[linux-dvb] [PATCH] HD5000 Support

Taylor Jacob rtjacob at earthlink.net
Tue Sep 27 21:11:39 CEST 2005

Quoting Mac Michaels <wmichaels1 at earthlink.net>:
> This bit is related to the wiring. When the 0x40 bit is set
> it uses only 1 data line to transfer the data serially.
> Only one of the data lines needs to be connected for serial
> mode. When the bit is 0, 8 data lines are used to transfer
> the data in parallel. In order to use parallel transmission
> the receiving chip must also use parallel mode and have all
> 8 data lines connected.
> If the transmission is actually parallel then the correct
> value is 0x00.

I will check with BBTI on how this is wired up. Like i said 0x40 didn't work for
me, but 0x04 did.. I don't know for sure if I tried 0x00..

> > - The frontend reset delay added to flexcop.c was reduced
> > from 100 or 200ms to a reasonable 1ms which gives
> > adequate time for the 3303 to reset..
> Good!

The original time came out of a few days of frustration trying to make it work
not a datasheet value.. :)

> > I have also put together a few liner patch to make the
> > older version of the DVICO FusionHDTV Gold3 work.. I have
> > one that has a LGDT3302 and has a card id of 18ac:d800
> > instead of 18ac:d820
> > (CX88_BOARD_DVICO_FUSIONHDTV_3_GOLD_T), but appears to be
> > the same.. I will validate this and post this
> > seperately..
> Does this card support QAM? They once made a card that does
> not support QAM. I think the name was just "DViCO
> FusionHDTV 3".

I will check what the card itself says when I get home.. I am pretty sure it
says Gold3, but might just be on the box I was sent the card in.. (I was sent
it by a friend so its possible it was thrown in the wrong box when it was sent
to me)..


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