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Autopilot integration will be accomplished in a phased approach. The initial autopilot support will be for STEC systems (which have their own roll/pitch source) and allow the heading bug on the AV-30 to drive the heading datum input on the autopilot. This interface will be accomplished with the APA-MINI converter. Follow on autopilot integration will occur over time, with most likely the Century systems first. These interfaces provide roll and pitch, in addition to the heading datum, to the autopilot. This interface is accomplished with the APA-10 converter. The APA-10 converter also provides ARINC 429 interface capability, which allows full vertical and lateral deviations from a digital navigational radio to be displayed. The AV-30 display component is provisioned for these interfaces, but will require a software update with the applicable autopilot adapter becomes available.

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SSDs can use traditional HDD interfaces and form factors, or newer interfaces and form factors that exploit specific advantages of the flash memory in SSDs. Traditional interfaces (e.g. SATA and SAS) and standard HDD form factors allow such SSDs to be used as drop-in replacements for HDDs in computers and other devices. Newer form factors such as mSATA, M.2, U.2, NF1/M.3/NGSFF,[12][13] XFM Express (Crossover Flash Memory, form factor XT2)[14] and EDSFF (formerly known as Ruler SSD)[15][16] and higher speed interfaces such as NVM Express (NVMe) over PCI Express (PCIe) can further increase performance over HDD performance.[6] SSDs have a limited lifetime number of writes, and also slow down as they reach their full storage capacity

In 2019, Gigabyte Technology demonstrated an 8 TB 16-lane PCIe 4.0 SSD with 15.0 GB/s sequential read and 15.2 GB/s sequential write speeds at Computex 2019. It included a fan, as new, high speed SSDs run at high temperatures.[67] Also in 2019, NVMe M.2 SSDs using the PCIe 4.0 interface were launched. These SSDs have read speeds of up to 5.0 GB/s and write speeds of up to 4.4 GB/s. Due to their high speed operation, these SSDs use large heatsinks and, without sufficient cooling airflow, will typically thermally throttle down after roughly 15 minutes of continuous operation at full speed.[68] Samsung also introduced SSDs capable of 8 GB/s sequential read and write speeds and 1.5 million IOPS, capable of moving data from damaged chips to undamaged chips, to allow the SSD to continue working normally, albeit at a lower capacity.[69][70][71]

Every SSD includes a controller that incorporates the electronics that bridge the NAND memory components to the host computer. The controller is an embedded processor that executes firmware-level code and is one of the most important factors of SSD performance.[79] Some of the functions performed by the controller include:[80][81]

Form factors which were more common to memory modules are now being used by SSDs to take advantage of their flexibility in laying out the components. Some of these include PCIe, mini PCIe, mini-DIMM, MO-297, and many more.[137] The SATADIMM from Viking Technology uses an empty DDR3 DIMM slot on the motherboard to provide power to the SSD with a separate SATA connector to provide the data connection back to the computer. The result is an easy-to-install SSD with a capacity equal to drives that typically take a full 2.5-inch drive bay.[138] At least one manufacturer, Innodisk, has produced a drive that sits directly on the SATA connector (SATADOM) on the motherboard without any need for a power cable.[139] Some SSDs are based on the PCIe form factor and connect both the data interface and power through the PCIe connector to the host. These drives can use either direct PCIe flash controllers[140] or a PCIe-to-SATA bridge device which then connects to SATA flash controllers.[141]

Making a comparison between SSDs and ordinary (spinning) HDDs is difficult. Traditional HDD benchmarks tend to focus on the performance characteristics that are poor with HDDs, such as rotational latency and seek time. As SSDs do not need to spin or seek to locate data, they may prove vastly superior to HDDs in such tests. However, SSDs have challenges with mixed reads and writes, and their performance may degrade over time. SSD testing must start from the (in use) full drive, as the new and empty (fresh, out-of-the-box) drive may have much better write performance than it would show after only weeks of use.[147]

In traditional HDDs, a rewritten file will generally occupy the same location on the disk surface as the original file, whereas in SSDs the new copy will often be written to different NAND cells for the purpose of wear leveling. The wear-leveling algorithms are complex and difficult to test exhaustively; as a result, one major cause of data loss in SSDs is firmware bugs.[155][156]

Windows implements TRIM command for more than just file-delete operations. The TRIM operation is fully integrated with partition- and volume-level commands such as format and delete, with file-system commands relating to truncate and compression, and with the System Restore (also known as Volume Snapshot) feature.[253]

Windows 8.1 and later Windows systems also support automatic TRIM for PCI Express SSDs based on NVMe. For Windows 7, the KB2990941 update is required for this functionality and needs to be integrated into Windows Setup using DISM if Windows 7 has to be installed on the NVMe SSD. Windows 8/8.1 also support the SCSI unmap command for USB-attached SSDs or SATA-to-USB enclosures. SCSI Unmap is a full analog of the SATA TRIM command. It is also supported over USB Attached SCSI Protocol (UASP).

DSL will not work at all on devices with BCM63xx DSL chipset (due to unavailability of FLOSS driver for Broadcom chips). Consider this when choosing a device to buy, or when deciding to flash OpenWrt on your device because it is listed as supported.See Broadcom DSL, Unsupported: DSL modem and Broadcom BCM63xx for details.

This device is supported by OpenWrt since Chaos Calmer 15.05 official release. Supported features include Ethernet, USB, and Wi-Fi partially. As usual with Broadcom devices, the integrated DSL modem is not supported, and Wi-Fi functionality is limited to 802.11b/g only modes. If you need the DSL modem or the Wi-Fi 802.1n to be functional, please, don't flash this box with OpenWrt.

The board variant as well as basic info such as firmware version, bootloader, etc can be accessed via the web interface of the stock firmware, which is usually at or and which is branded by the provider. There are no management protocols available (e.g. telnet/ssh) other than the web UI.

Prerequisite for OpenWrt installation is a bootloader upgrade. Native Alcatel/Thomson bootloader is not compatible with OpenWrt. To successfully run OpenWrt we need to replace the factory bootloader with a clean CFE able to launch OpenWrt. This procedure requires direct access to flash memory to erase it and flash CFE on it.

Credits: this whole bootloader upgrade procedure is the result of the hard work done by some members of an Italian user community (Link1, Link2, Link3) that released this information to unlock the original firmware. It has been adapted to flash a working CFE image by integrating that information with what's currently available on the OpenWrt forum thread about TG582n

If you haven't done it yet, download OpenWrt 15.05 Chaos Calmer A4001N image _calmer/15.05/brcm63xx/generic/openwrt-15.05-brcm63xx-generic-A4001N-squashfs-cfe.bin.Then connect to the CFE web interface, click browse and select openwrt-15.05-brcm63xx-generic-A4001N-squashfs-cfe.bin as firmware. Once you proceed, the flashing process starts and in few minutes your new openwrt-powered TG582n will come online. If you're monitoring the board with serial port, you'll see the process in details. The management IP address will be (if your PC interface is still on 192.168.2.x you have to change it to 192.168.1.x - a DHCP server might be already running on OpenWrt so you might try to put it back to DHCP mode straight away).

Decompressing Bootloader..............................Gateway initialization sequence started.Version BL: 1.0.5Multicore disable; Booting Linux kernelBOOTING THE LINUX KERNELStarting the kernel @ 0x801ddde0Extra parameters passed to Linux: [0]: bootloader [1]: memsize=0x3EDD000Linux version 2.6.30 (gcc version 3.4.6) #1 Wed Jul 20 16:54:36 CST 2011BCM63XX prom initCPU revision is: 0002a075 (Broadcom4350)Determined physical RAM map: memory: 03edb000 @ 00002000 (usable)Wasting 64 bytes for tracking 2 unused pagesZone PFN ranges: DMA 0x00000002 -> 0x00001000 Normal 0x00001000 -> 0x00003eddMovable zone start PFN for each nodeearly_node_map[1] active PFN ranges 0: 0x00000002 -> 0x00003eddOn node 0 totalpages: 16091free_area_init_node: node 0, pgdat 80234390, node_mem_map 81000040 DMA zone: 32 pages used for memmap DMA zone: 0 pages reserved DMA zone: 4062 pages, LIFO batch:0 Normal zone: 94 pages used for memmap Normal zone: 11903 pages, LIFO batch:1Built 1 zonelists in Zone order, mobility grouping on. Total pages: 15965Kernel command line: root=31:0 ro noinitrd memsize=0x3EDD000 console=ttyS0,115200 root=/dev/mtdblock2 rootfstype=squashfswait instruction: enabledPrimary instruction cache 32kB, VIPT, 4-way, linesize 16 bytes.Primary data cache 32kB, 2-way, VIPT, cache aliases, linesize 16 bytesNR_IRQS:128PID hash table entries: 256 (order: 8, 1024 bytes)console [ttyS0] enabledDentry cache hash table entries: 8192 (order: 3, 32768 bytes)Inode-cache hash table entries: 4096 (order: 2, 16384 bytes)Memory: 61168k/64364k available (1874k kernel code, 3176k reserved, 323k data, 108k init, 0k highmem)Calibrating delay loop... 318.46 BogoMIPS (lpj=159232)Mount-cache hash table entries: 512--Kernel Config-- SMP=0 PREEMPT=0 DEBUG_SPINLOCK=0 DEBUG_MUTEXES=0net_namespace: 584 bytesNET: Registered protocol family 16registering PCI controller with io_map_base unsetregistering PCI controller with io_map_base unsetbio: create slab at 0usbcore: registered new interface driver usbfsusbcore: registered new interface driver hubusbcore: registered new device driver usbpci 0000:00:09.0: reg 10 32bit mmio: [0x10002600-0x100026ff]pci 0000:00:0a.0: reg 10 32bit mmio: [0x10002500-0x100025ff]pci 0000:01:00.0: PME# supported from D0 D3hotpci 0000:01:00.0: PME# disabledpci 0000:02:00.0: reg 10 64bit mmio: [0x000000-0x003fff]pci 0000:02:00.0: supports D1 D2pci 0000:01:00.0: PCI bridge, secondary bus 0000:02pci 0000:01:00.0: IO window: disabledpci 0000:01:00.0: MEM window: 0x10f00000-0x10ffffffpci 0000:01:00.0: PREFETCH window: disabledPCI: Enabling device 0000:01:00.0 (0000 -> 0002)PCI: Setting latency timer of device 0000:01:00.0 to 64BLOG Rule v1.0 InitializedBroadcom IQoS v0.1 Jul 20 2011 16:52:32 initializedNET: Registered protocol family 2IP route cache hash table entries: 1024 (order: 0, 4096 bytes)TCP established hash table entries: 2048 (order: 2, 16384 bytes)TCP bind hash table entries: 2048 (order: 1, 8192 bytes)TCP: Hash tables configured (established 2048 bind 2048)TCP reno registeredNET: Registered protocol family 1squashfs: version 4.0 (2009/01/31) Phillip Loughersquashfs: version 4.0 with LZMA457 ported by BRCMJFFS2 version 2.2. (NAND) 2001-2006 Red Hat, Inc.msgmni has been set to 119io scheduler noop registered (default)Gateway flash mappingflash mapping initializedCreating 4 MTD partitions on "thomson-spi":0x000000040000-0x0000000b0000 : "userfs"0x000000020000-0x000000040000 : "mtdss"0x000000180000-0x000000800000 : "rootfs"0x0000000b0000-0x000000180000 : "kernel"brcmboard: brcm_board_init entrySerial: BCM63XX driver $Revision: 3.00 $ttyS0 at MMIO 0xb0000100 (irq = 36) is a BCM63XXttyS1 at MMIO 0xb0000100 (irq = 36) is a BCM63XXttyS2 at MMIO 0xb0000120 (irq = 47) is a BCM63XXTCP cubic registeredNET: Registered protocol family 17NET: Registered protocol family 15VFS: Mounted root (squashfs filesystem) readonly on device 31:2.Freeing unused kernel memory: 108k freedinit started: BusyBox v1.00 (2011.07.20-08:57+0000) multi-call binaryinit started: BusyBox v1.00 (2011.07.20-08:57+0000) multi-call binaryStarting pid 111, console /dev/ttyS0: '/etc/init.d/rcS'Initializing random number generatorMounting encrypted partitions ...insmod: loop.ko: no module by that name foundWarning: assuming 'archivefs' is on mtdblock3/etc/init.d/cryptomount: 25: /usr/sbin/fssetup: not foundmount: Mounting /dev/loop0 on /archive failed: No such device or addressUsing /lib/modules/kserport.kokserport: module license 'unspecified' taints kernel.Disabling lock debugging due to kernel taintUsing /nmon/nmon.koloading geniodb kernel modules...Using /lib/modules/geniodb.ko geniodb driver: Loading ... geniodb driver: Loading finished with SUCCESSButton char device has been created and initialized.[BCM ADSL] BcmAdsl_SetOverlayMode = 85 new=0tmm_skb_desc.queuesize = 300queue: 0xc09a3708queue: 0xc09a3708, rp: 0xc09a3708, wp: 0xc09a3708[BCM ADSL] ------ dslFileLoadImage : OverlayMode = 0 fname=ZXD3AApci 0000:00:09.0: firmware: requesting ZXD3AApSdramPHY=0xA3FFFFF8, 0x46F57 0xDEBDBEEF[BCM ADSL] Firmware load : 547100 547100 LMEM=(0xB0D80000, 41280) SDRAM=(0xA3F00000, 505812)pci 0000:00:09.0: firmware: requesting phy*** PhySdramSize got adjusted: 0x7B7D4 => 0x91368 ***AdslCoreSharedMemInit: shareMemAvailable=453744BcmOs_vmalloc : wrong size = 18608AdslCoreHwReset: Failed to calloc for pLocSbStaAdslCoreHwReset: pLocSbSta=0 bkupThreshold=1600AdslCoreHwReset: AdslOemDataAddr = 0xA3F71E48ADSL PHY version is A2pDT001g.d23gb6w_initFOUND WL DEVICE 0, bus=2, device=0, func=0, vendorid=14E4, deviceid=A8DC, regaddr=10F00000, irq=31wl:srom not detected, using main memory mapped srom info(wombo board)veth0 (): not using net_device_ops yetNET: Registered protocol family 3NET: Registered protocol family 9NET: Registered protocol family 6NET: Registered protocol family 4NET: Registered protocol family 5NET: Registered protocol family 18NET: Registered protocol family 25insmod: rawstorage.ko: no module by that name foundDevice ipsec not present.voice will be loadedmodprobe: module l2cap not found.modprobe: failed to load module l2capinsmod: rawstorage.ko: no module by that name foundDevice endpoint not present.Device ikanos not present.Starting pid 350, console /dev/ttyS0: '/etc/init.d/rc'Switching to RUNLEVEL 1 ...Disabling hotplug helperroute: SIOC[ADDDEL]RT: File existslinux application start ...wait for linux_appl to initialize (1)wait for linux_appl to initialize (2)************* ERROR RECORD *************000000:00:00.000000Application NMON started after POWERON.****************** END *****************appl_init: BUILD VERIFIED!wait for linux_appl to initialize (3)wait for linux_appl to initialize (4)[SS EMUL] ERR: opening config file /active/ss.conf failedEnd of initialisation start fseventd ... fseventd is started. start storagepl ... storagepl is started start vfspl ... vfspl is startedMVFS plugin startedcifs plug-in: initializing ... cifs plug-in is startedupnpavpl start .../usr/bin/fusermountLoading fuse modulefuse init (API version 7.11).Mounting fuse control filesystem.linuxappl: start loading after [ 3924ms ]WARNING: Unknown Parameter Type ifmfilterWARNING: Unknown Parameter Type ifmfilterS67stopload: wait until configuration load reaches phase 9...S67stopload: wait until configuration load reaches phase 9 (now -1, 1s)WARNING: Unknown Parameter Type brgroupWARNING: Unknown Parameter Type brgroupadsl: adsl_open entryADSL Line state is: DOWN[adsl] trace = 5 0S67stopload: wait until configuration load reaches phase 9 (now -1, 2s)The OBC bridge interface cannot be removed from this VLAN, because OBC is defined as untagged.S67stopload: wait until configuration load reaches phase 9 (now 3, 3s)S67stopload: wait until configuration load reaches phase 9 (now 3, 4s)S67stopload: wait until configuration load reaches phase 9 (now 3, 5s)S67stopload: wait until configuration load reaches phase 9 (now 3, 6s)S67stopload: wait until configuration load reaches phase 9 (now 3, 7s)DyingGasp RIP BIT is set![ERROR : [DIAG 1004] -1 ]ADSL configuration: adslmultimode = adsl2plus syslog = disabledThe OBC bridge interface cannot be removed from this VLAN, because OBC is defined as untagged.S67stopload: wait until configuration load reaches phase 9 (now 3, 8s)Failed to add host 58:98:35:9b:dd:bcstopping the pureftp-server ...S67stopload: wait until configuration load reaches phase 9 (now 3, 9s)the pureftp-server is stoppedstopping the pure-authd ...the pure-authd is stopped63xx USB Host Clock disableS67stopload: wait until configuration load reaches phase 9 (now 6, 10s)S67stopload: wait until configuration load reaches phase 9 (now 6, 11s)S67stopload: wait until configuration load reaches phase 9 (now 6, 12s)S67stopload: wait until configuration load reaches phase 9 (now 6, 13s)S67stopload: wait until configuration load reaches phase 9 (now 6, 14s)S67stopload: configuration load reached phase 9...Intel MicroStack 1.0 - Digital Media Server (DLNA 1.5)(pid = 829),loc_generate_uuid:3a56141b-123b-59e2-9daf-c006d02343a6nlplugd start ...Initializing.Starting netlink pluginDaemonize netlink pluginudhcpcd start ...monitoripd start ...anti_spoofd start ...anti_spoofd : process exit ! start mud ...Starting power manager...Username :


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