The MicroWrt Core is a cheap and small development board based on the MediaTek MT7620A SoC (which integrates Ethernet networking and 2.4 GHz WiFi 2T2R), with 64 MB of RAM and 16 MB of flash storage, built by Microduno™. The device consists of a board with the SoC, a µ-USB plug, 2 antenna connectors and two buttons, and it has 52 exposed pins. The pins are used to stack different extension boards providing diverse functionalities (Ethernet, USB, mPCI-E, etc.) and to stack a series of Microduino™ board (which are Arduino-compatible). The device is shipped with a customized OpenWrt version.
|Model||Version||Current Release||Firmware OpenWrt Install||Firmware OpenWrt Upgrade||Firmware OEM Stock|
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|Architecture||MIPS 24KEc V5.0 (ramips)|
|RAM memory||64 MB DDR|
|Flash memory||16 MB|
|Wired network||1 x Ethernet 100 Mbps (with the MicroWrt HUB extension board)|
|Ethernet chip||MediaTek MT7530 (SoC)|
|Ethernet switch||MediaTek MT7530 (integrated)|
|Wireless network||2.4 GHz 802.11n MiMo 2×2:2|
|Wireless chip||MediaTek RT5390 (SoC)|
|Wireless antennas||2 x printed on-board|
|USB||2 x USB 2.0 host A-type (with the MicroWrt HUB extension board)|
|Serial port||Yes (TTL pins)|