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Reverse-engineering pocket router hardware

Posted on Monday, August 27th, 2012 in reversed by the machinegeek


Squonk informs us that he’s experienced success in reverse-engineering the PCB and pinout of the Atheros AR9331 main SoC used in the popular TL-WR703N/TL-MR3020 pocket routers.

You can read Squonk’s project write up on the OpenWRT website.

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