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CONFIG_DVB_DIBUSB: DiBcom USB DVB-T devices (see help for device list)

General informations

The Linux kernel configuration item CONFIG_DVB_DIBUSB has multiple definitions:

DiBcom USB DVB-T devices (see help for a complete device list) found in drivers/media/dvb/dibusb/Kconfig

The configuration item CONFIG_DVB_DIBUSB:

Help text

Support for USB 1.1 and 2.0 DVB-T devices based on reference designs made by DiBcom (http://www.dibcom.fr) and C&E.

Devices supported by this driver:

TwinhanDTV USB-Ter (VP7041) TwinhanDTV Magic Box (VP7041e) KWorld/JetWay/ADSTech V-Stream XPERT DTV - DVB-T USB1.1 and USB2.0 Hama DVB-T USB-Box DiBcom reference devices (non-public) Ultima Electronic/Artec T1 USB TVBOX Compro Videomate DVB-U2000 - DVB-T USB Grandtec DVB-T USB Avermedia AverTV DVBT USB Artec T1 USB1.1 and USB2.0 boxes Yakumo/Typhoon DVB-T USB2.0 Hanftek UMT-010 USB2.0 Hauppauge WinTV NOVA-T USB2

The VP7041 seems to be identical to "CTS Portable" (Chinese Television System).

These devices can be understood as budget ones, they "only" deliver (a part of) the MPEG2 transport stream.

A firmware is needed to get the device working. See Documentation/dvb/README.dibusb details.

Say Y if you own such a device and want to use it. You should build it as a module.

DiBcom USB DVB-T devices (see help for device list) found in drivers/media/dvb/dibusb/Kconfig

The configuration item CONFIG_DVB_DIBUSB:

Help text

Support for USB 1.1 and 2.0 DVB-T devices based on reference designs made by DiBcom (http://www.dibcom.fr).

Devices supported by this driver:

TwinhanDTV USB-Ter (VP7041) TwinhanDTV Magic Box (VP7041e) KWorld V-Stream XPERT DTV - DVB-T USB Hama DVB-T USB-Box DiBcom reference device (non-public) Ultima Electronic/Artec T1 USB TVBOX Compro Videomate DVB-U2000 - DVB-T USB Grandtec DVB-T USB Avermedia AverTV DVBT USB Yakumo DVB-T mobile USB2.0

The VP7041 seems to be identical to "CTS Portable" (Chinese Television System).

These devices can be understood as budget ones, they "only" deliver (a part of) the MPEG2 transport stream.

A firmware is needed to get the device working. See Documentation/dvb/README.dibusb details.

Say Y if you own such a device and want to use it. You should build it as a module.

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