what is the function of the two RF antenna ports 1 and 2 ?
I would use this module in a wired e.o.l. system test and I have to test a dual BT/WiFi single connector module.
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thanks for the answer.
The module is installed on Gigabyte GC-WB867D-I 867MBit Wireless LAN + Bluetooth 4.0 modulo PCIe, Bluetooth 4.0.
I don't need to modify it just install on PC; I'm not a developer.
I have another device that had only one output based on uBlox WiFi / BT module and I would just know the high level function of the two ports because I have to connect it on one of the two ports.
Let's say port 1 -> WiFi & BT antenna ? dual band ? port 2 -> diversity WiFi ?
Thank you for your time. We do appreciate it. Here is the information on the antennas.
Antenna 1 is dedicated to Wi-Fi and antenna 2 is shared with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth* and it is implemented in a way that optimizes RF (Radio Frequency) performance.
From this point on, please consult with Gigabyte* for additional information on this matter.
Hello sorry for the delay.
The answer is ok for me; we will try with this configuration:
ANT1 -> 50 Ohm load
ANT2 -> our device under test with 30dB attenuation.
This should work because our device uses just one RF to multiplex BT and WiFi.
Another configuration could be:
our device under test-> 30dB of attenuation -> 3dB splitter in
3dB splitterout1 -> ANT1
3dB splitterout2 -> ANT2
At the moment I don't need to contact Gigabyte. Both configuration are safe.
As far I do the test I will write the answer.
Thanks a lot.
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