• MINI RTL2832U+R820T DVB-T stick usb 2.0 interface Full DVB-T and DAB compliant will replace E4000(829)
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MINI RTL2832U+R820T DVB-T stick usb 2.0 interface Full DVB-T and DAB compliant will replace E4000(829)

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MINI RTL2832U+R820T DVB-T stick usb 2.0 interface Full DVB-T and DAB compliant  will replace E4000




YOU now have all the options you need for watching your favorite TV shows and play FM radio and DAB digital radio on your computer.and record them.and convert them with enclosed converting software. Then you can send them to your ipod by itunes or other MP4 device,so you can watch them any where and any time.

With the product,you can receord live TV or schedule recordings using the built-scheuler.the time-shift function also allows you to pause and instantly replay your favorite scenes.

You can listen to FM audio and digital DAB radio,and record them to WMA audio format into your computer.

Supports windows 7 media center. With the device,you can watch live TV,and record it by windows 7 media center

Uses a converting software-“Blaze video magic 3.0 “, it can convert your video file as AVI-MPEG4 ,ASF-MPEG4,MP4-MPEG4(for ipod),PSP-MPEG4,3GP-MPEG4,AVI-DIVX,AVI-XVID,MOV

-         MPEG4 file,and convert your FM / DAB audio file as MP3 file.

Supports LINUX OS, the driver is in “for linux” folder in CD-ROM.YOU can also find a help file there.



If you want t listen DAB or DAB+digital radio,you must make sure you have DAB or DAB+signal,and the results you received depends on the signal strength.


Item name

Usb dvb-t stick with FM&DAB


USB 2.0 Standard

Recording format

DVBT TV-DVD(MPEG-2),FM radio/DAB radio-



Converting format

Video:AVI-MPEG4,ASF-MPEG4,MP4-MPEG4(for ipod)


Audio: MP3


75 Ohm IEC(Din) Connector


A type usrb male connect

Receiving frequency

DVBT:48.25 ~863.25 MHZ

FM radio: 87.5~108 MHZ

DAB radio: L-Band-1452960~1490624 KHZ

         VHF—174928~ 239200 KHZ

TV system

Full DVB-T and DAB compliant

Punctured codes

1/2,2/3,3/4,,4/5,5/6 and 7/8


6/7/8 MHZ auto select for DVB-T

Power supply

Usb bus

Consumed power


TV Player software

Newsoft presto! PVR

Dimension / weight

90(L) X 28(W)X 15(H) / 21G

Cable length

120cm for portable antenna

System requirements

One available usb 2.0 port

Pentium4 cpu or above

512MB RAM or above

Graphics card supports DirictX 9.0C

1GB free HDD space

CD-ROM for installation


USB DVB-T stick with FM&DAB device,portable antenna,remote controller,quick installation guide,software CD(includes driver,application and manual)

Connection guide


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Sticks with this combination (RTL2832 + R820T) are relatively new on

the market. The main difference to all the other supported tuners so

far is that it uses a Low-IF (3.57 MHz) architecture instead of

Zero-IF. That means the tuner is only connected to the In-Phase ADC

input, and the internal down converter of the RTL2832 is generating the

complex samples. This has the benefit of having no DC offset spike in

the middle of the spectrum.

So far the tuner driver comes straight from the kernel driver that

Realtek supplies, and setting gain manually is not supported yet,

although functions for that seem to exist.

There is still is a lot that needs to be done, the best thing most

likely would be to completely rewrite the driver, or at least clean it

up dramatically. Initializing the tuner takes way too long at the

moment, since the driver produces a lot of I2C traffic, most of it

being redundant as it seems.


The driver originally had a frequency limitation of 40 MHz to 900 MHz,

but tests showed that the PLL of my stick can achieve lock up to 1766

MHz, and indeed both ADS-B at 1090 MHz and L-Band DAB at 1463 MHz, as

well as GMR at 1556 MHz can be received just fine with the R820T.

Also, the PLL could lock again at 1850 MHz to 1860 MHz, and the

reception of a GSM 1800 BTS at 1854 MHz worked as well.


Some initial comparisons [1] between the E4000 and R820T seem to hint

at the R820T being a bit more sensitive, especially visible in the

Tetra screenshots.

Details list:

  • Model: 829
  • Shipping Weight: 0.2kg
  • 200 Units in Stock