Changes between Version 70 and Version 71 of wireless/modem


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Timestamp:
08/20/2021 10:39:46 PM (16 months ago)
Author:
Ryan Erbstoesser
Comment:

increase info for fn980

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    17731773== Specific Modem Notes ==
    1774 
    1775 === Telit FN980 5G Modem ===
    1776 
     1774[=#telitfn980m]
     1775=== Telit FN980 / FN980M 5G Modem ===
     1776
     1777
     1778
     1779This is a 5G Modem by Telit that comes in the M.2 form factor.
     1780
     1781View official Telit datasheet [https://www.telit.com/m2m-iot-products/cellular-modules/data-cards/ here]
     1782
     1783 * The FN980 supports 5G FR1 and the FN980M supports 5G FR1 & FR2
     1784 * Support of 5G Sub-6 FDD and TDD and mmWave, support of SA & NSA operations, 5G core network Opt. 3a/3x and Option 2
     1785 * Made for North America, EMEA, APAC
    17771786 * Use with Gateworks GW16140 or GW16141 M.2 Adapter. [https://www.gateworks.com/products/mini-pcie-expansion-cards/gw1614x-mini-pcie-to-m2-adapter-card/]
     1787 * Approvals: FCC, PTCRB, RED, GCF & More (consult datasheet)
     1788 * Supports USB 2.0, 3.0 and PCIe Gen3
     1789  * USB 3.0 is not supported on most Venice SBCs
     1790  * USB 3.0 requires software configuration for some Newport SBCs [wiki:newport/bootloader#hwconfig]
     1791  * PCIe on the Qualcomm X55 chipset require a new MHI driver which is expected to be only ready in 5.13 kernels or newer
     1792   * PCIe ID: 17cb:0306
     1793   * Requires USB 2.0 to switch modem to PCIe mode with the following AT command:  AT#USBPCISWITCH=1,<GPIO>,2 where GPIO is the GPIO assigned active low (tied to ground) pin used to select PCI Express enable.
     1794 * Throughput 5G up to 5.5 DL/1.5 UL Gbps
     1795 * Temperature -40 °C to +85 °C
     1796 * GNSS
     1797 * Uses QTY 4 MHP4 IPEX antenna ports. Can be used with [https://shop.gateworks.com/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=89 GW16065]
     1798 * No pinout concerns when using Gateworks GW16140/GW16141 M.2 adapters
     1799 * Ports: cdc-wdm0 (qmi), ttyUSB0 (unknown), ttyUSB1 (unknown), ttyUSB2 (at), ttyUSB3 (at), ttyUSB4 (unknown), wwan0 (net)
     1800 * Drivers:
     1801  * qmi_wwan, option1
     1802 * Best used with modern kernel, 5.4 or newer and something like Ubuntu
     1803 
     1804
     1805To start using this modem, connect it to a Gateworks SBC with the GW16140/GW16141 adapter in a Mini-PCIe slot that supports the preferred interface method (USB 2.0, USB 3.0, PCIe). Note that the SIM needs to be placed in the SIM1 slot on the GW1614x adapter. Do not place the SIM in the SIM slot on the SBC itself.
     1806
     1807Verify the modem is detected with the lsusb command. Then use modem manager to bring the modem up with the following example:
     1808{{{
     1809mmcli -m 0 # Look for a large output of information about the modem
     1810mmcli -m 0 enable
     1811mmmcli --modem 0 --simple-connect="apn=h2g2" #replace h2g2 with actual APN for SIM used
     1812mmcli -m 0 -b 0 #review IP / gateway issued by ISP
     1813ifconfig wwan0 30.33.135.135 #set IP for wwan0 from previous step
     1814ifconfig wwan0 netmask 255.255.255.0 #confirm netmask
     1815route add default gw 30.58.33.135 #set default gateway
     1816echo "nameserver 8.8.8.8" > /etc/resolv.conf
     1817echo "nameserver 8.8.4.4" > /etc/resolv.conf
     1818}}}
     1819
     1820==== Troubleshooting
     1821If a new modem is not detecting the SIM card, please try the following:
     1822 * Ensure the SIM is in SIM1 slot on the GW16140/GW16141 adapter
     1823 * Ensure the SIM is put in the SIM slot with the angle on the SIM card inserted first
     1824 * Ensure the SIM is activated and in a known working state with a stable and known working modem
     1825 * Run the following AT commands to the modem for SIM detection and hot swap
     1826{{{
     1827AT#SIMDET=0
     1828AT#HSEN=0,0
     1829AT#HSEN=0,1
     1830}}}
     1831
     1832Review other troubleshooting and examples on this wiki page. Also contact [https://www.gateworks.com/contact/ Gateworks technical support].
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    19171972  * {{{/dev/ttyUSB0}}} - qcdm
    19181973  * {{{/dev/ttyUSB1}}} - at
    1919   * {{{/dev/ttyUSB2}}} -
     1974  * {{{/dev/ttyUSB2}}} - f
    19201975  * {{{/dev/ttyUSB3}}} - at
    19211976  * {{{/dev/ttyUSB4}}} -