Changes between Version 70 and Version 71 of wireless/wifi


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Timestamp:
04/29/2022 11:13:20 PM (5 months ago)
Author:
Ryan Erbstoesser
Comment:

add wallys radio

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  • wireless/wifi

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    1818[[Image(GW17032.png)]]
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    20 [=#wlan_dis]
    21 == W_DISABLE# pin (MiniPCIe and M.2 Sockets)
    22 Note that MiniPCIe and M.2 sockets have 'W_DISABLE#' pins that are intended to disable all RF transmission on a wireless device.
    23 
    24 Typically these signals are either driven high by default or pulled up with a pull-up resistor on-card and thus only need to be manipulated if you want to disable RF.
    25 
    26 See [wiki:gpio#wlan_dis gpio/w_disable#] for more details
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    2821[=#radios]
    2922== Common Wireless Radio Hardware ==
    3023Gateworks re-sells some of the more popular radios in our [http://shop.gateworks.com/index.php?route=product/category&path=70_74 on-line store] and has tested several others. Please see the sections below for more information.
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     25=== Wallys
     26
     27The following radios have been tested on Gateworks SBCs:
     28
     29 * Wallys DR900VX
     30  * 3x3 MIMO
     31  * QCA9880 chipset
     32  * Gateworks GW17049
     33  * [https://shop.gateworks.com/index.php?route=product/product&path=74&product_id=240 Gateworks Shop Link]
     34 * Wallys DR600VX
     35  * 2x2 MIMO
     36  * QCA9880 chipset
     37  * Gateworks GW17051
     38  * [https://shop.gateworks.com/index.php?route=product/product&path=74&product_id=242 Gateworks Shop Link]
     39
    3240=== Compex ===
    3341 * Compex - High powered !WiFi radios [http://www.compex.com.sg/]
     
    115123 * Read more about Doodle Labs radios in the [#doodle Doodle Labs Radio] section below
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     126
     127[=#wlan_dis]
     128== W_DISABLE# pin (MiniPCIe and M.2 Sockets)
     129Note that MiniPCIe and M.2 sockets have 'W_DISABLE#' pins that are intended to disable all RF transmission on a wireless device.
     130
     131Typically these signals are either driven high by default or pulled up with a pull-up resistor on-card and thus only need to be manipulated if you want to disable RF.
     132
     133See [wiki:gpio#wlan_dis gpio/w_disable#] for more details
    117134
    118135[=#support]