WiFi 6 on the Raspberry Pi CM4 makes it Fly! MORE THAN 1 Gbps!
The Raspberry Pi has built in 802.11ac WiFi. But it's not that fast. Let's see what we can do about that!
I tried getting both an ASUS AC51 and Intel AX200 PCI express card working on the Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4. How did that work out? Check out this video to see the story of how I blew through my budget and spent over a month testing WiFi on the CM4!
00:00 WiFi 6 on the Pi 00:53 ASUS AC51 802.11ac card 01:12 Upgrade to 10 Gigs? 01:58 WiFi standards and AX 03:19 EDUP Intel AX200 card 04:19 Crosscompiling Linux with iwlwifi 08:14 iwlwifi Intel firmware 09:55 Patching Intel's driver 11:51 Testing the iwlwifi patch 12:53 Benchmarking 802.11ax 14:45 Blowing through my Budget to test AX 15:53 iperf benchmark results 16:50 WiFi lessons learned 17:27 Petition and Bloopers