On 4/05/2017 8:51 am, "Andrew Hudson" <dmarc-noreply@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I think those cards only work with NTSC, which is really only supported by
old devices such as VHS VCRs and old camcorders. They wouldn't work with
today's HD signals.
Those particular devices support DVB; since the cx2388x family of PCI chipsets
had analogue devices (PAL/SECAM/NTSC), but also early digital devices
(DVB/ATSC) and a couple of hybrid devices (PAL/DVB or NTSC/ATSC).
If we extend the cx23882 driver to support the cx23880/1/3 chips and port
the BSD frontend driver for the digital tuners and demodulators , then
we could support a whole bunch of early digital PCI devices using the DVB
and ATSC standards.