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Once the card decodes the analog broadcast signal, the result is a MPEG-2 transport stream in all 3 cases. So ''in theory'' software should not be able to tell the difference between them; the same software should work for all of them. But this is speculation right now ...
 
Once the card decodes the analog broadcast signal, the result is a MPEG-2 transport stream in all 3 cases. So ''in theory'' software should not be able to tell the difference between them; the same software should work for all of them. But this is speculation right now ...
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DViCO video cards include:
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* DViCO FusionHDTV II (still a [[DVB cards requiring definition]])
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* DVICO FusionHDTV DVB-T1, DVICO FusionHDTV DVB-T Lite: [[Supported DVB cards]]
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* DVICO FusionHDTV DVB-S (see [[PCI devices DVB-S]])
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* DViCO FusionHDTV USB (see [[DVB_USB#DViCO_FusionHDTV_USB]])
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* DViCO FusionHDTV 3 GOLD-Q, DViCO FusionHDTV 3 GOLD-T, DViCO FusionHDTV 5 GOLD, DViCO FusionHDTV 5 LITE, DViCO FusionHDTV 5 USB GOLD  (see [[ATSC cards]])
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== Links ==
 
== Links ==

Revision as of 00:34, 21 November 2006

DViCO produces DVB-T, DVB-S (mostly sold in Australia), and ATSC cards (mostly sold in the US and Korea).

The ATSC frontend of the DViCO cards has been tested with 8-VSB (OTA) and QAM-256 (Cable) in the US. Source code is in video4linux + dvb-kernel CVS and kernel sources 2.6.13 and later for Gold, 2.6.15 and later for Lite.

Once the card decodes the analog broadcast signal, the result is a MPEG-2 transport stream in all 3 cases. So in theory software should not be able to tell the difference between them; the same software should work for all of them. But this is speculation right now ...

DViCO video cards include:


Links