[linux-dvb] Vivanco 21056/LR306 a.k.a. MSI DVB at Anywhere a.k.a LifeView Hybrid doesn't scan
hermann-pitton at arcor.de
Fri Jun 22 00:43:44 CEST 2007
Am Freitag, den 22.06.2007, 00:31 +0200 schrieb Hartmut Hackmann:
> HI, Werner
> Werner Braun schrieb:
> > Am Dienstag, 19. Juni 2007 10:09:26 schrieb Peter D.:
> >> On Tuesday 19 June 2007 10:01, Werner Braun wrote:
> >> [snip]
> >>> In DVB-T, I haven't been
> >>> able to tune in into all stations (e.g. RTL, ZDF), but this might be an
> >>> antenna issue.
> >> It could also be a configuration problem. If, for example, the station
> >> changes its guard interval the TV at nywhere A/D is not smart enough to
> >> sort it out.
> > Peter,
> > no, it was just the antenna actually. I've only got the tiny passive stick
> > from out of the box. I put it a bit further up on the roof, and it worked.
> > Hartmut, can you figure any further parameters I might fiddle with to get the
> > analog working?
> > The both parameters you gave me didn't show any difference. Neither analog nor
> > digital.
> > The card in this thread (msi at anywhere a/d) looks exactly like mine:
> > http://www.linuxtv.org/pipermail/linux-dvb/2006-September/012646.html
> > Werner
> Sorry its late.
> I am a bit confused: Is analog (via Tuner) partly working or not at all?
> I can try to retrieve the baseband input configuration from the eeprom
> I had a glance at the pictures you sent me.
> Looks like the card supports FM radio - did you try it?
> There is a chip between antenna input and the tuner chip (TDA8275A)
> Can you find out its type? It is a unusual package for RF, can you see
> whether there are traces going to the sucket or to the tuner?
that should be the same RF input switcher we have on the Asus stuff and
on the LifeView Trio. It is already addressed in analog mode for radio
versus TV, but gpio21 usage can be reversed depending on the
manufacturer. On the gpio22 in the comments I have some doubts.
Seems not to be in the eeprom?
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