Category Archives: 802.15.4

WPAN support for netifd

netifd is an RPC-capable daemon written in C for better access to kernel APIs with the ability to listen on netlink events. Netifd has replaced the old OpenWrt-network configuration scripts, the actual scripts that configured the network e.g., /lib/network/.sh /lib/netifd/proto/.sh … Continue reading

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OpenWRT/LEDE WiFi Statup Process

This article will briefly introduse the WiFi startup process of OpenWRT/LEDE system. The analysis will start from boot script which is located in /etc/initi.d/

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iwpaninfo: Bring 802.15.4 into OpenWRT/LEDE

During last few days I have worked on a new project called iwpaninfo. It is a “clone” project from iwinfo and designed for 802.15.4 protocol. It is a wrap program like wpan-tools but it only read 802.15.4 device information via nl802154 … Continue reading

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[802.15.4 Linux] Add BEE click board support for Ci40

This post will briefly introduces how to add support of BEE click board for IMG ci40 board. BEE Click is an accessory board in mikroBUS form factor. It features 2.4 GHz IEEE 802.15.4 radio transceiver module MRF24J40MA. This module includes … Continue reading

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[802.15.4 Linux] MCR20A Driver is Comming

The MCR20A expands the NXP® portfolio of wireless connectivity products by delivering a new generation of 2.4 GHz transceiver for the IEEE® 802.15.4 standard. The MCR20A provides a world-class link budget of 110 dB that ensures the longest range of … Continue reading

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