Hello all,

I'm also interested in the performance of the WiFi on Zephyr.

I would like to ask if this info is relevant:



and how we could improve the performance of the Zephyr WiFi based on this information.

Best regards,

On Thu, Jan 30, 2014 at 11:54 PM, Scott Ellis <scott@jumpnowtek.com> wrote:
Backported patches for the firmware loading issue are here



That's a Yocto [dylan] meta-layer. I've been testing on a [dora] system,
but it's the same kernel.

I've been rebooting two COMs repeatedly for a few hours now with
no failures. Cold and warm reboots. One slow SD card, one fast.
That's longer then I've ever gone without a firmware loading failure
with a slow card.

One of the boards, the slow card, on one occasion had a problem
when I brought down uap0 manually.

Repeated messages like this
mwifiex_sdio mmc1:0001:1: read mp_regs failed

I couldn't bring the interface back up, but after a reboot everything
was fine again.  I only saw this error once.

These patches do nothing to improve the wifi throughput speed.
They are only for the firmware loading.

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