I assume you are talking about the Compute Module (you don't say). If you don't understand the usefulness of the CM then you aren't the target market. Think of it as a processor and some RAM on a plug-in card, which allows lower risk product development because:I am not sure if it is just me but I don't get the logic of removing all the network peripherals in the name of industrial use which make this SBC standout among others.
Do the schematics and design files here not count?The cherry on top is that there is no documentation or reference design for users to make their own boards.
Hello, is known that RTL8723BS (2USD WiFi/BT module with SDIO) you can run on Raspberry Pi / Compute module,Killertechno wrote: ↑Mon Jan 22, 2018 5:01 pmSorry guys, I hope to not bother nobody....
I'm migrating from ZeroW and I'm trying to avoid to use CM -> USB connector -> USB connector -> WiFi module.
Are there WiFi modules (only 2,4 or both 2,4/5 GHz) compatible with Raspberry CM?
I'm a bit confused, I can find a lot of WiFi modules with SDIO interface, but I can't find drivers and/or instruction about devicetree.....
So, except ESP8266, are there any known WiFi modules with SDIO interface correctly working with CM?
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