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OpenWrt One/AP-24.XY router board based on MediaTek MT7981B (Filogic 820) SoC and MediaTek MT7976C dual-band WiFi 6 chipset

OpenWRT official board and support
MediaTek MT7981B (Filogic 820) SoC
Dual-band WiFI 6 via MediaTek MT7976C (2×2 2.4 GHz + 3×3/2×2 + zero-wait DFS 5Ghz)
1GB DDR4
1 x 2.5GbE RJ45 port and |1 x Gigabit Ethernet RJ45 port
128 MB SPI NAND and 16 MB SPI NOR flash are used to make the board almost unbrickable
M.2 2242/2230 socket for NVMe SSD (PCIe gen 2 x1)
RTC support
PoE support
MikroBUS socket for expansion modules
     “OpenWrt One/AP-24.XY” router board based on MediaTek MT7981B (Filogic 820) SoC and MediaTek MT7976C dual-band WiFi 6 chipset.


    OpenWrt One is a device based on the MediaTek Filogic 820 SoC that has WiFi 6, dual-band, 3×3/2×2, 1 x 2.5Gbit WAN, 1 x 1Gbit LAN, 1GB DDR4 RAM, 128 MiB NAND, 16 MiB NOR, M.2 SSD and USB 2.0.
    OpenWRT One is the first board design with OpenWRT opensource communtity.and designed in collaboration with Banana Pi that will also handle manufacturing and distribution of the router board. The OpenWrt One/AP-24.XY router should provide a source of income for the project, for example, to cover the cost of hosting and OpenWrt conferences, with Banana Pi selling the board through their distribution network, and for every device sold, donating to the Software Freedom Conservancy (SDC) with the funds earmarked for OpenWrt.

    Key Features
    • OpenWRT official board and support

    • MediaTek MT7981B (Filogic 820) SoC

    • Dual-band WiFI 6 via MediaTek MT7976C (2×2 2.4 GHz + 3×3/2×2 + zero-wait DFS 5Ghz)

    • 1GB DDR4

    • 1 x 2.5GbE RJ45 port and |1 x Gigabit Ethernet RJ45 port

    • 128 MB SPI NAND and 16 MB SPI NOR flash are used to make the board almost unbrickable

    • M.2 2242/2230 socket for NVMe SSD (PCIe gen 2 x1)

    • RTC support

    • PoE support

    • MikroBUS socket for expansion modules

    Hardware interface



    Hardware spec:

    SoC

    MediaTek MT7981B (Filogic 820) dual-core Cortex-A53 processor @ 1.3 GHz

    System Memory

    1GB DDR4

    Storage

    128 MB SPI NAND flash for U-boot and Linux

    16 MB SPI NOR flash for write-protected (by default) recovery bootloader (reflashing can be enabled with a jumper)

    Two types of flash devices are used to make the board almost unbrickable

    M.2 2242/2230 socket for NVMe SSD (PCIe gen 2 x1)

    Networking

    1 x 2.5GbE RJ45 port

    1 x Gigabit Ethernet RJ45 port

    Dual-band WiFI 6 via MediaTek MT7976C (2×2 2.4 GHz + 3×3/2×2 + zero-wait DFS 5Ghz)

    3x MMCX antenna connectors

    USB

    1x USB 2.0 Type-A host port

    USB Type-C (device, console) port using Holtek HT42B534-2 UART to USB chip

    Expansion

    MikroBUS socket for expansion modules

    Debugging

    Console via USB-C port or 3-pin header, 10-pin JTAG/SWD header for main SoC

    RTC

    support RTC onboard

    Misc

    Reset and User buttons

    Boot select switch: NAND (regular) or NOR (recovery)

    2x PWM LEDs, 2x Ethernet LED (GPIO driven)

    EM6324 External hardware watchdog

    NXP PCF8563TS (I2C) RTC with battery backup holder for CR1220 coin-cell

    Power Supply

    12V USB-PD on USB-C port (might have changed to up to 15V)

    Optional 802.3at/af PoE via RT5040 module

    Dimensions

    148 x 100.5 mm compatible with Banana Pi BPI-R4 case design

    Certifications

    FCC/EC/RoHS compliance


    Online wiki developen documents: https://docs.banana-pi.org/en/OpenWRT-One/BananaPi_OpenWRT-One
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