See 'WikiDevi' @ the Internet Archive (MW XML, Files, Images)
upgraded MW to 1.30 - maybe things are slightly less broken
"Parrot 11Mbps" and "MAC V3.2" is silkscreened on the board.
- This access point is a No Wires Needed Parrot 1100, like the BreezeCOM AP-DS.11.
This device is using a VLSI VPS10101-1 (Ruby II General-Purpose PCMCIA controller w/ 32-bit ARM6 core, press release on the chip from 1995) and an AMD Am79C961AKC ISA Ethernet controller.
- The VLSI CPU is presumably handling the MAC + AP functions of this board.
Per the FCC parts list..
- the VLSI VPS10101-1 is marked as the CPU
- an Xilinx Spartan XCS10 (XCS10-3VQ100C) FPGA, not visible on the below board scan - presumably under the RF shield
- an additional 128k x 8 SRAM (UMC UM611024BSW-15), which is not visible on the below board scan.
- the RFIC collection is a motley collection Harris's PRISM (the original) ICs
- HFA3860 (IV) - BBP (BaseBand Processor)
- HFA3724 (IN) - QAM (Modulator/Demodulator)
- HFA3624 (IA) - RFIC (Prescalar + IF/RF)
- HFA3524 (IA) - DS (Digital Synthesizer)
- HFA3424 (IB) - LNA (Low Noise Amp)
- HFA3925 (IA96) - PA (Power Amp)
The power adapter included with the device is a Sunpower MA15-090 (9V, 1.67A). ID/OD/Len measurements are approximate.
- The device supports 40-bit WEP encryption.
- There is no HTTP interface on these devices.
- Configuration is meant to be done through SNMP using NWN's configuration software.
- 158603-001, North America
- 158603-B31, Europe
- 158603-011, Australia
- 158603-031, United Kingdom
- 158603-061, Italy
- 158603-081, Denmark
- 158603-111, Switzerland
- 158603-AR1, South Africa