[vdr] Fw: ANYONE?? 682Mhz problem with TT-1501 driver inv4l-dvb

Simon Baxter linuxtv at nzbaxters.com
Wed Jul 23 21:38:56 CEST 2008


 Can anyone help, or point me in the right direction?

>> Can anyone help?
>>
>> I have patched the v4l-dvb driver with Sigmund Augdal's changes to 
>> support a new TT
>> C-1501.  I can't get channels to work on all but one frequency - 682Mhz.
>> Frequencies which work:  578, 586, 594, 602, 610, 626, 634, 642, 666, 674
>> Mhz.
>>
>> I have some channels at 674Mhz and at 682Mhz.  My initial is:
>> # Initial Testing
>> # freq sr fec mod
>> # freq sr fec mod
>> C 674000000 6900000 AUTO QAM64
>> C 682000000 6900000 AUTO QAM64
>>
>>
>> Scanning gives me:
>> ./scan -A 2 test_initial
>> initial transponder 674000000 6900000 9 3
>> initial transponder 682000000 6900000 9 3
>>>>> tune to: 674000000:INVERSION_AUTO:6900000:FEC_AUTO:QAM_64
>> 0x0000 0x0321: pmt_pid 0x0029 T -- Sky Movies (running, scrambled)
>> 0x0000 0x0322: pmt_pid 0x002a T -- Sky Movies Greats (running, scrambled)
>> 0x0000 0x0323: pmt_pid 0x002b T -- Trackside (running, scrambled)
>>>>> tune to: 682000000:INVERSION_AUTO:6900000:FEC_AUTO:QAM_64
>> WARNING: filter timeout pid 0x0011
>> WARNING: filter timeout pid 0x0030
>> WARNING: filter timeout pid 0x002d
>> WARNING: filter timeout pid 0x0029
>> WARNING: filter timeout pid 0x002f
>> WARNING: filter timeout pid 0x002a
>>
>> -------------->>  What does this pid timeout mean??
>>
>>
>>
>> I end up with channels:
>>
>> Living
>> Channel:674000000:INVERSION_AUTO:6900000:FEC_AUTO:QAM_64:1309:1409:809
>> UKTV:674000000:INVERSION_AUTO:6900000:FEC_AUTO:QAM_64:1310:1410:810
>> The Cheese:674000000:INVERSION_AUTO:6900000:FEC_AUTO:QAM_64:0:1420:820
>> [0385]:682000000:INVERSION_AUTO:6900000:FEC_AUTO:QAM_64:0:0:901
>> [0386]:682000000:INVERSION_AUTO:6900000:FEC_AUTO:QAM_64:0:0:902
>> [0387]:682000000:INVERSION_AUTO:6900000:FEC_AUTO:QAM_64:1303:1403:903
>> [0388]:682000000:INVERSION_AUTO:6900000:FEC_AUTO:QAM_64:0:0:904
>> [0389]:682000000:INVERSION_AUTO:6900000:FEC_AUTO:QAM_64:0:0:905
>>
>>
>> -------------->>  Has picked up the pids, but missing information??
>>
>>
>>
>> When I try and czap them, I get:
>>
>> [root at freddy scan]# czap -c ~/.channels.conf.tmp TV3
>> using '/dev/dvb/adapter0/frontend0' and '/dev/dvb/adapter0/demux0'
>> reading channels from file '/root/.channels.conf.tmp'
>>  2 TV3:578000000:INVERSION_AUTO:6900000:FEC_AUTO:QAM_64:1303:1403:1003
>>  2 TV3: f 578000000, s 6900000, i 2, fec 9, qam 3, v 0x517, a 0x57b
>> status 00 | signal 9090 | snr b9b9 | ber 000fffff | unc 00000032 |
>> status 1f | signal e1e1 | snr f2f2 | ber 000005e8 | unc 000001ec |
>> FE_HAS_LOCK
>> status 1f | signal e1e1 | snr f2f2 | ber 00000000 | unc 00000000 |
>> FE_HAS_LOCK
>> status 1f | signal e1e1 | snr f2f2 | ber 00000000 | unc 00000000 |
>> FE_HAS_LOCK
>> status 1f | signal e1e1 | snr f3f3 | ber 00000000 | unc 00000000 |
>> FE_HAS_LOCK
>> status 1f | signal e1e1 | snr f2f2 | ber 00000000 | unc 00000000 |
>> FE_HAS_LOCK
>>
>>
>> but with 682Mhz, I get a lock but loads of errors:
>>
>> [root at freddy scan]# czap -c ~/.channels.conf.tmp [0385]
>> using '/dev/dvb/adapter0/frontend0' and '/dev/dvb/adapter0/demux0'
>> reading channels from file '/root/.channels.conf.tmp'
>>  1 [0385]:682000000:INVERSION_AUTO:6900000:FEC_AUTO:QAM_64:0:0:901
>>  1 [0385]: f 682000000, s 6900000, i 2, fec 9, qam 3, v 0, a 0
>> status 03 | signal 8f8f | snr b9b9 | ber 000fffff | unc 00000032 |
>> status 1f | signal cfcf | snr dcdc | ber 000005e8 | unc 000061a7 |
>> FE_HAS_LOCK
>> status 1f | signal cfcf | snr dcdc | ber 000005e8 | unc 000061e8 |
>> FE_HAS_LOCK
>> status 1f | signal cfcf | snr dede | ber 000006c0 | unc 00006234 |
>> FE_HAS_LOCK
>> status 1f | signal cfcf | snr e0e0 | ber 000006a9 | unc 0000627f |
>> FE_HAS_LOCK
>> status 1f | signal cfcf | snr dbdb | ber 000006a5 | unc 000062b6 |
>> FE_HAS_LOCK
>>
>>
>>
>> Any ideas???




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