We will show this card at the upcoming IBC exhibition ( stand IP402 ).
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> For V4L/DVB development, please use instead linux-media at vger.kernel.org
> linux-dvb at linuxtv.org
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