As DVB-T(1) is phased out in Germany soon, I got me a new DVB-T2 stick. The MyGica T230 is supported under Linux, and has a quite low price (~20€).
Instead of the expected T230, I received a T230C which has silently replaced the T230. The T230C is – although quite similar to the T230 – currently (Linux 4.10rc2) not supported by the mainline kernel.
Compared to the T230, the T230C uses the same Cypress FX2 CY7C68013A USB bridge chip, a Silabs Si2168-D60 demodulator (new revision) and a new tuner chip, Silabs Si2141-A10 (T230 uses a Si2157).
Beyond the bridge/RF chips, there is an I2C eeprom (FX2 firmware?), two LowPowerSemi adjustable, synchronous DC/DC buck converters (marking LPS A36j1, LP3202?), a 74ACT1G00 NAND gate (marking A00), two 24MHz oscillators and a bunch of passives.