The LibreRouter is an Open Source Hardware WiFi Router designed from the ground up for Community Networks.
Based on the the QCA9558 SoC and QCA8337N Gigabit Switch, the router features:
• 128 MB DDR RAM, allowing all the required services to run with no burden
• 16 MB Flash, plenty for most router needs
• Hardware Watchdog based on AVR8 ATTiny13, to handle failed flashes or hardware failures
• 1 on-chip 2.4Ghz 802.11bgn MIMO 2×2 Atheros radio
• 2 mPCIe slots, to connect WiFi radios or GSM cards, and allowing expandability
• 2 populated Gigabit Ethernet Sockets with RJ45 connectors
• 2 USB2.0 external connectors and 1 USB 2.0 internal connector, where additional storage, webcams, bluetooth, sensors, etc. can be plugged in
• 1 Serial console pinout allowing external debugging
• POE and POE Passthrough in the 12-36V input range. Up to 16W of external power with POE Passthrough meaing that with one cable can power all the devices in an installation, no matter if there are 1 or more routers.
• Exposed GPIO pins, which will allow tinkerers to connect other electronics to the device.
• optional GPS module
The standard LibreRouter setup will come with 2 mPCIe Power Amplified 5 Ghz 802.11an MIMO 2×2 Atheros radio based on the AR9582.
Full schematics, gerber and some project files available here