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A germany based [[DVB Card Vendor]].
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A germany based [[DVB receiver vendors|DVB receiver vendor]].
   
 
Despite their Mainframes, Ovens and Refrigerators they also built one of the first PCI DVB cards, the Fujitsu-Siemens [[DVB-C]] card which has been the mother of many later designs e.g. by [[Technotrend]]. This card contains an onboard [[MPEG2 Decoder]], is able to receive both [[Analog TV]] and [[Digital TV]] transmissions and contains a [[Common Interface]] and is based on the [[Philips SAA7146]] and the [[VES1820]].
 
Despite their Mainframes, Ovens and Refrigerators they also built one of the first PCI DVB cards, the Fujitsu-Siemens [[DVB-C]] card which has been the mother of many later designs e.g. by [[Technotrend]]. This card contains an onboard [[MPEG2 Decoder]], is able to receive both [[Analog TV]] and [[Digital TV]] transmissions and contains a [[Common Interface]] and is based on the [[Philips SAA7146]] and the [[VES1820]].

Revision as of 16:31, 17 June 2007

A germany based DVB receiver vendor.

Despite their Mainframes, Ovens and Refrigerators they also built one of the first PCI DVB cards, the Fujitsu-Siemens DVB-C card which has been the mother of many later designs e.g. by Technotrend. This card contains an onboard MPEG2 Decoder, is able to receive both Analog TV and Digital TV transmissions and contains a Common Interface and is based on the Philips SAA7146 and the VES1820.

Linux support exists since quite a long time. For a list of known issues follow Philips SAA7146 and VES1820 link.


DVB Devices sold by Fujitsu-Siemens
Device Description
Activy DVB-S Budget DVB-S Budget PCI card
DVB-S Rev 1.3 DVB-S full-featured PCI card

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