Wilink Shared Transport (ST) Architecture

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Android Gingerbread 2.6.35 kernel in TI Git: Branch [http://git.omapzoom.org/?p=kernel/omap.git;a=tree;h=refs/heads/p-android-omap3-2.6.35;hb=p-android-omap3-2.6.35 p-android-omap3-2.6.35]
Android Gingerbread 2.6.35 kernel in TI Git: Branch [http://git.omapzoom.org/?p=kernel/omap.git;a=tree;h=refs/heads/p-android-omap3-2.6.35;hb=p-android-omap3-2.6.35 p-android-omap3-2.6.35]
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Revision as of 16:30, 11 January 2012

Concept

TI’s Wireless Connectivity chips support Bluetooth (BT), FM, WiFi, and GPS technology cores in a single die. Such a multi-core combo chip will be interfaced to OMAP application processor using a single physical port (like UART, Slimbus, SPI etc). Shared Transport (ST) software (on OMAP processor) will enable BT, FM, and GPS protocols or software components to interact with their respective cores using a single physical port (UART). TI_ST uses logical channels, over physical transport, to communicate with individual cores.


Shared Transport for WL7.png


Architecture

System architecture for Shared transport involves the following components

TI shared transport arch.png


Links to important Git Trees and Documents:

Android Gingerbread 2.6.35 kernel in TI Git: Branch p-android-omap3-2.6.35
Android IceCreamSandwich 3.x kernel in TI Git: Branch [1]

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