What is the af9015 chip?

Given the chip’s dual nature, the AF9015 is fairly complex. It is also very flexible, supporting a wide variety of device configurations (single USB, dual USB, Platform mode, PCI/PCIe based devices, and even SPI is supported by it with some tuners (such as for a Consumer Electronics product that runs Windows CE)).

What is the difference between the af901x and af9035?

Afatech AF9035. A combination DVB-T demodulator and USB bridge chip from Afatech. This is the company’s third generation COFDM demodulator, and is the successor to the AF901x family of chips. See the AF901x page for more details. The following devices contain AF903x family chips:

Is there a dual af9035 based card?

Dual AF9035 based. At this stage, AfaTech will not release full specifications, and so these cards are likely to remain unsupported. There’s an older device by almost the same name (without the “plus”), which is dib7xxx based and works out of the box. ✔ Yes, but see device page for details.

Which DVB-T USB devices have the af9015 chip?

Examples of DVB-T USB devices in which the AF9015 chip can be found include: The Elements/Tevion High Definition DVB-T Receiver Model no DK-5203.

What is the af9015 Master Driver?

This is a driver written from scratch, first by reverse engineering and afterwards finalized from the reference kit, by Antti Palosaari, that is specific to the AF9015 chip alone, and for devices with a “MASTER based configuration”.

What is the best demodulator for SDR?

To be used for SDR the demodulator must be the Realtek RTL2832U but the tuner chip may vary. The Elonics E4000 tuner is considered the best for SDR use, due to its largest frequency span (52 to 1088 plus 1252 to 2174 MHz typical).