[linux-dvb] TS interface card (PCI)

Philip Prindeville philipp_subx at redfish-solutions.com
Mon Jan 22 20:33:45 CET 2007


Mattias Bergsten wrote:

>Philip Prindeville wrote:
>  
>
>>Does anyone know of any off-the-shelf Transport Stream Interface
>>cards for PCI that are supported under Linux?  I need to roll-my-own
>>video server to record a TS stream directly off a commercial
>>C-band rack-mount receiver at our local PBS station.
>>    
>>
>
>Depending on what format your receiver outputs, DVEO has a bunch of ASI
>cards that should work well under Linux at
><http://computermodules.com/broadcast/dvb-asi-pci.shtml>. There's also
>DekTec <http://www.dektec.com/> and Alitronika
><http://www.alitronika.com/pci_products.htm>, the latter having various
>interfaces.
>
>/fnord
>  
>


And these are all supported with the videodev kernel API?

There are working drivers for these?  The drivers are in the
kernel already, or are the drivers typically vendor-provided?

And what chipset do these all use?

Thanks,

-Philip








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