Customer screenshot from Atlanta, Ga. U.S.A.
Installation on a Settopbox (Enter the IP of the Settopbox and select ATSC for Autostart, afterwars click install)
We are translating the ATSC (transport)stream on the fly to look like a DVB-T stream:
We are translating and rewriting ATSC tables to DVB-T (it's still work in progress but already works).
The test was done on a MIPS based Settopbox, various images and Settopboxes are supported, VTI, OpenPLI, Newnigma, etc.
The video which can be seen in the background is an ATSC video.
In the manual tune window select following parameters:
ATSC .. 6MHz
ClearQAM (64/256) .. 7 or 8MHz
How to install it on Settopboxes:http://support.sundtek.com/index.php/topic,348.0.html
The units are available in our online store
The first lot is leaving to America; Made in Germany.
Entering production, the first engineering sample passed all the necessary tests.
* ATSC 320mA* AnalogTV 290mA (low temperature!)
* FM Radio (incl RDS decoder) 180mA
* Standby 70mA
PCBs arrived and the first handmade engineering sample passed our testing
* FM Radio
* Infrared Control
* Fully optimized power control / standby support
# /opt/bin/mediaclient -e
**** List of Media Hardware Devices ****
device 0: [MediaTV Pro III USB (US)] ATSC, ANALOG-TV, FM-RADIO, REMOTE-CONTROL, OSS-AUDIO, RDS
Linux drivers are already distributed within our regular driver package for all Linux systems (ARM/MIPS/PPC/SH4/x86-64/x86-32 since 2006) Installable within 10 seconds without compiling.
A new revision with updated Chipsets is coming up
* AnalogTV (incl. VBI and inband Closed Captioning support - drawing Closed Captioning directly into the video)
* FM Radio / RDS
* Low temperature (room temperature - hand warm, very low power consumption)
Even though the housing was designed for our european devices, the new connector
for ATSC fits perfectly.
Drivers are available for
* Linux (mature, using our driver infrastructure which is kernel independent!)
* Android (Upcoming)
and various other operating systems