Tuners: Supported Tuners
List of v4l tuners
For a full list of v4l supported tuners, see the CVS of the kernel documentation at Documentation/video4linux/CARDLIST.tuner
If your tuner is not detected correctly (you get a black screen, let's say), try inserting the v4l kernel driver with a tuner parameter, for instance:
modprobe bttv tuner=41
This can also be added to the list of modules loaded on boot, sometimes /etc/modules:
saa7134 card=2 tuner=17 oss=1
It's generally preferable to place comments on an individual card's tuner quirks in the card's own page, but cross-card tuner-specific information can usefully go here.
TCL tuners are manufactured in Huizhou in China. The English pages don't respond, but see the product list in Chinese.
The TCL2002MB-3 was first discovered on saa7134 cards and recently on cx88 Hauppauge WinTV GO2 models. All use tuner=37 with LG API, and so does TCL2002MI-3 (PAL-I/DK) (cf. discussion on spinics.net)
The F variants with radio use the older Philips API, for example tuner=5. The TCL2002MB-1 is supposed to be PAL-BG/DK capable. Don't know if the -3 could indicate any change here, but would not ecpect it, since we have recently also seen the TCL2002MI-3 on a cx88 Hauppauge (cf. discussion on spinics.net).
On the other hand the above site shows that we have to be aware of NTSC tuners with tda9885 and also tda9887 with radio like the MFMN05-4 and the full MultiEurope MFPE05-2 (some mismatches on the site).
The WinTV-Express card is a European or UK model, but the Hauppauge WinTV Go Plus looks very much like a PAL-B/G Express 44804 REV D148. Just like this cards, WinTV Express cards in Europe may all be MONO. No MSP34xx...
A new Hauppauge WinTV PCI-FM card is here (pci_ids: 14f1:8800, 14f1:8811), using the TCL MFPE05-02 PAL (DK BG I) FM tuner. It just implements mk3 API, you can use philips 1216me mk3 (tuner=38) instead.
We extremely need info about such tuner. This link: http://www.kaiser-linux.li/index.php/Linux_and_TV, gives some information ... we definitely need the reference driver from Xceive - a data sheet is not enough.