[linux-dvb] voltage control for DVB-T and DiSEqC switches
kenneth at linuxtv.org
Sat Jul 23 22:57:27 CEST 2005
lørdag 23. juli 2005, 02:16, skrev Andreas Oberritter:
> Hi Kenneth,
> On Fri, 2005-07-22 at 22:10 +0200, Kenneth Aafløy wrote:
> > fredag 22. juli 2005, 22:04, skrev Andreas Oberritter:
> > > I want to change frontend.h in a source and binary compatible way to
> > > allow setting 5V (for active DVB-T antennas) and 12V (for DiSEqC
> > > switches which don't need 13V or 18V to switch polarization).
> > + SEC_VOLTAGE_OFF, /* 0V DVB-S / -T standby / passive antenna */
> > Please refrase!
> like that?
> /* 0V DVB-S, DVB-T standby or passive antenna */
> Please make a suggestion otherwise.
IMHO, that is not refrasing: "DVB-S/T standby or off"
> > > - "SEC" has nothing to do with DVB-T
> > SEC is just hanging around from the nokia api anyways, right?
> Well, it makes sense as long as the enum is used only for satellite
> receivers. It probably means "Satellite Equipment Control".
See, but Dominiks idea sound sane except from the namespace issue:
DVB_/FE_ VOLTAGE, FE_ seems most geared against the current api!
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