Krumlov wrote:Can you let me know more about how you have DAB working? I am thinking of trying to get this working in my car but would like to know what USB receiver you are using and what you had to do to set it up and how it presents itself in YATSE?
Yeah no problem.
I bought two "ITE Inc. Zolid Mini DVB-T Stick Version 1", (http://linuxtv.org/wiki/index.php/ITE_IT9135
) I was able to get them from ebay @ £5.25 each delivered. Strictly speaking there not DAB adapters, but I get the same radio stations though DVB as I do with my Cambridge Audio 640-T so I'm happy! linuxtv.org is a fantastic place for all things DVB. The link above had instructions for installing the correct firmware. I setup a Fedora Core 17 virtual machine on my local server and installed TV Headend "https://tvheadend.org/projects/tvheadend
". Once I had the correct firmware in place and I plugged in the usb stick the device came up in "/dev/dvb/ as adapter0" From there I pointed my pi's running XBMC (raspbmc installs) to the TV Headend server using the "TvHeadend HTPS Client" under PVR Clients in addons.
Yatse connects to XBMC, as long as XBMC is connected to your TV Headend server Yatse will see the tv/radio stations. In YATSE there is a "PVR" button on the main screen, touch it and swipe to the left to find your radio stations.
As there is more the one pi based media centre in my house and I have an always on server anyway it made sense to setup a dedicated server so I wasn't relying on any one pi.
For your car project I know you can get a tvheadend server running on raspbmc, but I'm not sure what adapters are compatible. I'd have a look round here or at http://forum.stmlabs.com
Hope the above was of some use, if you need more details on anything let me know.