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Revision as of 19:08, 2 July 2007

On this page you will find information regarding ATSC PCIe and PCIe Mini Cards.

ATSC PCIe Cards

Supported ATSC PCIe Cards

There are currently no supported ATSC PCIe cards; none of the PCIe interface chipsets upon which these cards are based have had Linux drivers developed as of yet (soon to change though!).

Currently Unsupported ATSC PCIe Cards


ATSC PCIe Mini Cards

There are currently no ATSC Mini Cards. With the increasing adoption of PCIe, and in particluar within laptop and small form factor systems, we can expect such cards to materialize in the future.


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