[linux-dvb] New DViCO PCI-Express card.

Michael Krufky mkrufky at linuxtv.org
Mon Aug 6 16:55:00 CEST 2007


Steven Toth wrote:
> Michael Krufky wrote:
>> Steven Toth wrote:
>>  
>>> Shannon Wynter wrote:
>>>    
>>>> G'day all.
>>>>
>>>> What do you think my chances of getting the FusionHDTV DVB-T Dual
>>>> Express working?
>>>>
>>>>         
>>> Do you know which demodulators they're using? If we already have
>>> demodulator drivers then getting some basic support for the board
>>> into linux would only take a few days, based on the cx23885/7 tree
>>> I'm working on.
>>>
>>>    
>>>> http://www.fusionhdtv.co.kr/ENG/products/DVBTDualExpress.aspx
>>>>
>>>> It would appear they may have left their 'usb' adoptions behind
>>>>
>>>>         
>>> Hmm.
>>>    
>>>> Main chipset: CX23885
>>>> Tuner: Xceive
>>>>
>>>>         
>>> Probably the xc3028, for all sorts of reasons.
>>>     
>>
>> I think it's the xc3008.  I have this information at home, and can
>> get back with
>> it shortly.
>>
>>  
>>>> I noticed someone asked about existing Xceive work - I wonder how
>>>> far he has gotten.
>>>>         
>>> Ignoring the tuner rework that's happening for userspace and/or
>>> simple-tuner, the xc3028 DVB-T driver was known to be working months
>>> ago with a USB2 based device.
>>>     
>>
>> If anybody's interested, I've already added support for the
>> FusionHDTV5 Express,
>> using LGH064F and the cx23885 bridge.  There are a few bugs that have
>> prevented
>> me from merging that patch into the public cx23885 tree, but they
>> should be
>> resolved shortly.  The tuner refactoring has taken most of my
>> attention as of
>> late, but that will be history soon. :-)
>>
>>   
> Yummy, very good to know.
>
> LGH064F
>
>
> I take it this is the demod. Is a datasheet available for that?
FYI, I'm talking about a different device now... this is the ATSC card. 
I have the datasheet, but it's not publicly available.

LGH06xF NIM family has the LG DT3303 bundled inside, with a TUA6034 pll
and TDA9887 IF demod.  This is already fully supported by linux-dvb AND
video4linux, found in such devices as:

FusionHDTV 5 Gold  (also RT Gold)
FusionHDTV 5 Lite
FusionHDTV 5 USB Gold
AirStar HD5000
pcHDTV HD5500

...among some other, out of tree devices, such as the Autumnwave / OnAir
Creator, and the OnAir GT.


Cheers,

Mike




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