Oliver Schinagl writes:
> > I'm interested for such information. (I'm looking also for good well
> > supported DVB-S2 device to target multiple satellite)
> > I've a question for you Olivier. I don't know that brand. Why going to 1
> > dualtuner board and the octopus. In the same brand you can also use the
> > Cine S2 that could eventually be expended with a dualtuner board for
> > example. What are the limitation?
> From what I know, is that the hardware is nearly identical on both setups.
> The Cine S2 is an octopus with only 2 connectors (which allows 4 extra
> tuners) and has 2 onboard tuners, so 6 tuners maximum.
> The Octopus is ONLY the bridge chip (in FPGA form strangly in the latest
> revisions, was the nGene before, driver is the same so maybe they got
> some IP from micronas to put in the FPGA due to performance/scaling
> issues?) but has 4 connectors for expansion cards. So you can connect 8
Micronas has nothing to do with the new bridge. nGene is no longer in production
and it also lacked inputs and outputs to support more tuners/CIs.
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