TECHSHIP IS A GLOBAL SUPPLIER OF WIRELESS COMPONENTS
This guide instructs the kernel driver integration development for Huawei modules based on Linux operating system (OS), such as Android, Ubuntu and Chrome OS. It is intended for the driver developers of the products based on Linux kernel OS.
This chapter provides a brief description of the M.2 module development kit (DVK), including:
- Introduction to the DVK
- Components of the DVK
The DVK provides a complete solution based on the data functions of the module.
For designers who adopt the module in their designs, the DVK facilitates their module-based programming and troubleshooting at the project development stage.
Consisting of a dedicated interface board and accessories, the DVK provides the following interfaces:
- One 5 V power supply input interface
- Two USB interfaces (one Micro USB port and one A-type USB port)
- One standard RS-232 interface: COM1 with 4-line
- Standard Subscriber Identity Module (SIM) card interface
- Two antenna connectors
The M.2 module is fixed to the DVK through the M.2 connector. The signals output from the module are transferred to the DVK for secondary development.
Datasheet for Huawei MU736 NGFF HSPA+ Module. This document includes an overview of MU736 and it's features. For more detailed technical information, see the Huawei MU736 Hardware Guide.
This document describes the hardware application interfaces and air interfaces that are provided when the HUAWEI MU736 HSPA+ M.2 Module (hereinafter referred to the MU736 module) is used.
M.2 is the new name for NGFF(Next Generation Form Factor).
This document helps you to understand the interface specifications, electrical features
￼￼￼￼and related product information of the MU736 module.