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RockPro64 and Pine H64 Discussion Thread
(06-14-2018, 05:49 AM)pfeerick Wrote: ..........
I'd love to know what actual difference it makes to the antennas if the module is SDIO or PCIe. It's not like the wavelength changes, and power won't increase, just rate the data is sent/received at. Half think it's nonsense text that sometimes makes it into listings...
The more I read that warning at Amazon, I think that it is just warning about PCI-e and M.2 NGFF. And that it should have been : "NOTE: Only Use for MINI PCI-E and SDIO Interface, Do Not Use for M.2 (NGFF) Interface". Especially because in the product description further down ther's also written : "Remarks: Only use for Mini PCI-E Interface, CAN NOT USE FOR M.2 (NGFF) Interface.".
Also Luke confirms that the antennas work. That's more trustworthy than the Amazon warning.
Hi, do you know are HDMI TX and PHY controllers on RK3399 the same as on RK3328?

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