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[vdr] Re: Second nexus-S
At 18:59 06/05/2004 +0200, email@example.com wrote:
>> The problem is the same!; For this you would need to connect the output
>> QPSQ demodulator (in the frontend) to the output of the demodulator in the
>> other card, *after have put this outputs in high impedance*. As this isn't
>> supported by the standard hardware, you should install some TTL IC's in
>> cards, which isn't a task for anybody :-), without forget how control it
>> the standard hardware/drivers.
>I don't undersatand:
My previous comments are about the "dream" of share a CI_module between two
cards (one at least having a CI connector). I say "dream" as it need a
transformation of the cards, which isn't easy to do to someone not
>The Nova CI has its own ci in witch I can plug the viaccess cam.
The Nova_CI have a connector where you can connect a CI_module (wich AFAIK,
sold apart from the card). If you have two cards and each one have connected a
CI_Module, of course that you can use any CAM with any card.
>As you said that a twin head has two fully independent connections, it
>means that I plug each one in its particular card ?
>Is it correct ?
Yes. But with only this, you need to swap cables if you want to pick the other
To avoid confusions:
.- I talk of one twin_LNB as a "head" that allow the simultaneous use of two
receivers on the same satellite. Two twin_LNBs and two Diseqc switchs
allow two receivers to pick any of two satellites.
.- On the market there are "blocks" that allow the pick of two satellites
with one dish (ie, 19.2E and 13E). This blocks have an integrated Diseqc
switch, for use with a unique receiver; its are easy to install, but
to one dish and satellite pair; can cost more that two LNBs and one Diseq
.- Finally, maybe there are "twin two satellites blocks", but again I think
the cost will be more that the individual parts.
Roberto Deza Asensio
Universidad de Navarra
Data Processing Center
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