[linux-dvb] Anysee E30 USB2 DVB-T support?

Patrick Boettcher patrick.boettcher at desy.de
Tue Aug 16 22:39:52 CEST 2005


Hi,

On Tue, 16 Aug 2005 Pekka.Panula at sofor.fi wrote:
> Well, it's http://www.anysee.com/, it's an Korean manufacturer.

Nice, my first attempt with google didn't reveal anything.

>> Can have a look on the Windows driver CD for the driver's .inf-files? 
>> Can you please post them or put them online and send the URL?
>
> http://anysee.com/eng/download/01udk2050t.php), drivers only take about 45
> kB zipped.

OK. No firmware is necessary.

> Okay, i did that, you can download this, about 50 megs zipped file, from 
> http://www.lapua.net/usbsnoop.zip. I started Anysee viewer and did scan 
> channels and then quited program.

A first look into the usblog turned out, that this is a new device-type 
which is not covered by any usb-driver in dvb-kernel, yet. I.e. it uses 
different usb-communication bytes than other devices. So another driver 
needs to be written.

Additionally I found out, that it uses an mt352-demod (driver exists) and 
the pll is connected to i2c-port of the mt352 on 0x60.

The best thing would to get some information from the vendor. If you are 
patient, go ahead and ask them if they could provide information to write 
an OpenSource-Driver (you'll get support for that here, as far as I can 
see from here, the driver will fit perfectly into the dvb-usb-framework). 
If you want to you can CC me when writing such an Email.

Of course it would also be possible to reverse-engineer the beast, but 
first try get information from the vendor, maybe they are willing to help.

> Well, i do not have any camera available just now, but i see if i can open
> it and try to see what's inside.

Yeah, it would be nice to know the label of the tuner in case the vendor 
doesn't want to reveal anything.

best regards,
Patrick.

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