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en:users:drivers:brcm80211 [2015/05/17 11:14]
Rafał Miłecki [brcmfmac] Add SDIO BCM4334[01]
en:users:drivers:brcm80211 [2018/07/08 07:50] (current)
Joel Brinton channel number typo
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 === PCIe devices === === PCIe devices ===
 ^ Chipset ^ PCI Device ID ^ Notes ^ ^ Chipset ^ PCI Device ID ^ Notes ^
 +|BCM4350 ​ |14e4:43a3 | Queued for 4.4+ |
 |BCM4354 ​ |14e4:43df | Unreleased hw, support dropped in 4.1 | |BCM4354 ​ |14e4:43df | Unreleased hw, support dropped in 4.1 |
 |BCM4356 ​ |14e4:43ec | Supported in 3.17+ | |BCM4356 ​ |14e4:43ec | Supported in 3.17+ |
 |BCM43567 |14e4:43d3 | ::: | |BCM43567 |14e4:43d3 | ::: |
 |BCM43570 |14e4:43d9 | ::: | |BCM43570 |14e4:43d9 | ::: |
-|BCM43602 ​|14e4:43ba | ::|+|BCM4358  ​|14e4:43e9 Supported in 4.2+ | 
 +|BCM4359 ​ |14e4:43ef | Queued for 4.5+ | 
 +|BCM43602 |14e4:43ba | Supported in 3.17+ |
 |BCM43602 |14e4:43bb | Supported in 3.19+, 2 GHz device | |BCM43602 |14e4:43bb | Supported in 3.19+, 2 GHz device |
 |BCM43602 |14e4:43bc | Supported in 3.19+, 5 GHz device | |BCM43602 |14e4:43bc | Supported in 3.19+, 5 GHz device |
 +|BCM43602 |14e4:aa52 | Supported in 4.2+, "​raw"​ device |
 +|BCM4365 ​ |14e4:43ca | Supported in 4.4+ |
 +|BCM4365 ​ |14e4:43cb | Supported in 4.4+, 2 GHz device |
 +|BCM4365 ​ |14e4:43cc | Supported in 4.4+, 5 GHz device |
 +|BCM4366 ​ |14e4:4365 | Queued for 4.6+ |
 +|BCM4366 ​ |14e4:43c3 | Supported in 4.4+ |
 +|BCM4366 ​ |14e4:43c4 | Supported in 4.4+, 2 GHz device |
 +|BCM4366 ​ |14e4:43c5 | Supported in 4.4+, 5 GHz device |
  
  
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 ^ Name      ^ Device ID  ^ Notes               ^ ^ Name      ^ Device ID  ^ Notes               ^
 | BCM4329 ​  | 0x4329 ​    ​| ​                    | | BCM4329 ​  | 0x4329 ​    ​| ​                    |
-| BCM4330 ​  | 0x4330 ​    ​| ​                    ​+| BCM4330 ​  | 0x4330 ​    ​| ​Supported in 3.3+   
-| BCM4334 ​  | 0x4334 ​    ​| ​                    ​+| BCM4334 ​  | 0x4334 ​    ​| ​Supported in 3.6+   
-|BCM43340 |0xa94c |Supported in 4.0+ | +| BCM43340 ​ | 0xa94c ​    ​| Supported in 4.0+   ​
-|BCM43341 |0xa94d |Supported in 4.0+ | +| BCM43341 ​ | 0xa94d ​    ​| Supported in 4.0+   ​
-| BCM43241 ​ | 0x4324 ​    ​| ​                    ​+| BCM43241 ​ | 0x4324 ​    ​| ​Supported in 3.7+   
-| BCM4335 ​  | 0x4335 ​    ​| ​                    ​|+| BCM4335 ​  | 0x4335 ​    ​| ​Supported in 3.10+  ​|
 | BCM4339 ​  | 0x4335 ​    | Supported in 3.13+  | | BCM4339 ​  | 0x4335 ​    | Supported in 3.13+  |
 | BCM43362 ​ | 0xA962 ​    | Supported in 3.14+  | | BCM43362 ​ | 0xA962 ​    | Supported in 3.14+  |
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 | BCM43455 ​ | 0x4345 ​    | Supported in 4.1+   | | BCM43455 ​ | 0x4345 ​    | Supported in 4.1+   |
 | BCM4354 ​  | 0x4354 ​    | Supported in 3.15+  | | BCM4354 ​  | 0x4354 ​    | Supported in 3.15+  |
-| BCM43143 ​ | 0xA887 ​    ​| ​                    ​|+| BCM43143 ​ | 0xA887 ​    ​| ​Supported in 3.10+  ​| 
  
  
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-===== Contact Info =====+=== NVRAM from EFI === 
 +Some new devices are storing the nvram which is needed in addition to the firmware by the driver in an EFI variable and the Windows driver can access it (this file should be optional in the case of PCIe devices). Currently brcmfmac does not support this automatically. 
 +First mount the efi vars into sysfs: 
 +  mount -t efivarfs none /​sys/​firmware/​efi/​efivars
  
-For driver issues and/or bug reports, please use+The content of the nvram is in this file: 
 +  /​sys/​firmware/​efi/​efivars/​nvram-74b00bd9-805a-4d61-b51f-43268123d113
  
-[[mailto:brcm80211-dev-list@broadcom.com|brcm80211-dev-list@broadcom.com]] +Copy this file where brcmfmac expects the nvram, for example: 
 +   cat /​sys/​firmware/​efi/​efivars/​nvram-74b00bd9-805a-4d61-b51f-43268123d113 > /​lib/​firmware/​brcm/​brcmfmac43241b4-sdio.txt
  
-For any other questions feel free to contact the developers listed below: ​+===== Contact Info =====
  
-Arend van Spriel ​       [[mailto:arend@broadcom.com|arend@broadcom.com]] ​+For driver issues and/or bug reports, please use one or both:
  
-Franky Lin              ​[[mailto:frankyl@broadcom.com|frankyl@broadcom.com]] ​+[[mailto:brcm80211-dev-list.pdl@broadcom.com|brcm80211-dev-list.pdl@broadcom.com]]\\ 
 +[[mailto:​brcm80211-dev-list@cypress.com|brcm80211-dev-list@cypress.com]]
  
-Hante Meuleman ​         [[mailto:meuleman@broadcom.com|meuleman@broadcom.com]]  +For any other questions feel free to contact the developers listed below
- +
-Brett Rudley ​           [[mailto:​brudley@broadcom.com|brudley@broadcom.com]] ​+
  
 +Arend van Spriel ​       [[mailto:​arend.vanspriel@broadcom.com|arend.vanspriel@broadcom.com]]\\
 +Franky Lin              [[mailto:​franky.lin@broadcom.com|franky.lin@broadcom.com]]\\
 +Hante Meuleman ​         [[mailto:​hante.meuleman@broadcom.com|hante.meuleman@broadcom.com]]\\
 +Chi-Hsien Lin           ​[[mailto:​Chi-Hsien.Lin@cypress.com|Chi-Hsien.Lin@cypress.com]]\\
 +Wright Feng             ​[[mailto:​Wright.Feng@cypress.com|Wright.Feng@cypress.com]]
  
 ===== Developer information ===== ===== Developer information =====
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 ==== Regulatory Implementation for brcmsmac ==== ==== Regulatory Implementation for brcmsmac ====
  
-This generation of chips contain additional ​ regulatory support independent of the driver. The devices use a single ​ worldwide regulatory domain, with channels ​12-14 (2.4 GHz band) and  channels 52-64 and 100-140 (5 GHz band) restricted to passive operation. ​ Transmission on those channels is suppressed until appropriate other  traffic is observed on those channels. Within the driver, we use the  ficticious country code "​X2"​ to represent this worldwide regulatory ​ domain. There is currently no interface to configure a different domain. ​ The driver reads the SROM country code from the chip and hands it up to  mac80211 as the regulatory hint, however this information is otherwise ​ unused with the driver. ​+This generation of chips contain additional ​ regulatory support independent of the driver. The devices use a single ​ worldwide regulatory domain, with channels ​1-11 (2.4 GHz band) and  channels 52-64 and 100-140 (5 GHz band) restricted to passive operation. ​ Transmission on those channels is suppressed until appropriate other  traffic is observed on those channels. Within the driver, we use the  ficticious country code "​X2"​ to represent this worldwide regulatory ​ domain. There is currently no interface to configure a different domain. ​ The driver reads the SROM country code from the chip and hands it up to  mac80211 as the regulatory hint, however this information is otherwise ​ unused with the driver. ​
  
en/users/drivers/brcm80211.1431861263.txt.gz · Last modified: 2015/05/17 11:14 by Rafał Miłecki