[linux-dvb] afatech af9005
malcolm.caldwell at cdu.edu.au
Fri Aug 25 05:35:34 CEST 2006
Has anyone had any luck with this device?
Has anyone tried to approach the manufacturer? They seem to have a
website at http://www.afatech.com.tw/e_home.htm
On the page at http://www.afatech.com.tw/product/e_product.htm they show
their dvb-t chips, and state that there a datasheet.
I don't mind asking, but thought I should ask if anyone has tried this
On Tue, 2006-05-02 at 21:16 +0200, Gunther Mayer wrote:
> steve lynch wrote:
> > Dear All,
> > I have an unbranded USB DVB stick that works fine with the provided
> > software under windows.
> > I wanted to use it to move my Mythtv box from the analogue into the
> > digital era. Trouble is the device is unrecognised. Surprise surprise.
> > Physically it looks identical to the Yakumo stick but has an unknown
> > USB VID/PID the only reported branding is from lsusb which reports the
> > vendor name as "Afatech" ('lsusb' below)
> > Has anyone seen this device? If not would anyone care to rate my
> > chance of success (panic free device driver) simply by doing an
> > initial rebuild of dtt200 module with my cards VID/PID in it?
> > - steve
> > Bus 001 Device 002: ID 15a4:9020
> > Device Descriptor:
> > bLength 18
> > bDescriptorType 1
> > bcdUSB 1.10
> > bDeviceClass 255 Vendor Specific Class
> > bDeviceSubClass 255 Vendor Specific Subclass
> > bDeviceProtocol 255 Vendor Specific Protocol
> > bMaxPacketSize0 16
> > idVendor 0x15a4
> > idProduct 0x9020
> > bcdDevice 1.00
> > iManufacturer 1 Afatech
> > iProduct 2 DVBT
> This is the only device yet with Afatech 9005 (see www.bttv-gallery.de)
> This is not supported yet.
> You can ask the vendor if he releases the required information or will
> an open source driver
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