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Schematics of Wifi/BT module
#1
Hello,

Is there available the schematics of Wifi/BT module?

Thank you
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#2
There is no schematic of the module, just the pinout on the regular Pine64 schematics, it is just a carrier board for the Realtek module... what info do you need?
Come have a chat in the Pine A64 IRC channel >>
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#3
I just want to implement into my board with SOPINE the RTD8723BS chip, and I want to make it working with default driver in SOPINE linux images (dunno if it's using modified version or it's used the module which is in the kernel). Also, it would be possible to use AP6359SA in SOPINE (i think this shouldn't be a problem), and also provide schematics from the board? RTD8723BS is very unstable on Linux and I would be glad to use something more stable and reliable :-)

Thanks
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#4
(09-06-2018, 02:11 AM)gamelaster Wrote: I just want to implement into my board with SOPINE the RTD8723BS chip, and I want to make it working with default driver in SOPINE linux images (dunno if it's using modified version or it's used the module which is in the kernel). Also, it would be possible to use AP6359SA in SOPINE (i think this shouldn't be a problem), and also provide schematics from the board? RTD8723BS is very unstable on Linux and I would be glad to use something more stable and reliable :-)

Thanks

For hardware point of view, possible to use AP6359A but somebody needs to develop the driver.
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#5
(09-07-2018, 12:01 AM)tllim Wrote:
(09-06-2018, 02:11 AM)gamelaster Wrote: I just want to implement into my board with SOPINE the RTD8723BS chip, and I want to make it working with default driver in SOPINE linux images (dunno if it's using modified version or it's used the module which is in the kernel). Also, it would be possible to use AP6359SA in SOPINE (i think this shouldn't be a problem), and also provide schematics from the board? RTD8723BS is very unstable on Linux and I would be glad to use something more stable and reliable :-)

Thanks

For hardware point of view, possible to use AP6359A but somebody needs to develop the driver.

BRCMFMAC driver contains a support for AP6358SA, there is a driver for it which have config for AP6358SA:
https://github.com/kszaq/brcmfmac_sdio-firmware-aml
I could try to implement for SOPINE, just I need schematics of module for Rock64Pro, since there is almost no documentation for this chip so I can't make my own board. It will be possible to publish it?
Thanks
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#6
(09-07-2018, 03:11 AM)gamelaster Wrote:
(09-07-2018, 12:01 AM)tllim Wrote:
(09-06-2018, 02:11 AM)gamelaster Wrote: I just want to implement into my board with SOPINE the RTD8723BS chip, and I want to make it working with default driver in SOPINE linux images (dunno if it's using modified version or it's used the module which is in the kernel). Also, it would be possible to use AP6359SA in SOPINE (i think this shouldn't be a problem), and also provide schematics from the board? RTD8723BS is very unstable on Linux and I would be glad to use something more stable and reliable :-)

Thanks

For hardware point of view, possible to use AP6359A but somebody needs to develop the driver.

BRCMFMAC driver contains a support for AP6358SA, there is a driver for it which have config for AP6358SA:
https://github.com/kszaq/brcmfmac_sdio-firmware-aml
I could try to implement for SOPINE, just I need schematics of module for Rock64Pro, since there is almost no documentation for this chip so I can't make my own board. It will be possible to publish it?
Thanks

Should able to publish Lets me request and may takes few days for the release.
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#7
Here is the ROCKpro64 Wifi/BT schematic, http://files.pine64.org/doc/rockpro64/ro...6359SA.pdf

Note that this module can plug into the PINE A64 board but no driver available yet.
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#8
Thank you tllim, I highly appreciate that. I will try to make it working on SOPINE, I will tell the results later
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