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====== SoC (System on a Chip) ====== ====== SoC (System on a Chip) ======
-Each different OpenWrt **[[https://dev.openwrt.org/wiki/platforms|platform]]** represents a family of [[wp>System-on-a-chip|SoC]]s from the software point of view. This means, we can use the same [[wp>Compiler|compiler]] options and the same [[wp>Device driver|driver]]s to get them working with OpenWrt. The different functionalities can be contained on single chip or on multiple chips soldered to a circuit board.+There is the perpetual endeavor of making the Linux kernel work on possibly any piece of hardware available. A part of this work takes place inside of projects like OpenWrt, but also inside of the companies that design, manufacture or vend the hardware respectively products based upon it. More or less of this work sooner or later ends gets mainlined, i.e. the code becomes part of the mainline Linux kernel.
-The most crucial component of any SoC is the CPU. The company that designs the SoC, purchases the specifications for a certain CPU model from a company that designs CPUs, e.g. [[wp>MIPS Technologies]] or [[wp>ARM Holdings]] either as [[wp>Soft_IP|Soft-IP]] or as [[wp>Silicon_intellectual_property|SIP]].+Whereas of today we take it for granted to have wireless functionality as a convenience everywhere around us, in the beginning, it was a royal PITA. The IEEE 802.11 family of standards fired the imagination of what could be realized with it, BUT the available [[wp>Device driver|driver]]s for the Linux kernel were poorly written, lacked features or were non-existent. This is actually still true for some of the wireless hardware sold on the market. No matter how fantastic or potent it may be, its Linux drivers don't offer much.
-One or multiple CPUs are combined with other components, such as +From its foundation on OpenWrt has been focusing on CPE hardware such as routers or NAS, and much dedication was invested to support IEEE 802.11 as extensively as possible. Given that the initial hardware, the Linksys WRT54G, was sold about 400,000 times in the first months, it is safe to assume that the work done by the OpenWrt project had an impact.
-  * [[wp>Northbridge (computing)]] and [[wp>Southbridge (computing)]] functionality components, e.g. [[wp>Advanced Microcontroller Bus Architecture|AMBA]], UART, SATA, USB, etc. +
-  * GPU(s), e.g. [[wp>VideoCore]], [[wp>PowerVR]] GPUs, [[wp>nVidia]] GPUs, ARM [[wp>Mali_(disambiguation)]] GPUs, etc. +
-  * other PUs (for VoIP, etc) ->[[wp>Digital signal processor]] +
-  * NIC +
-  * WNIC +
-  * you name it+
-The actual production of the chip is then executed by a [[wp>semiconductor foundry]]. +===== Companies =====
- +
- +
-===== Manufacturers =====+
Most SoC manufacturers license a (soft or hard) [[doc:hardware:cpu#IP core|IP core]] for a certain [[doc:hardware:cpu|CPU]] design from a licensor like MIPS or ARM, then combine this with other (self-developed or licensed) (soft or hard) [[doc:hardware:cpu#IP core|IP cores]] for DSP-, wireless-, VoIP-, Sound-, Switch-, etc-functionality and commission the manufacturing of Chips at some semiconductor foundry. These Chips, SoCs, are acquired by different manufacturers of Routers. The latter design [[wp>Printed circuit board|PCB]]s for whatever purpose and solder the purchased chips (SoC, RAM, Flash) onto them. Most SoC manufacturers license a (soft or hard) [[doc:hardware:cpu#IP core|IP core]] for a certain [[doc:hardware:cpu|CPU]] design from a licensor like MIPS or ARM, then combine this with other (self-developed or licensed) (soft or hard) [[doc:hardware:cpu#IP core|IP cores]] for DSP-, wireless-, VoIP-, Sound-, Switch-, etc-functionality and commission the manufacturing of Chips at some semiconductor foundry. These Chips, SoCs, are acquired by different manufacturers of Routers. The latter design [[wp>Printed circuit board|PCB]]s for whatever purpose and solder the purchased chips (SoC, RAM, Flash) onto them.
-A List of SoC Manufacturers: +^ Company                      ^  CPU                        ^^^^  IP for [[wp>Mixed-signal integrated circuit]]  ^^^^^^^ 
-^ Name ^ ARCH +^ :::                          ^ Intruction set license for  ^^^  own IP  ^ wired ^^^ optical ^ wireless ^^^ 
-| [[http://www.broadcom.com/|Broadcom]]              | MIPS +^ :::                          ^ [[wp>MIPS architecture|MIPS]] ^ [[wp>ARM architecture|ARM]] ^ [[wp>Power Architecture]] ^ other ^ Ethernet ^ DSL ^ DOCSIS ^ ? ^ 802.11 ^ [[wp>WiMAX]] ^ [[wp>LTE (telecommunication)|LTE]] ^ 
-| [[http://www.infineon.com|Infineon]]              | MIPS +| [[wp>Broadcom]]              | MIPS32, MIPS64 | ARMv6, ARMv7, ARMv8          |    |                      | ✔  |  ✔  |  ✔  |    |  ✔  |    |   
-| [[http://www.marvell.com/|Marvell]]                | ARM   | +| [[wp>Marvell]]  (Intel)      |               | ARMv5 (XScale, Sheeva), ARMv6, ARMv7  |    |                      |  ✔  |    |    |    |  ✔  |    |    | 
-| :::                                                | ARM  +| [[wp>Qualcomm]] (Atheros, ZyDAS) |  | ARMv5, ARMv6, ARMv7  |    | Ubicom32, Ubicom64  |  ✔  |    |    |    |  ✔  |    |    | 
-| [[http://www.qca.qualcomm.com/|Qualcomm Atheros]]  | MIPS +| [[wp>MediaTek]] (Ralink)    |    MIPS32    | ARMv5, ARMv6, ARMv7  |    |                      |  ✔  |  ✔  |    |    |  ✔  |    |    | 
-| [[http://www.ralinktech.com/|Ralink]]             | MIPS +| [[wp>Lantiq]] (Infineon, Texas Instruments)               |  MIPS32      |                      |    |                      |  ✔  |  ✔  |    |    |  ✔  |    |   
-| [[http://www.ti.com/|Texas Instuments]]           | MIPS +| [[wp>Samsung]]              |               | ARMv4, ARMv5, ARMv6, ARMv7 |    |                |    |    |    |    |    |    |    | 
-| [[http://www.lantiq.com/|Lantiq]]                 | MIPS +| [[wp>Texas Instuments]]     |               | ARMv5, ARMv6, ARMv7   |    | TMS320                |  ✔  |    |    |    |    |    |   
-| [[http://www.ikanos.com/products/communications-processors/solos-wcx94610/|Conexant/Ikanos]]        | ARM  +| [[wp>Ikanos]] (Conexant, Analog Devices) | MIPS32, Lexra | ARMv5, ARMv6      |    |                      |    |  ✔  |    |    |    |    |   
-| :::                                          | PPC  |+| [[wp>Realtek]]              | Lexra, MIPS32          |                      |    |                      |  ✔  |  ✔  |    |    |  ✔  |    |    | 
 +| [[wp>Intel]] (Digital Equipment Corporation) (Texas Instruments)|  | ARMv4 (StrongARM), ARMv5 (XScale), ARMv6          |     | x86, x86-64, IA-64      |  ✔ |    |  ✔  |    |  ✔  |    |   
 +| [[wp>Advanced Micro Devices|AMD]]  | MIPS32, MIPS64 | ARMv8?      |    | x86, x86-64          |    |    |    |    |    |    |   
 +| [[wp>Apple]]                |               | ARMv7                |    |                      |    |    |    |    |    |    |    | 
 +| [[ wp>Cavium Networks]]     | MIPS32, MIPS64 | ARMv4      |    |                      |    |    |    |    |    |    |    | 
 +| [[wp>Vitesse Semiconductor]] |                |                      |    |                      |    |    |    |    |    |    |    | 
 +| [[wp>Applied Micro Circuits Corporation]] |  |                      ✔  |                      |    |    |    |    |    |    |   
 +| [[wp>Maxim Integrated]]      |               |                      |    |                      |    |    |    |    |    |    |    | 
 +| [[wp>Freescale Semiconductor]] |             | ARMv5, ARMv6, ARMv7 |  ✔  | [[wp>Motorola 68000]] |    |    |    |    |    |    |   
 +| [[wp>Allwinner Technology]]  |               | ARMv5, ARMv7    |    |                      |    |    |    |    |    |    |    | 
 +| [[wp>Renesas Electronics]]   | MIPS64         |                       |    |                      |    |    |    |    |    |    |   
 +| [[wp>Sony]]                | MIPS?          |                      |  ✔  |                      |    |    |    |    |    |    |    | 
 +| [[wp>Toshiba]]              | MIPS?          |                      |    |                      |    |    |    |    |    |    |    |
-For a List of Devices and Manufacturers, simply have look at the [[:toh:start|Table of Hardware]].+  * [[http://www.amd.com/us/press-releases/Pages/Press_Release_20175.aspx|2002-04-29: AMD Adopts MIPS Technologies’ 64-BIT Architecture]]
-===== Platforms ===== 
-==== Atheros ==== +==== Examples of devices with an exotic SoC ====
-  * [[wp>Atheros]] +
-  * [[http://atheros.rapla.net/|Atheros chipsets based wireless 802.11a/b/g devices]]+
-=== Atheros === +  * Cavium CNS1202: [[toh/cisco/rvs4000_v2|Cisco RVS4000 v2]] 
-Boards based on the old Atheros AR231x/AR5312 CPUs. The AR531x/231x is a platform by Atheros, which is used for dual-band and single-band 108Mb/s routers and APs. It is also referred as a //WiSoC - Wireless System-on-a-Chip//, and the radio inside often refereed as //RoC - Radio-on-a-Chip// as it is contained on a distinct chip.+  * Mindspeed Comcerto-SoC: [[toh/zyxel/nbg5715|ZyXEL NBG5715]] 
 +  * Qualcomm Ubicom32: [[toh/d-link/dir-657|D-Link DIR-657 HD Media Router 1000]] 
 +  * Conexant/Ikanos CX94610-11Z: [[toh/xavi/xavi_7968|Xavi 7968]] 
 +  * Freescale MPC85xx PowerQUICC III P1014@800MHz [[toh/tp-link/tl-wdr4900|TP-Link TL-WDR4900 v1, v1.3]]
-1. AR5001 generation (802.11a only) +===== Linux support ===== 
- * [[http://www.iet.unipi.it/f.giannetti/documenti/wlan/Data/refer/tecno/chip/APBulletin.pdf|AR5001AP]] (AR5311 CPU + AR5111 5GHz RoC)+Now that we have an overview over the companies that own/license semiconductor IP, let's have a look of the available support of their products in the **mainline Linux kernel** or in the **OpenWrt Linux kernel**. We don't much care about the Android Linux kernel or about heavily modified (and outdated) Linux kernels.
-2. [[http://mgvs.org/public/midge/datasheet/AR5002+spec+sheet.pdf|AR5002]] generation (first dual-band designs) +TODO
-  * AR5002AP-A (AR2312 CPU + AR5122 5GHz RoC) +
-  * [[http://www.atheros.com/pt/AR5002AP-GBulletin.htm|AR5002AP-G]] (AR2312 CPU + AR2112 2.4GHz RoC) +
-  * [[http://www.atheros.com/pt/AR5002AP-XBulletin.htm|AR5002AP-X]] (AR2312 CPU + AR5112 2.4/5GHz RoC) +
-  * [[http://www.atheros.com/pt/AR5002AP-2XBulletin.htm|AR5002AP-2X]] (AR5312 CPU + AR5112 2.4/5GHz RoC + AR2112 2.4GHz RoC)+
-3-4. AR5003 and AR5004 generation (Super-AG technology) //The AR5003 got merged into the AR5004. The new WiSoCs are/were in production, but they were not announced.// +For mainlined Linux kernel-drivers for the  
-  * AR2313 +  * IEEE 802.3 (Ethernet) cf. ? 
-  * AR5213 +    * E.g. [[https://forum.openwrt.org/viewtopic.php?id=17370|BCM63xx codebase with GPL'd Ethernet and USB support]] proves, that sometimes FOSS drivers for Ethernet NICs are not available. 
-  * AR2314+  * IEEE 802.11 cf. [[wp>Comparison of open-source wireless drivers]] and [[http://wireless.kernel.org/en/users/Drivers]] 
 +  * DSL is a Layer1 protocol; as Layer2 protocol usually [[wp>Asynchronous Transfer Mode|ATM]] is employed. Cf. [[wp>PPPoE#How_PPPoE_fits_in_the_DSL_Internet_access_architecture|PPPoEoA vs. PPPoE to PPPoA]]. Long story short, we require support for ATM in the Linux kernel: 
 +    * [[https://git.kernel.org/cgit/linux/kernel/git/stable/linux-stable.git/tree/net/atm/Kconfig|/net/atm/Kconfig]] 
 +    * [[https://git.kernel.org/cgit/linux/kernel/git/stable/linux-stable.git/tree/Documentation/networking/atm.txt|Documentation/atm.txt]] 
 +  * For the Lantiq xDSL support cf. [[doc/hardware/soc/soc.lantiq]]. Any better sources? 
 +  * FOSS support for the Broadcom DSL-IP does not exist. 
 +  * FOSS support for the Ikanos/Conexant DSL-IP does not exist.
-5. AR5005 generation (MIMO technology, onboard AES engine, serial flash) 
-  * [[http://www.atheros.com/pt/AR5005VA.htm|AR5005VA]] (AR5513 CPU + AR5112 RoC) 
-  * [[http://www.atheros.com/pt/AR5005VL.htm|AR5005VL]] (AR5513 CPU + AR5112 RoC) 
-6. AR5006 generation (single-chip solutions) +===== Platforms ===== 
- * [[http://www.atheros.com/pt/AR5006AP-G.htm|AR5006AP-G]] (AR2315) - 54Mbps only +Each different OpenWrt **[[https://dev.openwrt.org/wiki/platforms|platform]]** represents a set of hardware that share certain common features, such as being part of the same family of [[wp>System-on-a-chip|SoC]]s. Depending on the semiconductor company that designs the SoC, a SoC-family can consist entirely of IP blocks that are all well-supported, maybe already mainlined. But it can also contain IP blocks, for that only raggedly written, feature-poor code exists, that would never be mainlined. Or IP blocks that are completely unsupported by the Linux kernel.
-  * [[http://www.atheros.com/pt/AR5006AP-GS.htm|AR5006AP-GS]] (AR2316) +
-  * AR5315 +
- +
-7. AR5007 generation (radical decrease of Bill of materials) +
-  * [[http://www.atheros.com/pt/AR5007AP-G.htm|AR5007AP-G]] (AR2317)+
-== Devices == +==== Qualcomm Atheros ====
-  * Bufallo WER-AM54G54 (AR5002AP-2X) +
-  * D-Link [[http://www.dlink.com/products/?sec=0&pid=316|DI-524]], at least HW rev C1 (AR2313), but it only has 8MB RAM and 1MB ROM. +
-  * D-Link [[http://support.dlink.com/products/view.asp?productid=DWL-2210AP|DWL-2210AP]] (AR2313) +
-  * D-Link [[http://www.dlink.com/products/?pid=292|DWL-2100AP]] (AR5002AP-G : core AR2312@180/240MHz, radio AR2112) +
-  * D-Link [[http://www.dlink.com/products/?pid=304|DWL-7100AP]] (AR5002AP-2X) +
-  * D-Link DWL-774 (AR5002AP-2X) (discontinued) +
-  * LevelOne WBR-3405TX : AR2313A and Marvell 88E6060 switch +
-  * Micronet SP918GL [[http://www.micronet.info/up_images/english/6/462/SP918GL_Manual.pdf|Product Link]] (AR2313A) seems to be identical with D-Link DWL-2210AP +
-  * Meraki [[http://www.meraki.net/mini.html|Mini]] (AR2315) - source available for [[http://www.meraki.net/linux|Meraki's own Linux port]] +
-  * MicraDigital/Belkin F5D7230 (ver.1020ec) (AR2315A) +
-  * Netgear [[http://www.seattlewireless.net/index.cgi/NetgearWGR614|WGR614]]v3. +
-  * Netgear [[oldwiki:OpenWrtDocs:Hardware:Netgear:WGT624]] [[http://www.netgear.com/products/details/WGT624.php|Product link]] (AR5002AP-G) (v2 AR5001AP) +
-  * Netgear [[http://www.seattlewireless.net/index.cgi/NetgearWG102|WG102]] (AR2313) +
-  * Senao NL-5354 AP1 Aries2 (AR5002AP-2X) +
-  * Senao NL-3054 AP3 Aries2 (AR2313) +
-  * Siemens [[oldwiki:OpenWrtDocs:Hardware:Siemens:SE551]] (AR2316) +
-  * Wistron [[oldwiki:OpenWrtDocs:Hardware:Wistron:CA8_4 CE8_1|CA8-4/CE8-1]] aka Ovislink [[http://www.ovislink.com.tw/WLA5000AP.htm|WLA-5000AP]], LinkPro WLT-108AAP, Diswire CAP2/5 (AR5002AP-X) +
-  * Wistron CR8-2 aka LinkPro WLT-108AAR (AR5002AP-2X) +
-  * Smc WEBT-G aka Philips SNR6500 aka Siemens Wlan Repeater 108 (AR2316) +
-  * X-Micro XWL-11GRAG : AR5002AP-G (AR2312A+AR2112) and Marvell 88E6060+
 +=== ar5xxx ===
 +Qualcomm Atheros AR5xxx boards (Atheros brand) /* In 2011, Atheros became a subsidiary of Qualcomm operating under the name [[wp>Qualcomm Atheros]] */
 +  * -> [[doc/hardware/soc/soc.qualcomm.ar5xxx]]
=== ar71xx === === ar71xx ===
-Boards based on current Atheros AR71xx/AR7240/AR913x CPUs. +Qualcomm Atheros AR7xxx, AR9xxx and QCA9xxx boards  
 +  * -> [[doc/hardware/soc/soc.qualcomm.ar71xx]]
-1. Atheros AR9100 routers +==== Lantiq / Infineon ====
-As of January 2009, active work is under way to get OpenWrt running well on these routers.  AR9132 400Mhz MIPS CPU seems to be on all models, [[doc:techref:bootloader:uboot|Das U-Boot]] is the most frequent [[doc:techref:bootloader]], all seem to have 32MB of RAM and at least 4MB of FLASH. The CPU is typically paired with the AR9102 (2x2 MIMO), or AR9103 (3x3 MIMO) radio chip. Check the Kamikaze forums for latest information.+
-== Devices == +=== adm5120 === 
-= AP81 Routers +Infineon/ADMtek ADM5120 
- * Trendnet TEW-632BRP, AP81-AR9130-RT-070614-00, ar9102 2x2 MIMO, 2 removable antennas +  * -> [[doc/hardware/soc/soc.adm5120]]
-  * Trendnet TEW-652BRP, AP81-AR9130-RT-080609-05, ar9102 2x2 MIMO, 2 removable antennas +
-  * D-Link DIR-615 revision C1, AP81-AR9130-RT-080609-05, ar9102 2x2 MIMO +
-  * Netgear WNR2000, unknown hardware ID, ar9103 3x3 MIMO, internal antennas +
-  * TP-Link TL-WR941N or TL-WR941ND, unknown hardware ID, ar9103 3x3 MIMO, 3 removable antennas. details: http://network.pconline.com.cn/pingce/0803/1252528_5.html +
-  * Netgear WN802T version 2 (WN802Tv2), suggested on this page http://blog.chinaunix.net/u2/83623/showart_1353786.html +
-  * Planex MZK-W300NH, unknown hardware ID, ar9102 2x2 MIMO, 8MB flash +
-  * Planex MZK-W04NU, unknown hardware ID, ar9103 3x3 MIMO, 8MB flash, 1 USB port included, 3 removable antennas +
-  * Atlantiland A02-RB-W300N +
-  * Cameo Communications WLN2206, FCC id same as Trendnet TEW-632BRP according to SmallNetBuilder website +
-  * Mercury MWR300T+, ar9103 3x3 MIMO, details: http://bbs.whbear.com/thread-62276-1-1.html - probably a clone of the TL-WR941ND, because it uses the same firmware. +
-  * Zyxel model NBG-420N +
-  * Zyxel models NBG-460N, X550N, X550NH, 401764. They run ZyOS (not Linux) but the bootloader seems flexible.  Info: http://en.network01.net/modules/newbb/viewtopic.php?topic_id=15&forum=2+
-= AP83 Routers +=== adm8668 === 
-  * Unex RNRA-83, http://www.unex.com.tw/spec/rnra-83 +Infineon WildPass ADM8668 
-  * Unex RNEA-81: AP83 AR9130+AR9104 +  * -> [[doc/hardware/soc/soc.adm8668]]
-  * ARADA SoC Econo Series 2 +
-  * Linksys WAP-4410N, if you read the release notes for the firmware on this router you will clearly see AP83 reference.+
 +=== Lantiq ===
 +XWAY, XRX200 SoCs with ADSL2+ and VDLS2 support in OpenWrt.
 +  * -> [[doc/hardware/soc/soc.lantiq]]
 +
 +==== MediaTek / Ralink ====
 +  * -> [[doc/hardware/soc/soc.mediatek]]
 +
 +=== ramips ===
 +Ralink rt288x/rt305x/rt3883 Wireless Single Chip AP/Router SoCs
 +  * -> [[doc/hardware/soc/soc.ralink]]
==== Broadcom ==== ==== Broadcom ====
-=== brcm-2.4 === 
-Broadcom 47xx boards (2.4 kernel). This target has been dropped now that broadcom-wl is available for 2.6. 
=== brcm47xx === === brcm47xx ===
-Broadcom 47xx boards (2.6 kernel) +Broadcom 47xx boards  
--> [[doc/hardware/soc/soc.broadcom.bcm47xx]]+ * -> [[doc/hardware/soc/soc.broadcom.bcm47xx]]
-=== brcm63xx ===+=== bcm63xx ===
Broadcom 6338/6345/6348/6358/6361/6362/6368/6816 SoC. Working with no driver for the on-board DSL/VoIP on 6338/6348/6358 Broadcom 6338/6345/6348/6358/6361/6362/6368/6816 SoC. Working with no driver for the on-board DSL/VoIP on 6338/6348/6358
  * -> [[doc/hardware/soc/soc.broadcom.bcm63xx]]   * -> [[doc/hardware/soc/soc.broadcom.bcm63xx]]
-  * -> [[doc/hardware/soc/soc.broadcom.bcm33xx]] 
-=== Orion === +=== bcm33xx === 
-Boards based on the Marvell MV88 F5 18x / MV88 F5 28x SoCs . +Still no support for these SoCs. 
-  * -> [[toh:netgear:WNR854T]] +  * -> [[doc/hardware/soc/soc.broadcom.bcm33xx]]
-  * -> [[toh:linksys:WRT350Nv2]]+
 +=== brcm2708 (= Raspberry Pi) ===
 +  * OpenWrt support is WIP
 +  * no, there are NO FOSS Linux drivers for the GPU. There is merely an open source wrapper for the closed source GPU driver
-=== Kirkwood === +=== bcm53xx === 
-Boards based on the Marvell MV88 F6 1xx / MV88 F6 2xx SoCs. +ARM-based bcm53xx and ARM-based bcm47xx SoCs: 
-  * -> [[toh:seagate:Dockstar]]+  * -> [[doc/hardware/soc/soc.broadcom.bcm53xx]]
 +==== Ikanos ====
=== Conexant/Ikanos Solos-W === === Conexant/Ikanos Solos-W ===
Boards based on the CX94610 SoCs. Boards based on the CX94610 SoCs.
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  * -> [[http://wiki.openwrt.org/oldwiki/openwrtdocs/hardware/linksys/wag54g2]]   * -> [[http://wiki.openwrt.org/oldwiki/openwrtdocs/hardware/linksys/wag54g2]]
-===== Notes ===== +==== Marvell ===
-  * See a list of [[http://free-electrons.com/community/hardware/boards/|Embedded board manufacturers and dealers]]+=== orion === 
 +Marvell MV88F**5**18x/MV88F528x 
 +  * ->[[doc:hardware:soc:soc.marvell]] 
 +=== kirkwood === 
 +Marvell MV88F**6**1xx/MV88F62xx 
 +  * ->[[doc:hardware:soc:soc.marvell]] 
 +=== mvebu === 
 +Marvell Armada XP/370 
 +  * ->[[doc:hardware:soc:soc.marvell]] 
 + 
 +==== Moschip ==== 
 +=== mcs814x === 
 +Only 2 known devices (supported). 
 +[[toh/devolo/dlan-usb-extender|Devolo dLAN USB Extender]] 
 + 
 + 
 +==== Freescale ==== 
 + 
 +=== mpc52xx === 
 +Freescale MPC52xx 
 +  * ->[[doc:hardware:soc:soc.freescale.mpc]] 
 + 
 +=== mpc83xx === 
 +Freescale MPC83xx 
 +  * ->[[doc:hardware:soc:soc.freescale.mpc]] 
 + 
 +=== mpc85xx === 
 +Freescale MPC8xx 
 +  * ->[[doc:hardware:soc:soc.freescale.mpc]] 
 + 
 +=== imx21 === 
 +  * broken: https://dev.openwrt.org/changeset/35487 
 + 
 +=== imx23 === 
 +Freescale i.MX23 series 
 +  * ->[[doc:hardware:soc:soc.freescale.imx]] 
 + 
 +=== imx6 === 
 +Freescale i.MX6 series 
 +  * ->[[doc:hardware:soc:soc.freescale.imx]]

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