User:CityK

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This is my sandbox. Being a sandbox, everything you see here is a work in progress.


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User Info icon.png User Info Page:

Start icon.png Getting Started:


Utilities icon.png Utilities:

  • Tools for testing tuning
  • Tools for showing Videotext/Teletext * Text capture (Teletext/Closed Captioning)

Software viewing apps icon.png Software Applications:



Misc Info & ideas for me:

Icons wanted:

  • need to find or create a chain link icon for "links"
  • * terrestrial broadcast tower
  • sat dish
  • * pcmcia
  • pci
  • pcie
  • firewire


Colours

  • v4l --> style="background-color:#006600;
  • DVB --> style="background-color:#6289AB;


Stupid templates
The "click" way:

Template:Click User info
How to install your hardware, and software to use it with
Template:Click Hardware & Components
Information on Hardware devices and related components
Template:Click Technical Background
Technical details, standards, etc
Template:Click Developer Section
Information to help device driver development

The "Extention:ImageMap" way:

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User info
How to install your hardware, and software to use it with
<imagemap>Image:Hardware_icon.png|48x48px

rect 0 0 50 50 Hardware & Components desc none</imagemap>

Hardware & Components
Information on Hardware devices and related components
<imagemap>Image:Technical_background_icon.png|48x48px

rect 0 0 50 50 Technical Background & Developer Page desc none</imagemap>

Technical Background
Technical details, standards, etc
<imagemap>Image:Developer_icon.png|48x48px

rect 0 0 50 50 Technical Background & Developer Page desc none</imagemap>

Developer Section
Information to help device driver development

Works: Archived

Doesn't work:
Note: Archived
... stupid wiki.

also see http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Plainlinks



Just toying -- going to try to setup a table for the chipsets using templates such that, with using logic to define relevant fields, we have all the data contained in one spot (I guess much like Henrik was doing with the DVB-T USB stuff), but can then parse the info for display in relevant articles, such that there isn't duplication. Present duplication example:

A Sortable List of Chipsets
Vendor Chipset Tuner Analog
Demodulator
Digital
Demodulator
Standard Modulation
Schemes
A/V
decoder
MPEG
encoder
MPEG
decoder
Interface
chipset
Bridge
Type
DVB
support
Linux
Support
Associated
Kernel Modules
Firmware Comments
Afatech AF9005 No No Yes DVB-T COFDM No No No Yes USB Yes Yes  ? Yes
  • A combo USB bridge & demod IC



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