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Linux/drivers/uwb/Kconfig

  1 #
  2 # UWB device configuration
  3 #
  4 
  5 menuconfig UWB
  6         tristate "Ultra Wideband devices"
  7         depends on PCI
  8         default n
  9         help
 10           UWB is a high-bandwidth, low-power, point-to-point radio
 11           technology using a wide spectrum (3.1-10.6GHz). It is
 12           optimized for in-room use (480Mbps at 2 meters, 110Mbps at
 13           10m). It serves as the transport layer for other protocols,
 14           such as Wireless USB (WUSB).
 15 
 16           The topology is peer to peer; however, higher level
 17           protocols (such as WUSB) might impose a master/slave
 18           relationship.
 19 
 20           Say Y here if your computer has UWB radio controllers (USB or PCI)
 21           based. You will need to enable the radio controllers
 22           below.  It is ok to select all of them, no harm done.
 23 
 24           For more help check the UWB and WUSB related files in
 25           <file:Documentation/usb/>.
 26 
 27           To compile the UWB stack as a module, choose M here.
 28 
 29 if UWB
 30 
 31 config UWB_HWA
 32         tristate "UWB Radio Control driver for WUSB-compliant USB dongles (HWA)"
 33         depends on USB
 34         help
 35           This driver enables the radio controller for HWA USB
 36           devices. HWA stands for Host Wire Adapter, and it is a UWB
 37           Radio Controller connected to your system via USB. Most of
 38           them come with a Wireless USB host controller also.
 39 
 40           To compile this driver select Y (built in) or M (module). It
 41           is safe to select any even if you do not have the hardware.
 42 
 43 config UWB_WHCI
 44         tristate "UWB Radio Control driver for WHCI-compliant cards"
 45         depends on PCI
 46         help
 47           This driver enables the radio controller for WHCI cards.
 48 
 49           WHCI is a specification developed by Intel
 50           (http://www.intel.com/technology/comms/wusb/whci.htm) much
 51           in the spirit of USB's EHCI, but for UWB and Wireless USB
 52           radio/host controllers connected via memory mapping (eg:
 53           PCI). Most of these cards come also with a Wireless USB host
 54           controller.
 55 
 56           To compile this driver select Y (built in) or M (module). It
 57           is safe to select any even if you do not have the hardware.
 58 
 59 config UWB_I1480U
 60         tristate "Support for Intel Wireless UWB Link 1480 HWA"
 61         depends on UWB_HWA
 62         select FW_LOADER
 63         help
 64          This driver enables support for the i1480 when connected via
 65          USB. It consists of a firmware uploader that will enable it
 66          to behave as an HWA device.
 67 
 68          To compile this driver select Y (built in) or M (module). It
 69          is safe to select any even if you do not have the hardware.
 70 
 71 endif # UWB

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