DVB-T PCMCIA Cards

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Plain Digital have long promised one of these. Apparently they did a development run of a few hundred but have now sold out and while they are open to expressions of interest they do not seem to be about to start mass production any time soon.


Manufacturer /

Model number /

Price

supports Tuner / Chips Connectors Others Pictures
AVerMedia

AVerTV Hybrid+FM Cardbus (E506R) [1]

ca. 90 Euro

not yet?
analog works

For experimental support, see here, and maybe here.

AVerMedia also provides beta Linux drivers for this device; see here.

  • Antenna in (SMB)
  • Composite in
  • S-Video in
  • Audio L/R in
  • FM Radio in
comes with a passive antenna, radio antenna and IR remote
Digitalbox

Viola DIGITELMO 1 [2]

ca. 50 Euro

in progress[3] (balutv_cs)
  • Philips TDA8274
  • Philips TDA10046
  • Antenna in (SMB)
[4]
Lifeview

FlyDVB-T Duo CardBus

not yet?
S-Video Composite input works
  • analog TV Antenna
  • digital TV Antenna
  • S-Video In
  • Composite In
  • Audio L/R In
Satelco

EasyWatch MobilSet [5]

ca. 100 EURO, cca 4000 Kc s DPH (czech currency)

yes (pluto2 driver)
  • LG Innotek TDTE-E001P (Infineon TUA6034)
  • Philips TDA10046
  • Antenna in
comes with an Antenna of Kathrein [6]
TechniSat

ModiTel 1 [7]

ca. 70 Euro

in progress (balutv_cs)
  • Philips TDA8274
  • Philips TDA10046
  • Antenna in (SMB)
Comes with a passive antenna. Tuner is too weak, you need at least 75dB (40 dB is normal). Bar antenna is not enough, roof antenna is required. [8]