USB interface chipsets

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In relation to V4L-DVB devices, an USB interface chipset is a bridge between the device's receiver (in the case of TV tuner devices) and A/V inputs (in the case of some devices) and the host computer's USB channel. Some examples of USB interface chipsets that are used in V4L-DVB USB devices include:

USB interface Chipsets
Vendor Chipset A/V decoder DVB support Associated
Kernel Modules
Afatech AF9005 No Yes
Afatech AF9015 No Yes
Cypress EZ-USB FX No Yes
Cypress EZ-USB FX1 No Yes
Cypress EZ-USB FX2 No Yes
Empia Em28xx
Trident TM6000 Yes Yes tm6000.ko
Realtek RTL2831U No Yes