Re: Re: Leadtek Winfast TV2100
- Date: Sat, 28 Nov 2009 04:09:28 +0100
- From: hermann pitton <hermann-pitton@xxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: Re: Leadtek Winfast TV2100
Hi Terry Wu,
Am Donnerstag, den 26.11.2009, 10:33 +0800 schrieb Terry Wu:
> Here are the subsystem IDs for different TV2100 models:
> Subsystem ID:0x6f30107d, TVF8533-BDF (PAL BG/DK)
> Subsystem ID:0x6f32107d, TVF5533-MF (NTSC)
> Subsystem ID:0x6f3a107d, TVF88T5-B/DFF (PAL BG/DK, FM)
better is to become active on it.
we can most likely help about how to match such tuners fine,
if any doubts left, but the best is to send just patches with having
such hardware to test on.
Compared to the early tda9887 stuff on LeadTek devices, LeadTek was
pioneering and we have that in mind, it should be fairly easy for those.
Let's know the other way round too, where you have still concerns doing
> 2009/11/23 hermann pitton <hermann-pitton@xxxxxxxx>:
> > Hi, thanks again!
> > Am Montag, den 23.11.2009, 09:42 +0800 schrieb Terry Wu:
> >> Hi,
> >> Please refer to the attached JPEG file for the GPIO settings of
> >> TV2100 with FM (PCB:B).
> >> Let me know if you need the information of TV2100 without FM
> >> (PCB:A, TVF8533-BDF).
> >> Terry Wu
> > On a first look, if we start to count gpios from zero, we tell the same.
> > The TVF8533_BDF I would have to look up. It is four to five years back.
> > If it uses that minor number TI chip without radio support, we treat it
> > as tuner=69 too currently.
> > For all such older can tuners, widely different about the globe, counts,
> > that we don't have any way to detect them. So first working, either NTSC
> > or PAL, sits in the pool position and others have to think twice.
> > OEMs do code tuners into eeprom content, some do not at all, such doing
> > it are in competition and don't follow the rules of the main chip
> > manufacturer, Philips/NXP in that case, and go their own ways.
> > So tuner tables are unstable across manufacturers.
> > We often can't help that much in such cases, but implementing their own
> > tuner eeprom detection into the linux drivers is of course still
> > welcome. Hauppauge does it very successfully since years.
> > We can't do much about it, if OEMs don't follow Philips or whom ever on
> > such.
> > Thanks,
> > Hermann
> >> 2009/11/23 Terry Wu <terrywu2009@xxxxxxxxx>:
> >> > Hi,
> >> >
> >> > The TVF88T5-BDFF data sheet is attached.
> >> >
> >> > Terry Wu
> >> >
> >> > 11/17/2003 06:39 PM 72,010 TVF5531-MF.pdf
> >> > 03/12/2008 11:37 AM 555,285 TVF5533-MF-.pdf
> >> > 02/24/2004 02:19 PM 120,727 TVF5533-MF.pdf
> >> > 12/30/2003 06:59 PM 91,577 TVF5831-MFF.pdf
> >> > 09/26/2005 10:20 AM 156,853 TVF78P3-MFF.pdf
> >> > 11/17/2003 06:39 PM 67,947 TVF8531-BDF.pdf
> >> > 11/17/2003 06:39 PM 67,715 TVF8531-DIF.pdf
> >> > 03/12/2008 11:37 AM 509,340 TVF8533-BDF.pdf
> >> > 03/12/2008 11:37 AM 507,295 TVF8533-DIF.pdf
> >> > 12/30/2003 06:59 PM 87,921 TVF8831-BDFF.pdf
> >> > 12/30/2003 06:59 PM 87,624 TVF8831-DIFF.pdf
> >> > 09/26/2005 10:20 AM 176,525 TVF88P3-CFF.pdf
> >> > 03/24/2006 10:48 AM 460,941 TVF88T5-BDFF.pdf
> >> > 02/24/2004 02:19 PM 132,304 TVF9533-BDF.pdf
> >> > 02/24/2004 02:19 PM 120,940 TVF9533-DIF.pdf
> >> > 03/12/2008 11:37 AM 458,967 TVF99T5-BDFF.pdf
> >> >
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