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A [[DVB-T]] [[DVB-T USB Devices|USB 1.1 device]] from [[ADS Tech]].
'''[[ADS Tech]] Instant TV [[DVB-T]] [[USB]]''' is supported according to LinuxTV documentation.[http://linuxtv.org/hg/v4l-dvb/file/7c94495c8f8a/linux/Documentation/dvb/cards.txt]
 
   
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It is supported by LinuxTV.
According to ADS Tech this product has been discontinued.[http://adstech.com/products/PTV-333/intro/PTV-333_intro.asp?pid=PTV-333]
 
   
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==Overview==
The device is based on DiB3000M-B (DiBcom USB1.1).[http://linuxtv.org/wiki/index.php?title=DVB_USB&oldid=9948#DiBcom_USB1.1_DVB-T_devices_.28based_on_the_DiB3000M-B.29]
 
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The device is based on the DiB3000M-B (DiBcom USB1.1) reference design.
   
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According to ADS Tech this product has been discontinued.
Note that USB devices are not working stably in a long term usage setup (e.g. with VDR). All of them suffer from random disconnects after a few hours or days. Therefore for a long term usage setup, use a supported PCI card instead.[http://linuxtv.org/wiki/index.php?title=DVB_USB&oldid=9948#Word_of_Warning]
 
   
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It may or may not suffer from random disconnects that were affecting some similar USB devices (although, that problem has largely been corrected). See the mailing list for more details.
== See also ==
 
* [[DVB USB]]
 
   
== External links ==
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== External Links ==
* http://adstech.com/products/PTV-333/intro/PTV-333_intro.asp?pid=PTV-333
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* [http://adstech.com/products/PTV-333/intro/PTV-333_intro.asp?pid=PTV-333 ADS Tech product page]
   
 
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Revision as of 13:24, 20 October 2007

A DVB-T USB 1.1 device from ADS Tech.

It is supported by LinuxTV.

Overview

The device is based on the DiB3000M-B (DiBcom USB1.1) reference design.

According to ADS Tech this product has been discontinued.

It may or may not suffer from random disconnects that were affecting some similar USB devices (although, that problem has largely been corrected). See the mailing list for more details.

External Links