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WICED Studio Wi-Fi Combo

PeFe_666001
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I need to use a BCM43362 based module with SDIO interface (Murata SN8000) on an ARM Cortex-A9 based Linux platform (Xilinx Zynq).

Please advise where to find documentation/guidance on this use case where the Network Stack is implemented in a Cortex-A9 based system running Linux OS ?

Elaboration on the drivers and how to port them is needed... Is it the brcmfmac driver that needs to be ported?

Thanks!

Peter
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Anonymous
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WICED is not designed for Linux based platforms.

The Linux source already has support for a number of Broadcom WLAN products (see http://wireless.kernel.org/en/users/Drivers/brcm80211)
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Anonymous
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But, Broadcom has some "undocumented" ports. If you have an internal Broadcom FAE or application engineer contact, you should email them and ask them if they already have a port to the O/S or platform you want to use. Even if they dont have it already, they may be willing to port to it if it is a popular one. I am going to ask them. I am hoping a Linux port already exists. An Android port should exist and Linux is not that different....
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