Difference between revisions of "Satelco EasyWatch PCI (DVB-C)"

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A [[DVB-C]] [[DVB-C PCI Cards|PCI card]] by [[Satelco]].
 
A [[DVB-C]] [[DVB-C PCI Cards|PCI card]] by [[Satelco]].
   
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It is supported by LinuxTV.
   
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==Overview==
Worked out-of-the-box in KnoppMyth[http://www.knoppmyth.net/knoppmyth.html] R5F27[ftp://ftp.knoppmyth.net/R5] for me... no strange things, no drivers, patches or whatsoever needed...
 
 
This card supports DVB-C reception. Works super fine on the Belgian Integan "In.Di" digital TV network, which doesn't need any smartcard or anything else... (for the FTA channels on the cable).
 
 
 
It comes up in ''lspci'' as
 
It comes up in ''lspci'' as
   
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DVB: registering new adapter (Satelco EasyWatch DVB-C MK3)
 
DVB: registering new adapter (Satelco EasyWatch DVB-C MK3)
 
DVB: registering frontend 0 (Philips TDA10023 DVB-C)...
 
DVB: registering frontend 0 (Philips TDA10023 DVB-C)...
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==User Experience==
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Works out-of-the-box in [http://www.knoppmyth.net/knoppmyth.html KnoppMyth] [ftp://ftp.knoppmyth.net/R5 R5F27]... no drivers, patches or whatsoever needed...Works super fine on the Belgian Integan "In.Di" digital TV network, which doesn't need any smartcard or anything else... (for the FTA channels on the cable).
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==External Links==
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* [http://www.satelco.de/htm/shop/easywatch_pci/index.htm Satelco product page]

Revision as of 14:04, 22 November 2007

A DVB-C PCI card by Satelco.

It is supported by LinuxTV.

Overview

It comes up in lspci as

01:09.0 Multimedia controller: Philips Semiconductors SAA7146 (rev 01)

dmesg shows this info:

DVB: registering new adapter (Satelco EasyWatch DVB-C MK3) DVB: registering frontend 0 (Philips TDA10023 DVB-C)...


User Experience

Works out-of-the-box in KnoppMyth R5F27... no drivers, patches or whatsoever needed...Works super fine on the Belgian Integan "In.Di" digital TV network, which doesn't need any smartcard or anything else... (for the FTA channels on the cable).


External Links