USB 2.0 Single DVBT

Category: Other
Manufacturer: Freecom
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 190.06 KB
Operating System: Windows 2000, Windows XP
Latest Version / Release Date: / 25 Jan 2007

Windows device driver information for USB 2.0 Single DVBT

This hardware component is capable of supporting Digital Video Broadcasting Terrestrial standards based on the European Consortium specifications for broadcast transmissions. In this context it is capable of supporting compressed digital video, audio, and similar types of data within an MPEG container format transport stream via the COFDM modulation. The device driver for this USB 2.0 Single DVBT hardware component allows for the receiving of data which is split into different smaller data streams. This is considered faster and better compared to the single radio frequency transmission method for carrying data streams. Every stream is responsible for digitally modulating the adjacent streams resulting in a better transmission quality which is then converted by the hardware component into a format which can be readily interpreted and rendered by the host computer system. Both 2K- and 8K-mode carriers are supported by this device.

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Designed as a compact receiver device hosted on the Universal Serial Bus interface port of the machine it is appropriate for mobile computer users. The device driver helps the underlying operating system platform to correctly activate the feature sets incorporated by the manufacturer into the hardware component. Like majority of tuner type hardware components this device can implement video recording functionalities as long as the proper driver is installed into the host computer system. The device driver makes it possible for the supported hardware component to interact with the storage media of the host machine where the recorded broadcast streams are saved. Since the broadcasts are predominantly digital in nature they are considered higher quality compared to those captured from analog tuner devices. The device driver also provides the computer user with a number of configuration setting options that will dictate the behavior of the supported hardware component at run time. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and USB 2.0 Single DVBT errors before installing any driver updates.