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WFI and Bluetoth support

Added by steven poffenbarger over 4 years ago

Does the Yocto file system support the TI or other vendors wifi and bluetooth on the DBric3?
what is the interface to the processor?
Regards
Steven Poffenbarger


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RE: WFI and Bluetoth support - Added by Bob Duke over 4 years ago

Steven,

We've integrated multiple Wifi/BT chipsets with our products. In most cases we have to integrate an external driver into the kernel.

Did you have a particular implementation in mind? Did you plan to use an on-board solution or an external (USB?) adapter?

RE: WFI and Bluetoth support - Added by steven poffenbarger over 4 years ago

I am looking at the Redpine Signals RS9113-NZB.
We may be using it in anther product Using the TI arm file system that has the drivers built in.
The biggest problem is the interface to the Dbric3 and implementing the drivers.
The only IO that look usable is the flash card socket or maybe using the USB port with a hub chip. I need a USB printer port also.
I may be able to add it to the fpga if the ARM core can access it directly without interfering with the dsp.
Regards
Steve

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