[linux-dvb] Pinnacle PCTV 801e SE?
devin.heitmueller at gmail.com
Mon Jun 30 07:44:56 CEST 2008
I actually spent most of today rebuilding my Win32 dev environment so
I can start getting some usb traces and work on it this week.
Certainly it makes sense to coordinate. I was going to start working
on the xc5000 integration. If you want to take a look at the S5H1411,
that would be great.
On Mon, Jun 30, 2008 at 1:27 AM, <hwertz at avalon.net> wrote:
> So, I got one of these Pinnacle PCTV 801e SE sticks. This is USB,
> receives NTSC+ATSC+QAM.
> First, two questions:
> 1)I want to know, is anyone working on a driver for this? I don't
> want to start if someone is like 99% finished.
> 2)Anyone working on a DVB-driver-friendly XC5000 code?
> Per a post from months ago (and I confirmed this by cracking mine
> open) it uses a DiB0700 USB bridge chip, XC5000 tuner, S5H1411 8VSB/QAM
> demodulator, CX25843 NTSC decoder, and Cirrus Logic 5340CZZ chip for
> something (original post speculated FM).
> Also, I've seen Jernej Tonejc's posts from May 3 where he's found i2c
> items at 0x19, 0x1a, 0x44 and 0x50. I know not to mess with 0x50, that's
> the EEPROM (based both on later post on that thread, and on looking
> through source and seeing 0x50 is pretty common for the ROM.)
> So, there's a DVB driver for DiB0700-based sticks. I see there's
> quite new code for S5H1411. I don't see XC5000 support for DVB drivers,
> but cx88 driver has XC5000 support and XC3028 support (and, the cx88 and
> DVB drivers both look pretty clean!) I was going to use DiB0700+XC3028 as
> a template to basically see what functions go where from the cx88 way of
> doing things, and then move XC5000 support straight over based on that.
> The CX2584x code I see in-tree looks like a mess so that'll wait for later
> (to be clear, I'm not disrespecting the CX2584x driver's code quality, the
> chip just appears to be one of those ones that needs quite a bit of
> hand-holding and general kicking to get things done... which I don't feel
> like unravelling and moving to DVB framework at the moment 8-)
> linux-dvb mailing list
> linux-dvb at linuxtv.org
Devin J. Heitmueller
More information about the linux-dvb