PCTV microStick (79e) teardown
|PCTV microStick (79e)|
Device is build upon very common IT9135 reference design. I will keep that blog post short as I have teardowned multiple devices earlier having same IT9135 chip, just check those in order to find out some more detailed information.
That same stick is also sold as Hauppauge WinTV MiniStick and its USB ID is 2040:f900. Hauppauge branded version arrived much more earlier - its USB ID was added to Linux driver during kernel 3.14 development time. Actually, PCTV 79e device I got has mistakenly programmed Hauppauge USB ID, but the ones sold now should have PCTV ID.
PCB upper side
|PCB upper side|
PCB model number is DK-5259. Letters DK usually refers to Dexatek Technology, which is common OEM vendor of TV sticks.
|ITE IT9135FN BX|
PCB bottom side
|PCB bottom side|
IDLE current drain without a driver: 48 mA
Note: Hauppauge USB ID mistakenly used.
thank you for all your effort here.
One thing I can't understand about IT9135 chip: is it capable to receive DVB-T2 signal?
There are some models in http://www.linuxtv.org/wiki/index.php/ITE_IT9135 that denoted as DVB-T2 capable, but I think it's a mistake. Is it? Thanks
IT9135 is not DVB-T2 capable, only DVB-T.Delete
Thank you a lotDelete