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(Currently known DVB-S2 Devices ... to be added to categories above)
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*[[DVB-S2 PCIe Cards]]
 
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*[[DVB-S2 USB Devices]] (Pensticks, Boxes, etc)  
 
*[[DVB-S2 USB Devices]] (Pensticks, Boxes, etc)  
*[[DVB-S2 IEEE1394 Devices|DVB-S IEEE1394 / Firewire / iLink Boxes]]
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*[[DVB-S2 IEEE1394 Devices|DVB-S2 IEEE1394 / Firewire / iLink Boxes]]
*[[DVB-S2 PCMCIA Cards|DVB-S PCMCIA Cards]] (PC Card/CardBus, ExpressCard)
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*[[DVB-S2 PCMCIA Cards|DVB-S2 PCMCIA Cards]] (PC Card/CardBus, ExpressCard)
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*[[DVB-S2 Networked Devices]] (TBS MOI, etc.)
  
[[Category:DVB-S2|!DVB-S2 devices]]
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The currently released Linux DVB API does not support DVB-S2 so work is in progress to expand it to allow this. A number of DVB-S2 cards already have working (experimental) support. One proposal for the new API is known as [[Multiproto]].
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Linux DVB API version 5 (also known as [[S2API]]) was released in kernel version 2.6.28 and
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supports DVB-S2. A number of DVB-S2 cards are supported under Linux and a number of others have
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experimental support.

Revision as of 20:33, 10 February 2013


Note: The info below will be moved to more appropriate place soon.

Currently known DVB-S2 Devices ... to be added to categories above

Genpix 8PSK module Broadcom 4500 (USB) Couldn't see any S2 specifics in this one, No DVB-S2 framing ... the genpix 8PSK module can be purchased, and they have a driver too (similar one to the dst module) ... there are patches floating around.


Linux DVB API version 5 (also known as S2API) was released in kernel version 2.6.28 and supports DVB-S2. A number of DVB-S2 cards are supported under Linux and a number of others have experimental support.