Commit ef6ac17a authored by Alwin Beukers's avatar Alwin Beukers Committed by John W. Linville
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brcm80211: moved power conversion functions



Moved brcmu_mw_to_qdbm and brcmu_qdbm_to_mw functions into the only
file using them. Names were adjusted accordingly.
Reported-by: default avatarJohannes Berg <johannes@sipsolutions.net>
Reviewed-by: default avatarRoland Vossen <rvossen@broadcom.com>
Reviewed-by: default avatarArend van Spriel <arend@broadcom.com>
Signed-off-by: default avatarArend van Spriel <arend@broadcom.com>
Signed-off-by: default avatarJohn W. Linville <linville@tuxdriver.com>
parent f53b170f
......@@ -247,6 +247,90 @@ static const u32 __wl_cipher_suites[] = {
WLAN_CIPHER_SUITE_AES_CMAC,
};
/* Quarter dBm units to mW
* Table starts at QDBM_OFFSET, so the first entry is mW for qdBm=153
* Table is offset so the last entry is largest mW value that fits in
* a u16.
*/
#define QDBM_OFFSET 153 /* Offset for first entry */
#define QDBM_TABLE_LEN 40 /* Table size */
/* Smallest mW value that will round up to the first table entry, QDBM_OFFSET.
* Value is ( mW(QDBM_OFFSET - 1) + mW(QDBM_OFFSET) ) / 2
*/
#define QDBM_TABLE_LOW_BOUND 6493 /* Low bound */
/* Largest mW value that will round down to the last table entry,
* QDBM_OFFSET + QDBM_TABLE_LEN-1.
* Value is ( mW(QDBM_OFFSET + QDBM_TABLE_LEN - 1) +
* mW(QDBM_OFFSET + QDBM_TABLE_LEN) ) / 2.
*/
#define QDBM_TABLE_HIGH_BOUND 64938 /* High bound */
static const u16 nqdBm_to_mW_map[QDBM_TABLE_LEN] = {
/* qdBm: +0 +1 +2 +3 +4 +5 +6 +7 */
/* 153: */ 6683, 7079, 7499, 7943, 8414, 8913, 9441, 10000,
/* 161: */ 10593, 11220, 11885, 12589, 13335, 14125, 14962, 15849,
/* 169: */ 16788, 17783, 18836, 19953, 21135, 22387, 23714, 25119,
/* 177: */ 26607, 28184, 29854, 31623, 33497, 35481, 37584, 39811,
/* 185: */ 42170, 44668, 47315, 50119, 53088, 56234, 59566, 63096
};
static u16 brcmf_qdbm_to_mw(u8 qdbm)
{
uint factor = 1;
int idx = qdbm - QDBM_OFFSET;
if (idx >= QDBM_TABLE_LEN)
/* clamp to max u16 mW value */
return 0xFFFF;
/* scale the qdBm index up to the range of the table 0-40
* where an offset of 40 qdBm equals a factor of 10 mW.
*/
while (idx < 0) {
idx += 40;
factor *= 10;
}
/* return the mW value scaled down to the correct factor of 10,
* adding in factor/2 to get proper rounding.
*/
return (nqdBm_to_mW_map[idx] + factor / 2) / factor;
}
static u8 brcmf_mw_to_qdbm(u16 mw)
{
u8 qdbm;
int offset;
uint mw_uint = mw;
uint boundary;
/* handle boundary case */
if (mw_uint <= 1)
return 0;
offset = QDBM_OFFSET;
/* move mw into the range of the table */
while (mw_uint < QDBM_TABLE_LOW_BOUND) {
mw_uint *= 10;
offset -= 40;
}
for (qdbm = 0; qdbm < QDBM_TABLE_LEN - 1; qdbm++) {
boundary = nqdBm_to_mW_map[qdbm] + (nqdBm_to_mW_map[qdbm + 1] -
nqdBm_to_mW_map[qdbm]) / 2;
if (mw_uint < boundary)
break;
}
qdbm += (u8) offset;
return qdbm;
}
/* function for reading/writing a single u32 from/to the dongle */
static int
brcmf_exec_dcmd_u32(struct net_device *ndev, u32 cmd, u32 *par)
......@@ -1380,7 +1464,7 @@ brcmf_cfg80211_set_tx_power(struct wiphy *wiphy,
else
txpwrmw = (u16) dbm;
err = brcmf_dev_intvar_set(ndev, "qtxpower",
(s32) (brcmu_mw_to_qdbm(txpwrmw)));
(s32) (brcmf_mw_to_qdbm(txpwrmw)));
if (err)
WL_ERR("qtxpower error (%d)\n", err);
cfg_priv->conf->tx_power = dbm;
......@@ -1409,7 +1493,7 @@ static s32 brcmf_cfg80211_get_tx_power(struct wiphy *wiphy, s32 *dbm)
}
result = (u8) (txpwrdbm & ~WL_TXPWR_OVERRIDE);
*dbm = (s32) brcmu_qdbm_to_mw(result);
*dbm = (s32) brcmf_qdbm_to_mw(result);
done:
WL_TRACE("Exit\n");
......
......@@ -498,89 +498,3 @@ uint brcmu_mkiovar(char *name, char *data, uint datalen, char *buf, uint buflen)
}
EXPORT_SYMBOL(brcmu_mkiovar);
/* Quarter dBm units to mW
* Table starts at QDBM_OFFSET, so the first entry is mW for qdBm=153
* Table is offset so the last entry is largest mW value that fits in
* a u16.
*/
#define QDBM_OFFSET 153 /* Offset for first entry */
#define QDBM_TABLE_LEN 40 /* Table size */
/* Smallest mW value that will round up to the first table entry, QDBM_OFFSET.
* Value is ( mW(QDBM_OFFSET - 1) + mW(QDBM_OFFSET) ) / 2
*/
#define QDBM_TABLE_LOW_BOUND 6493 /* Low bound */
/* Largest mW value that will round down to the last table entry,
* QDBM_OFFSET + QDBM_TABLE_LEN-1.
* Value is ( mW(QDBM_OFFSET + QDBM_TABLE_LEN - 1) +
* mW(QDBM_OFFSET + QDBM_TABLE_LEN) ) / 2.
*/
#define QDBM_TABLE_HIGH_BOUND 64938 /* High bound */
static const u16 nqdBm_to_mW_map[QDBM_TABLE_LEN] = {
/* qdBm: +0 +1 +2 +3 +4 +5 +6 +7 */
/* 153: */ 6683, 7079, 7499, 7943, 8414, 8913, 9441, 10000,
/* 161: */ 10593, 11220, 11885, 12589, 13335, 14125, 14962, 15849,
/* 169: */ 16788, 17783, 18836, 19953, 21135, 22387, 23714, 25119,
/* 177: */ 26607, 28184, 29854, 31623, 33497, 35481, 37584, 39811,
/* 185: */ 42170, 44668, 47315, 50119, 53088, 56234, 59566, 63096
};
u16 brcmu_qdbm_to_mw(u8 qdbm)
{
uint factor = 1;
int idx = qdbm - QDBM_OFFSET;
if (idx >= QDBM_TABLE_LEN)
/* clamp to max u16 mW value */
return 0xFFFF;
/* scale the qdBm index up to the range of the table 0-40
* where an offset of 40 qdBm equals a factor of 10 mW.
*/
while (idx < 0) {
idx += 40;
factor *= 10;
}
/* return the mW value scaled down to the correct factor of 10,
* adding in factor/2 to get proper rounding.
*/
return (nqdBm_to_mW_map[idx] + factor / 2) / factor;
}
EXPORT_SYMBOL(brcmu_qdbm_to_mw);
u8 brcmu_mw_to_qdbm(u16 mw)
{
u8 qdbm;
int offset;
uint mw_uint = mw;
uint boundary;
/* handle boundary case */
if (mw_uint <= 1)
return 0;
offset = QDBM_OFFSET;
/* move mw into the range of the table */
while (mw_uint < QDBM_TABLE_LOW_BOUND) {
mw_uint *= 10;
offset -= 40;
}
for (qdbm = 0; qdbm < QDBM_TABLE_LEN - 1; qdbm++) {
boundary = nqdBm_to_mW_map[qdbm] + (nqdBm_to_mW_map[qdbm + 1] -
nqdBm_to_mW_map[qdbm]) / 2;
if (mw_uint < boundary)
break;
}
qdbm += (u8) offset;
return qdbm;
}
EXPORT_SYMBOL(brcmu_mw_to_qdbm);
......@@ -212,10 +212,6 @@ extern char *brcmu_chipname(uint chipid, char *buf, uint len);
extern struct brcmu_tlv *brcmu_parse_tlvs(void *buf, int buflen,
uint key);
/* power conversion */
extern u16 brcmu_qdbm_to_mw(u8 qdbm);
extern u8 brcmu_mw_to_qdbm(u16 mw);
extern uint brcmu_mkiovar(char *name, char *data, uint datalen,
char *buf, uint len);
......
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