Changes between Version 7 and Version 8 of wireless/modem


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02/12/2018 03:55:15 PM (12 days ago)
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Ryan Erbstoesser
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remove old info and sierra wireless modems

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    v7 v8  
    5555[=#recommended]
    5656== Recommended Modems ==
    57 Gateworks has modems they recommend based on their experience and compatibility with their devices.
    58  * [#MC7700MC7710 Sierra Wireless MC7700] - 4G for AT&T in USA.
    59  * [#MC7750 Sierra Wireless !AirPrime MC7750] - CDMA LTE for Verizon etc. in USA.
    60  * [#MC7354 Sierra Wireless !AirPrime MC7354] - UMTS / CDMA / LTE (multiband / multicarrier)
    61  * [#MultiTechMTPCIe-H5ModulesGSMCDMA MultiTech MTPCIe-H5 Modem ] - Has SIM slot on modem. GSM.
    62 
     57
     58Many modems do not follow the Mini-PCIe pin specification.
     59
     60Gateworks designs the Mini-PCIe slots to strictly adhere to the formal specification by PCI SIG.
     61
     62Thus Gateworks typically find pin conflicts (signal mismatch or voltage differences) on the following pins:
     63 * Pin 11 (REFCLK-)
     64 * Pin 13 (REFCLK+)
     65 * Pin 20 (WDIS#)
     66 * Pin 22 (PERST#)
     67 * Pin 31 (PETN0)
     68 * Pin 33 (PETP0)
     69
     70Mini-PCIe pinout can be found in the [http://www.gateworks.com/usermanuals user manual]
     71
     72Please compare the modem pinout to the Gateworks pinout to ensure compatibility.
    6373
    6474[=#firmware]
     
    15601570}}}
    15611571
    1562 
     1572[[CollapsibleStart(OpenWrt LuCI WebAdmin for Cellular Cards)]]
    15631573[=#luci]
    15641574=== LuCI Web-Admin Configuration for Cellular Cards ===
     
    15791589
    15801590
     1591[[CollapsibleEnd]]
    15811592[=#usb-routing]
    15821593== USB Routing Notes for Gateworks products ==
     
    16281639== Specific Modem Notes ==
    16291640
    1630 [=#mtpcieh5]
    1631 === !MultiTech MTPCIe-H5 Modules (GSM/CDMA) ===
    1632 The [http://www.multitech.com/en_US/PRODUCTS/Families/MultiConnectPCIe/ MTPCIe-H5] PCIe modules offer Agency Approved Cellular cards (this is important because it can save you a costly certification effort if you wish to embed 3G in your product). Please consult with Multitech to see which carriers are Agency Approved.
    1633 
    1634 Gateworks has tested a MTPCIe-H5 with an AT&T SIM in office and it works properly.
    1635 
    1636 Driver:
    1637  * cdc_acm driver (CONFIG_USB_ACM, cdc-acm.ko) exposes 7 tty devices:
    1638   * {{{/dev/ttyACM0}}} -
    1639   * {{{/dev/ttyACM1}}} -
    1640   * {{{/dev/ttyACM2}}} -
    1641   * {{{/dev/ttyACM3}}} - control/data
    1642   * {{{/dev/ttyACM4}}} -
    1643   * {{{/dev/ttyACM5}}} -
    1644   * {{{/dev/ttyACM6}}} -
    1645  * OpenWrt package support: kmod-usb-acm
    1646 
    1647 To configure, modify the {{{/etc/config/network}}} file to include the following:
    1648 {{{#!bash
    1649 config interface 'wan'
    1650         option proto '3g'
    1651         option service 'umts'
    1652         option apn 'ISP.CINGULAR'
    1653         option device '/dev/ttyACM3'
    1654 
    1655 }}}
    1656 
    1657 Antenna Connector Detail:
    1658 {{{
    1659   |-------------------------|
    1660   |                         |=
    1661   | o Aux                   |=
    1662   |                         |=
    1663   | o CELL                  |=
    1664   |                         |=
    1665   | o GPS                   |=
    1666   |-------------------------|
    1667 }}}
    1668 
    1669 Additional Documentation:
    1670  * ftp://ftp.multitech.com/docs/MT%20H5%20AT%20Commands/MT%20H5%20AT%20Commands.pdf - AT commands
    1671 
    1672  * Note: The MultiTech MTPCIe-H5-V-BW module that has Wifi/Bluetooth is not compatible with the Gateworks boards because of their non-standard pinout.
    16731641
    16741642
     
    16771645''' ****Please check with Sierra Wireless for availability and EOL status **** '''
    16781646
    1679 Commonly used Modules known to work on Gateworks products:
    1680  * MC8790/MC8790V UTMS/HSPA and quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE modem
    1681  * MC5728/MC5728V CDMA modem
    1682  * MC7700/MC77xx LTE/HSPA+ Gobi API modem with GPS
    1683  * MC8090/ HSPA+ and quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE modem
    1684 
    1685 '''General Notes:'''
    1686  * The 'V' version of the modules (ie MC8790V and MC5728V) support external audio in/out signals and interfaces (Handset/Headset/Car kit/Speakerphone/AUX/TTY) that the non-V modules do not.
    1687  * The 'V' version of the modules (ie MC8790V and MC5728V) use pin22 for an auxiliary voltage that must be between 0 and 2.6V. Pin22 however in the Mini-PCIe standard is PERST# (PCI reset) and thus depending on the board and socket will likely be driven or pulled up to 3.3V which will cause issues with these '-V' devices. See [#vaux1 below]
    1688  * The LED output (pin 42) indicates the module state according to the PCI-Express Mini Card specification:
    1689    * Off - module not powered
    1690    * On - module powered and connected but not transmitting or receiving
    1691    * slow blink - module powered and searching for a connection (250ms on at 0.2Hz)
    1692    * fast blink - module is transmitting or receiving (3Hz blink rate)
    1693 
    1694 The MC77xx Family provides:
    1695  * LTE,HSPA+,GSM/GPRS/EDGE,EV-DO Rev A (MC7750), 1xRTT (MC7750)
    1696  * 100mbps peak download rate
    1697  * 50mbps peek upload rate
    1698  * LTE:
    1699   * MC7700: 2100(B1), AWS(B4), 700(B17)
    1700   * MC7710: 2100(B1), 1800(B3), 2600(B7), 900(B8), 800(B20)
    1701   * MC7750: 700(B13)
    1702  * WCDMA:
    1703   * MC7700: 2100(B1), 1900(B2), 850(B5)
    1704   * MC7710: 2100(B1), 900(B8)
    1705  * CDMA 1xRTT/EV-DO Rev A:
    1706   * MC7750: 800(BC0), 1900(BC1)
    1707  * GSP/GPRS/EDGE:
    1708   * quad-band
    1709  * Refer to Sierra Wireless AirPrime MC Series documentation for more details
    1710 
    1711 
    1712 [=#mc8790]
    1713 ==== MC8790 / MC8790V ====
    1714 Driver:
    1715  * sierra - USB_SERIAL_SIERRAWIRELESS
    1716  * OpenWrt package support: kmod-usb-sierra
    1717  * exposes 7 serial devices:
    1718   * {{{/dev/ttyUSB0}}}
    1719   * {{{/dev/ttyUSB1}}}
    1720   * {{{/dev/ttyUSB2}}}
    1721   * {{{/dev/ttyUSB3}}} - control/data
    1722   * {{{/dev/ttyUSB4}}} - control/data
    1723   * {{{/dev/ttyUSB5}}} - control/data
    1724   * {{{/dev/ttyUSB6}}} - control/data
    1725   * {{{/dev/ttyUSB7}}}
    1726 
    1727 Notes:
    1728  * power mode - The MC8970/MC8970V has a power-mode setting to put the card in 'low-power' (aka 'airplane') mode where the module is active but RF is disabled. These cards seem to ship configured for 'airplane' mode (CFUN=0).  The setting is persistent and must be set via the AT+CFUN command at least once:
    1729 {{{#!bash
    1730 AT+CFUN?
    1731 +CFUN: 0
    1732 
    1733 OK
    1734 AT+CFUN=1
    1735 OK
    1736 }}}
    1737   * CFUN=0 is low power mode or 'airplane' mode where RF is disabled
    1738   * CFUN=1 is full power mode
    1739  * if {{{gcom -d /dev/ttyUSB3 info}}} reports 'Network locked: 1' then your module is locked to a network carrier's specific plan and can only be used with a SIM for that network carriers plan. Take care to use the right SIM plan or to purchase an unlocked or 'generic' module.
    1740 
    1741  * OpenWrt Sample Config:
    1742 {{{#!bash
    1743 config interface 'wan'
    1744         option proto '3g'
    1745         option apn 'internet'
    1746         option device '/dev/ttyUSB3'
    1747         option service 'utms'
    1748 }}}
    1749 
    1750 
    1751 [=#mc8090]
    1752 ==== MC8090 ====
    1753 Driver:
    1754  * sierra - USB_SERIAL_SIERRAWIRELESS
    1755  * OpenWrt package support: kmod-usb-sierra
    1756  * exposes 6 serial devices:
    1757   * {{{/dev/ttyUSB0}}}
    1758   * {{{/dev/ttyUSB1}}}
    1759   * {{{/dev/ttyUSB2}}}
    1760   * {{{/dev/ttyUSB3}}}
    1761   * {{{/dev/ttyUSB4}}} - data (ppp)
    1762   * {{{/dev/ttyUSB5}}} - control (AT commands)
    1763 
    1764 
    1765 [=#mc7700]
    1766 ==== MC7700 / MC7710 ====
    1767 AirPrime 3G/4G/LTE wireless module
    1768 
    1769 Carrier:
    1770  * MC7700 (US)
    1771   * AT&T
    1772   * NTT Docomo
    1773   * Bell
    1774   * Tellus
    1775   * Roger
    1776  * MC7710:
    1777   * T-Mobile
    1778 
    1779 Driver:
    1780  * sierra - USB_SERIAL_SIERRAWIRELESS
    1781  * OpenWrt package support: kmod-usb-sierra
    1782  * exposes 5 serial devices:
    1783   * {{{/dev/ttyUSB0}}}
    1784   * {{{/dev/ttyUSB1}}}
    1785   * {{{/dev/ttyUSB2}}}
    1786   * {{{/dev/ttyUSB3}}} - control (AT commands)
    1787   * {{{/dev/ttyUSB4}}} - control/data
    1788 
    1789 Known USB IDs:
    1790  * 1199:68a3 (Shows up as MC8700 Modem in {{{lsusb}}}, but this is an error in the usb id file and does not relate to drivers)
    1791 
    1792 References:
    1793  * [http://www.sierrawireless.com/en/productsandservices/AirPrime_Wireless_Modules/Essential_Modules/MC_Series.aspx Product Brief]
    1794  * [http://www.sierrawireless.com/en/productsandservices/AirPrime_Wireless_Modules/Essential_Modules/~/media/Data%20Sheet/AirPrime_datasheets/Sierra_Wireless_AirPrime_MC_Series_Intelligent_Embedded_Modules.ashx Datasheet]
    1795 
    1796 
    1797 [=#mc7750]
    1798 ==== MC7750 ====
    1799 !AirPrime 3G/4G/LTE wireless module
    1800 
    1801 Carrier:
    1802  * MC7750 (US)
    1803   * Verizon
    1804 
    1805 Bands:
    1806  * LTE: 700MHz(B13)
    1807  * CDMA 1xRTT/EV-DO Rev A: 800MHz(BC0), 1900MHz(BC1)
    1808 
    1809 This card uses the QMI protocol (Qualcomm MSM Interface) for modem/connection - see [#uqmipackage uqmi]
    1810 
    1811 Drivers:
    1812  * qcserial (CONFIG_USB_SERIAL_QUALCOMM) exposes serial interfaces:
    1813   * {{{/dev/ttyUSB0}}} - management
    1814   * {{{/dev/ttyUSB1}}} - GPS (NMEA)
    1815   * {{{/dev/ttyUSB2}}} - modem
    1816  * qmi_wwan (USB_NET_QMI_WWAN) exposes network interface and QMI interface:
    1817   * {{{/dev/cdc-wdm0}}} - QMI - use with libqmi
    1818   * {{{/sys/class/net/wwan0}}}
    1819 
    1820 GPS:
    1821  * To enable NMEA messages on {{{/dev/ttyUSB1}}}:
    1822 {{{#!bash
    1823 stty raw -F /dev/ttyUSB1; echo \$GPS_START >/dev/ttyUSB1
    1824 }}}
    1825  * To disable NMEA messages on {{{/dev/ttyUSB1}}}:
    1826 {{{#!bash
    1827 stty raw -F /dev/ttyUSB1; echo \$GPS_STOP >/dev/ttyUSB1
    1828 }}}
    1829 
    1830 References:
    1831  * [http://www.sierrawireless.com/en/productsandservices/AirPrime_Wireless_Modules/Essential_Modules/MC_Series.aspx Product Brief]
    1832  * [http://www.sierrawireless.com/en/productsandservices/AirPrime_Wireless_Modules/Essential_Modules/~/media/Data%20Sheet/AirPrime_datasheets/Sierra_Wireless_AirPrime_MC_Series_Intelligent_Embedded_Modules.ashx Datasheet]
    1833 
    1834 
    1835 [=#mc7354]
    1836 ==== MC7354 ====
    1837 !AirPrime 3G/4G/LTE wireless module - One design for global markets - Multi-carrier support
    1838 
    1839 Details:
    1840  * LTE,HSPA+,GSM/GPRS/EDGE,EV-DO Rev A, 1xRTT
    1841  * 100mbps peak download rate
    1842  * 50mbps peak upload rate
    1843  * USB 2.0 High Speed
    1844  * -40C to +85C
    1845 
    1846 Carriers:
    1847  * Verizon (CDMA/LTE)
    1848  * AT&T (UMTS)
    1849  * Sprint
    1850 
    1851 Bands:
    1852  * LTE: 1900(B2), AWS(B4), 850(B5), 700(B13), 700(B17), 1900(B25)
    1853  * WCDMA: 2100(B1), 1900(B2), AWS(B4), 850(B5), 900(B8)
    1854  * CDMA 1xRTT/EV-DO Rev A: 800MHz(BC0), 1900MHz(BC1), 1700(BC10)
    1855  * GSM/GPRS/EDGE: Quad-Band
    1856 
    1857 This modem uses the QMI protocol (Qualcomm MSM Interface) for modem/connection:
    1858  * see [wiki:wireless/modem#uqmi uqmi] for OpenWrt
    1859  * see [wiki:wireless/modem#libqmi libqmi] for Ubuntu
    1860 
    1861 This modem has been found to work well for:
    1862  * Ubuntu: Verizon/ATT/Fi
    1863  * LEDE/OpenWrt 16.02: Verizon/ATT/Fi
    1864 
    1865 Drivers:
    1866  * qcserial (CONFIG_USB_SERIAL_QUALCOMM) exposes serial interfaces:
    1867   * {{{/dev/ttyUSB0}}} - management (QMI)
    1868   * {{{/dev/ttyUSB1}}} - GPS (NMEA)
    1869   * {{{/dev/ttyUSB2}}} - modem data
    1870  * qmi_wwan (USB_NET_QMI_WWAN) exposes network interface and QMI interface:
    1871   * {{{/dev/cdc-wdm0}}} - control (QMI)
    1872   * {{{/dev/cdc-wdm1}}} - control (QMI)
    1873   * {{{/sys/class/net/wwan0}}}
    1874   * {{{/sys/class/net/wwan1}}}
    1875 
    1876 OpenWrt configuration:
    1877 {{{#!bash
    1878 uci set network.wan=interface
    1879 uci set network.wan.ifname=wwan0
    1880 uci set network.wan.proto=qmi
    1881 uci set network.wan.apn=vzwinternet
    1882 uci set network.wan.device=/dev/cdc-wdm0
    1883 uci set network.wan.autoconnect=0
    1884 uci commit network
    1885 }}}
    1886  - '''it is important to configure autoconnect=0 as shown above for OpenWrt otherwise qmi.sh will not connect'''
    1887 
    1888 GPS:
    1889  * To enable NMEA messages on {{{/dev/ttyUSB1}}}:
    1890 {{{#!bash
    1891 stty raw -F /dev/ttyUSB1; echo \$GPS_START >/dev/ttyUSB1
    1892 }}}
    1893  * To disable NMEA messages on {{{/dev/ttyUSB1}}}:
    1894 {{{#!bash
    1895 stty raw -F /dev/ttyUSB1; echo \$GPS_STOP >/dev/ttyUSB1
    1896 }}}
    1897 
    1898 References:
    1899  * [http://www.sierrawireless.com/en/productsandservices/AirPrime_Wireless_Modules/Essential_Modules/MC_Series.aspx Product Brief]
    1900  * [http://www.sierrawireless.com/en/productsandservices/AirPrime_Wireless_Modules/Essential_Modules/~/media/Data%20Sheet/AirPrime_datasheets/Sierra_Wireless_AirPrime_MC_Series_Intelligent_Embedded_Modules.ashx Datasheet]
    1901 
    1902 
    1903 [=#mc7455]
    1904 ==== MC7455 ====
    1905 
    1906  ** WARNING: This modem is ** NOT ** well supported **
    1907 
    1908 !AirPrime MC 4G LTE Cat-6, Cat-3 / 3G Fallback wireless module - One design for America/EMEA - Multi-carrier support
    1909 
    1910 Bands:
    1911  * LTE-A: B1-B5, B7, B8, B12, B13, B20, B25, B26, B29, B30, B41
    1912  * LTE-FDD, LTE-TDD HSPA+
    1913 
    1914  * This modem is ** NOT ** well supported
    1915   * Different firmware on the modem either puts the modem into QMI or MBIM mode, determined [#troubleshooting here]
    1916   * Depending on firmware, modem may not be supported on Gateworks OpenWrt 16.02 with 4.4 kernel
    1917  * This modem supports USB 3.0 which is **NOT** available on the Ventana Mini-PCIe pins
    1918   * Read more in discussion forum regarding pinout here: https://forum.sierrawireless.com/viewtopic.php?f=117&t=9636&p=38401#p38401
    1919   * USB 3.0 pins 23, 25, 31 and 33 are for USB 3.0 and are sometimes masked on the modem
    1920  * USB ID:  1199:9071 & 1199:9070
    1921  * The second SIM pins on the modem, (11 & 13) are not supported by Gateworks boards
    1922  * Customer provided commands if USB ID is missing:
    1923    {{{
    1924 echo '1199 9071' > /sys/bus/usb-serial/drivers/option1/new_id  (for generic USB driver)
    1925 echo '1199 9071' > /sys/bus/usb-serial/drivers/sierra/new_id (for sierra usb-serial)
    1926 echo '1199 9071' > /sys/bus/usb/drivers/qmi_wwan/new_id (for Qualcomm qmi)
    1927    }}}
    1928 
    1929  * Software Drivers:
    1930   * qcserial
    1931   * qmi_wwan
    1932   * cdc_mbim * Depending on firmware
    1933   * usbserial
    1934   * usbcore
    1935 
    1936 
    1937 Software Drivers:
    1938  * qcserial (CONFIG_USB_SERIAL_QUALCOMM) exposes serial interfaces:
    1939   * {{{/dev/ttyUSB0}}}
    1940   * {{{/dev/ttyUSB1}}}
    1941   * {{{/dev/ttyUSB2}}}
    1942  * qmi_wwan (USB_NET_QMI_WWAN) exposes network interface and QMI interface:
    1943   * {{{/dev/cdc-wdm0}}}
    1944   * {{{/dev/cdc-wdm1}}}
    1945   * {{{/sys/class/net/wwan0}}}
    1946   * {{{/sys/class/net/wwan1}}}
    1947 
    1948 
    1949 Software utilties:
    1950  * libqmi-1.17.901 or newer
    1951  * libmbim 1.15.0 (1.14.0+ required) * Depending on firmware
    1952 
    1953 Kernel version:
    1954  * Typically requires 4.10 or higher
    1955 
    1956 References:
    1957  * [https://source.sierrawireless.com/devices/mc-series/mc7455/ Sierra Wireless]
    1958 
    1959 
    1960 
    1961 [=#mc5828]
    1962 ==== MC5828 / MC5728V ====
    1963 Driver:
    1964  * exposes 4 serial devices:
    1965   * {{{/dev/ttyUSB0}}} - control/data
    1966   * {{{/dev/ttyUSB1}}} -
    1967   * {{{/dev/ttyUSB2}}} -
    1968   * {{{/dev/ttyUSB3}}} -
    1969 
    1970 ==== HL7588 ====
    1971 
    1972 The Sierra Wireless HL7588 modem is not recommended for Gateworks SBCs. Please contact support@gateworks.com for more information.
    1973 
    1974 
    1975 [=#gtm671wfs]
    1976 === (EOL) Option Globetrotter Multi-function Modules (GSM/CDMA/WiFi/GPS/uSD) GTM671WFS EOL ===
    1977 This module is EOL - End of life.
    1978 
    1979 The [http://www.option.com/en/products/products/ Option Globetrotter modules] provide multi-function capability including GSM, CDMA, WiFi (ath9k 11abgn 1x1), GPS, uSD, and local SIM carrier all in one module.
    1980 
    1981 Driver:
    1982  * hso (CONFIG_USB_HSO) exposes 6 serial ports:
    1983   * {{{/dev/ttyHS0}}} - Diagnostic (proprietary Option)
    1984   * {{{/dev/ttyHS1}}} - GPS (ie for {{{gpsd}}})
    1985   * {{{/dev/ttyHS2}}} - GPS Control
    1986   * {{{/dev/ttyHS3}}} - Application (proprietary Option)
    1987   * {{{/dev/ttyHS4}}} - control (ie for {{{gcom}}})
    1988   * {{{/dev/ttyHS5}}} - control/data (ie for ppp)
    1989  * OpenWrt package: usb-net-hso
    1990 
    1991 USB ID:
    1992  * 0af0:9200
    1993 
    1994 GPS:
    1995  * For GPS you need to use some AT commands (over {{{/dev/ttyHS2}}}) to enable NMEA messages (over {{{/dev/ttyHS1}}}). The following shell commands will accomplish this:
    1996 {{{#!bash
    1997 echo -e -n "AT_OGPSMODE=1\015" > /dev/ttyHS2
    1998 echo -e -n "AT_OGPS=2\015" > /dev/ttyHS2
    1999 }}}
    2000  * You should then be able to see the GPS on {{{/dev/ttyHS1}}}:
    2001 {{{#!bash
    2002 stty -F /dev/ttyHS1 9600
    2003 cat /dev/ttyHS1
    2004 }}}
    2005  * or use screen:
    2006 {{{#!bash
    2007 screen /dev/ttyHS1 9600,cs8
    2008 }}}
    2009 
    2010 The Option GTM671WFS contains 4 U.FL antenna connections for cellular, wifi and GPS.
    2011 
    2012 Here is the location for these (looking at top of card with PCIe edge fingers to right)
    2013 
    2014 {{{
    2015   |-------------------------|
    2016   | o Cellular Main         |=
    2017   |                         |=
    2018   | o 802.11 aux            |=
    2019   |                         |=
    2020   | o Cellular Aux/GPS      |=
    2021   |                         |=
    2022   | o 802.11 main           |=
    2023   |-------------------------|
    2024 }}}
    2025 
    2026 To insert the SIM card in the Option's SIM carrier, you slide the top to lock/unlock the metal top cover (see picture).
    2027 
    2028 [[Image(Option_SIM.jpg,100px)]]
    2029 
    2030 Troubleshooting:
    2031  * If the SIM is not registered, configured correctly or the data plan has expired/run out of data, the console output will show the following error message indicating that a connection has not been established with the carrier.
    2032 {{{#!bash
    2033 root@OpenWrt:/# [62.860000] usb 1-1: hso received invalid serial state notification
    2034 }}}
    2035 
    2036 
    2037 [=#mu609]
    2038 === Huawei MU609 ===
    2039 Driver:
    2040  * option.ko (CONFIG_USB_SERIAL_OPTION) exposes 6 serial ports:
    2041   * {{{/dev/ttyUSB0}}} - modem (ie for qcom)
    2042   * {{{/dev/ttyUSB1}}} -
    2043   * {{{/dev/ttyUSB2}}} - AT Commands
    2044   * {{{/dev/ttyUSB3}}} -
    2045  * pinout concerns:
    2046   - Pin 20 (W_DISABLE#) is W_DISABLE_E active-low input on 1.8V domain with a max of 2.1V (violated when we drive this high) (not supported by current firmware accoring to MiniPCIe hardware guide)
    2047   - Pin 22 (PERST#) is RESIN_N active-low input on 1.8V domain with max of 2.1V (violated when we drive this high)
    2048  * OpenWrt package: usb-serial-option
    2049  * USB2.0: 12d1:1573: Huawei Technologies:HUAWEI Mobile
    2050  * Testing:
    2051 {{{#!bash
    2052 12d1:1573 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
    2053 
    2054 usb 2-1: New USB device found, idVendor=12d1, idProduct=1573
    2055 usb 2-1: New USB device strings: Mfr=5, Product=4, SerialNumber=0
    2056 usb 2-1: Product: HUAWEI Mobile
    2057 usb 2-1: Manufacturer: Huawei Technologies
    2058 }}}
    2059 
    2060 OpenWrt {{{/etc/config/network}}}:
    2061 {{{#!bash
    2062 config interface 'wan'
    2063         option proto '3g'
    2064         option service 'umts'
    2065         option apn 'ISP.CINGULAR'
    2066         option device '/dev/ttyUSB0'
    2067 }}}
    2068 
    2069 Link [http://consumer.huawei.com/en/solutions/m2m-solutions/products/tech-specs/mu609mini-pcie-en.htm]
    2070 
    2071 
    2072 [=#sim5360]
    2073 === Simcom SIM5360E ===
    2074  ***Evaluation***
    2075 
    2076  * ID 05c6:9000 Qualcomm, Inc.
    2077  * SIMCom SIM5218 modem
    2078   * {{{/dev/ttyUSB0}}} -
    2079   * {{{/dev/ttyUSB1}}} -
    2080   * {{{/dev/ttyUSB2}}} -  AT Commands
    2081   * {{{/dev/ttyUSB3}}} -  AT Commands
    2082   * {{{/dev/cdc-wdm0}}}
    2083 
    2084  * USB ID [http://lxr.free-electrons.com/source/drivers/usb/serial/option.c?v=3.14#L1036]
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    2149 [=#vaux1]
    2150 === Sierra Wireless Voice Audio Modem conflicts with PERST# ===
    2151 Sierra Wireless modems with the 'V' at the end of the part number have added audio capabilities that provide a differential MIC input (pins 1,3) and differential SPK output (pins 5,6). These cards require that Pin 22  (AUXV1) Auxiliary Voltage 1 analog input needing to be 0 to 2.6V. Because Pin 22 is used for PERST# (PCI Reset) on sockets with a PCI bus this can cause compatibility issues.
    2152 
    2153 The documentation on this is sparse in the Sierra Wireless tech specs however from what we've found if this is pulled up to 3.3V it causes 'unexpected issues' with the card (likely caused by voltage backfeed).
    2154 
    2155 You may find that you can't use these modems without either:
    2156  a) Disable PCI on the board if not needed and drive the pin low (contact support@gateworks.com with the model of the board you are using and what socket you want to use it in to see if this is possible)
    2157  b) Disabling the PERST# (contact support@gateworks.com with the model of the board you are using and what socket you want to use it in to see if this is possible).
    2158  c) Mask off the pin on the card or cut the trace on the card
    2159 
    21601712[=#at]
    21611713=== AT Commands ===
     
    22941846 * Some modems have a SIM slot on them
    22951847 * Others use sideband signals on the PCIe connector that route to an external SIM slot:
    2296   * The GW17005 can be used with these however it is not recommended in an environment with shock and vibe
     1848  * The [http://shop.gateworks.com/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=146&search=gw16103=GW16103 GW16103] Mini-PCIe SIM, uSD and USB expansion board can be used to provide SIM support for boards with Mini-PCIe sockets.
    22971849  * The [#GW17005Instructions GW16038/GW16062] carriers can be used in specific slots of the Gateworks Avila, Cambria, Laguna product families.
    2298   * The [http://shop.gateworks.com/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=146&search=gw16103=GW16103 GW16103] Mini-PCIe SIM, uSD and USB expansion board can be used to provide SIM support for boards with Mini-PCIe sockets.
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     1851
     1852[[CollapsibleStart(MiniPCI Information)]]
    23011853=== MiniPCI to Mini-PCIe Multiple SIM Card Access ===
    23021854Gateworks has several mini-PCI to PCI Express Mini Card adapters specifically designed for PCI Express Mini Card Standard GSM/GPRS/EDGE/UMTS/HSPA wireless radio modules on the Avila, Cambria, Laguna platforms:
     
    23361888 * GW16038 showing SIM card selection jumper block
    23371889[[Image(20131029_083627.jpg,400px)]]
    2338 
    2339 
    2340 [=#gw17005]
    2341 === GW17005 Instructions ===
    2342 The GW17005 provides a SIM card connector on a flex-cable which can inserted into the MiniPCI Express connector slot with the cellular modem. This may not be suitable for high shock and vibe environments.
    2343 
    2344 [[Image(gw17005.jpg,200px)]]
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