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-Support for the Leadtek WinView 601 TV/FM by Jon Tombs <>
-This card is basically the same as all the rest (Bt484A, Philips tuner),
-the main difference is that they have attached a programmable attenuator to 3
-GPIO lines in order to give some volume control. They have also stuck an
-infra-red remote control decoded on the board, I will add support for this
-when I get time (it simple generates an interrupt for each key press, with
-the key code is placed in the GPIO port).
-I don't yet have any application to test the radio support. The tuner
-frequency setting should work but it is possible that the audio multiplexer
-is wrong. If it doesn't work, send me email.
-- No Thanks to Leadtek they refused to answer any questions about their
-hardware. The driver was written by visual inspection of the card. If you
-use this driver, send an email insult to them, and tell them you won't
-continue buying their hardware unless they support Linux.
-- Little thanks to Princeton Technology Corp (
-who make the audio attenuator. Their publicly available data-sheet available
-on their web site doesn't include the chip programming information! Hidden
-on their server are the full data-sheets, but don't ask how I found it.
-To use the driver I use the following options, the tuner and pll settings might
-be different in your country
-insmod videodev
-insmod i2c scan=1 i2c_debug=0 verbose=0
-insmod tuner type=1 debug=0
-insmod bttv pll=1 radio=1 card=17