Wi-Fi and Bluetooth drivers for Linux and Android
The driver package contains both the source code for the Linux module and the firmware that has to be downloaded to the chip at startup. Refer to the release notes to know what kernel versions are currently supported.
Each interface type (USB, SDIO or PCIe) needs its own version of the driver, pick the right one for your application.
We also provide an example Yocto layer that will help you compile the driver for your targeted architecture. If you are using another build system, don't hesitate to contact us
if you need support to integrate the driver.
If you need a regulatory compliance test tool for certification purposes please contact us at email@example.com
All the source code provided is released under GPLv2
- If you want to make use of the chip as a full-blown access point able to support up to 64 clients, you will need to use the driver in this repository: https://github.com/kaloz/mwlwifi.git. Note that this driver does not support all the features of the main driver, and can only be used through the PCIe interface. We do not provide support for this driver.
- There is also a driver included in the mainline kernel. You can find it under
kernel_src/drivers/net/wireless/marvell/mwifiex/. We do not provide support for this driver.
You can find older versions of the drivers on the following page