Digital TV stick USB 2.0 BDA

Category: USB
Manufacturer: Twinhan
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 1.5 MB
Operating System: Windows operating systems
Latest Version / Release Date: V5.63.1.6 / 12/20/2007

Windows device driver information for Digital TV stick USB 2.0 BDA

The Digital TV stick USB 2.0 BDA is a compact and portable device used for receiving free to air terrestrial signal. This device is powered by a USB (Universal Serial Bus) so users are able to record and watch TV shows on any computer system with an available USB port. Its mini TV antenna can also work indoor and can be used for listening to digital radio. This TV tuner device is developed to output high definition (HD) image resolution of 1080i. After installation, it will immediately start to scan for signal sources and users can modify its display resolution on the computer system to match the most viable HDTV resolution supported by their display device. The Digital TV stick USB 2.0 BDA is also capable of instantly ‘waking’ users’ computer systems for hibernate or standby mode in time for a pre-programmed recording session. This functionality is especially useful for users on the go since it gives them peace of mind knowing that their favorite shows will be recorded. After a recording session, the device will return to hibernate, standby or turn itself off as pre-programmed by the user.

Outdated Drivers?

Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.

To check your drivers you should manually verify every device on your system for driver updates

This TV tuner stick also uses BDA drivers since it makes use of Microsoft’s BDA or Broadcast Drier Architecture standard. This standard in used for capturing digital video on Windows operating system platforms. The standard encompasses both the DVB and ATSC standards and provides programmers a standardized technique for accessing USB, PCI-E or PCI TV tuner devices. The BDA standard is likewise utilized by hardware manufacturers for producing digital TV tuners for Windows and for supporting customized hardware functionalities as well as new network types. The BDA is completely documented in the Windows Platform SDK (software development kit) and the Windows Driver Development Kit (DDK). It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Digital TV stick USB 2.0 BDA errors before installing any driver updates.