[vdr] adjust range of snr bar at bottom of vdr screen?

Antti Hartikainen ami+vdr at ah.fi
Sun Dec 30 13:28:33 CET 2012


On Sun, Dec 30, 2012 at 10:41:48AM +0100, Klaus Schmidinger wrote:
> On 30.12.2012 10:15, cedric.dewijs at telfort.nl wrote:
> >
> >> Please send me a proper patch if you have any success with this.
> >>
> >> Klaus
> >>
> > Hi Klaus,
> >
> > I have not yet tested this, but the below code should work. I assume the
> > receiver has a snr of 0x0000 to 0x00ff based on the following datapoints:
> > 0x0080 almost never lock, unwatchable
> > 0x0090 almost always lock, lots of disturbances
> > 0x00A0 always lock, almost never disturbances
> > 0x00D0 best signal ever received.
> >
> > $ lsusb
> > Bus 001 Device 004: ID 2013:0245 PCTV Systems PCTV 73ESE
> >
> > uint16_t MaxSnr = 0xFFFF; // Let's assume the default is using the entire
> > range.
> > // Use the subsystemId to identify individual devices in case they need
> > // special treatment to map their Snr value into the range 0...0xFFFF.
> > switch (subsystemId) {
> > 	case 0x13C21019: MaxSnr = 200; break; // TT-budget S2-3200 (DVB-S/DVB-S2)
> > 	case 0x20130245: MaxSnr = 0x00ff; break; //PCTV Systems PCTV 73ESE
> >         }
> >         int a = int(Snr) * 100 / MaxSnr;
> >         int b = 100 - (Unc * 10 + (Ber / 256) * 5);
> >
> > Sorry for not sending a proper patch as requested, I have not yet found the
> > time to test it properly.
> 
> No problem, I can easily insert this one-liner ;-).
> 
> Are you sure about the "subsystemId"? IIRC somebody claimed that these don't
> apply to USB devices (which yours apparently is, since you did an "lsusb").
> Just wondering...
> 
> Klaus

Same maximum seems to be valid also for ID 2013:024f (PCTV Systems nanoStick T2 290e) also. Atleast I've never seen anything higher than 0x00F0. It is also USB 
device though.



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