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A dual-tuner DVB-T PCIe card sold by TerraTec. This card is not currently supported by LinuxTV drivers.
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A dual-tuner DVB-T PCIe card sold by TerraTec. This card appears to be supported from kernel 3.3 by LinuxTV drivers (not confirmed).
==Overview/Features==
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== Overview/Features ==
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This is technically a very interesting card. The hardware is as follows:
 
This is technically a very interesting card. The hardware is as follows:
  
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* Demodulators #2: drx-3913k DVB-T/DVB-C
 
* Demodulators #2: drx-3913k DVB-T/DVB-C
 
* PCI Express x1 Bridge: Conexant cx23885
 
* PCI Express x1 Bridge: Conexant cx23885
==Support==
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This card is supported from kernel version 3.3. The microtune tuner was merged in kernel version 3.3.
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== Support ==
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This card is supported from kernel version 3.3 (?). The microtune tuner was merged in kernel version 3.3 (see [http://lwn.net/Articles/474793/ first submission]).
  
 
The first frontend supports only DVB-T, but support for analogue TV is planned for kernel 3.4 or 3.5. The second frontend supports both DVB-T and DVB-C in a multifrontend device (spec's DVB v5 API).
 
The first frontend supports only DVB-T, but support for analogue TV is planned for kernel 3.4 or 3.5. The second frontend supports both DVB-T and DVB-C in a multifrontend device (spec's DVB v5 API).

Revision as of 00:12, 26 February 2012

A dual-tuner DVB-T PCIe card sold by TerraTec. This card appears to be supported from kernel 3.3 by LinuxTV drivers (not confirmed).

Overview/Features

This is technically a very interesting card. The hardware is as follows:

  • Tuner #1: microtune mt2063
  • Demodulators #1: drx-3916k DVB-T/Analoge TV
  • Tuner #2: microtune mt2063
  • Demodulators #2: drx-3913k DVB-T/DVB-C
  • PCI Express x1 Bridge: Conexant cx23885

Support

This card is supported from kernel version 3.3 (?). The microtune tuner was merged in kernel version 3.3 (see first submission).

The first frontend supports only DVB-T, but support for analogue TV is planned for kernel 3.4 or 3.5. The second frontend supports both DVB-T and DVB-C in a multifrontend device (spec's DVB v5 API).