Difference between revisions of "Mtx-1"

From LinuxMIPS
Jump to: navigation, search
(Linux support)
Line 12: Line 12:
 
* stackable MiniPCI bus (up to 8 cards)
 
* stackable MiniPCI bus (up to 8 cards)
 
* Power over Ethernet (802.3af)
 
* Power over Ethernet (802.3af)
 +
* i2c connector
 +
* hardware watchdog
  
 
Main Site: http://meshcube.org/meshwiki/
 
Main Site: http://meshcube.org/meshwiki/
Line 20: Line 22:
  
 
; Linux 2.4 : Fully supported with some additional patches from http://meshcube.org/dev/kernel/
 
; Linux 2.4 : Fully supported with some additional patches from http://meshcube.org/dev/kernel/
; Linux 2.6 : Fully supported with some additional patches from https://dev.openwrt.org/browser/trunk/target/linux/au1000-2.6/patches
+
; Linux 2.6 : Fully supported with the mainline kernel

Revision as of 21:30, 15 January 2008

No more available - production is stopped by 4g mtx-1 is the code-name of the hardware which is marketed as MeshCube and 4G AccessCube. it is a very small (7x7x7cm) cubic embedded system based on the AMD Alchemy Au1500 and targeted mainly for wireless mesh routing applications. The stackable MiniPCI architecture makes it very flexible for other applications as well.

it features

  • 400MHzAMD Alchemy Au1500 AD stepping SOC
  • 64MB RAM
  • 32MB flash
  • 1x 100Mbps ethernet port
  • 1x USB host
  • 1x USB device
  • 1x serial port
  • stackable MiniPCI bus (up to 8 cards)
  • Power over Ethernet (802.3af)
  • i2c connector
  • hardware watchdog

Main Site: http://meshcube.org/meshwiki/

Manufacturer: http://4g-systems.biz

Linux support

Linux 2.4 
Fully supported with some additional patches from http://meshcube.org/dev/kernel/
Linux 2.6 
Fully supported with the mainline kernel