[PATCH] ramips: add support for TP-Link RE650 v2
hauke at hauke-m.de
Sat Apr 23 12:33:39 PDT 2022
You are right, this really looks like two mt7615. Thanks Piotr.
On 4/20/22 11:54, Marcin Gordziejewski wrote:
> I'm not quite sure about that to be honest - I only based my knowledge on the fact that the device is pretty much the same as the v1 - hence I copied the specification from it and only changed the facts that I knew changed. How should I go about verifying that it's actually 4T4R or 2T2R?
> (Ignore previous email, I didn't use reply to all)
> April 17, 2022 3:40 PM, "Hauke Mehrtens" <hauke at hauke-m.de> wrote:
>> On 4/8/22 00:29, Marcin Gordziejewski wrote:
>>> TP-Link RE650 v2 is largely similar to v1 that
>>> is already supported by OpenWrt. Notable differences
>>> is differnt SPI Flash - 8 MB instead of 16 MB
>>> (from cFeon instead of Winbond) and a different
>>> configuration of PCIE connections to wifi chips.
>>> Otherwise it's largely the same product as v1
>>> Hardware specification:
>>> - SoC 880 MHz - MediaTek MT7621AT
>>> - 128 MB of DDR3 RAM
>>> - 8 MB - cFeon QH64A-104HIP
>>> - 4T4R 2.4 GHz - MediaTek MT7615E
>>> - 4T4R 5 GHz - MediaTek MT7615E
>> Are you sure this is 4x4 on 2.4GHz and 5GHz?
>> For me it looks more like 2x2 on 2.4GHz and 2x2 on 5GHz. The MT7615E can operate on 2.4 GHz and
>> 5GHZ at the same time.
>>> - 1x 1 Gbps Ethernet - MT7621AT integrated
>>> - 7x LEDs (Power, 2G, 5G, WPS(x2), Lan(x2))
>>> - 4x buttons (Reset, Power, WPS, LED)
>>> - UART pinout - GND, RX, TX, labeled in the middle of the PCB,
>>> requires soldering because they're not through holes.
>>> Serial console @ 57600,8n1
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