I’m looking to use Raspberry Pi Zero for an application auxiliary to my main app (which is running on RPi3). I’ve read the “getting started” page (https://docs.resin.io/raspberrypi/cpp/getting-started) but I was wondering how support works for non-USB / OTG based Wi-Fi solutions. For example, a shield such as the IoT HAT: https://redbear.cc/product/rpi/iot-phat.html
So, in other words, how can I check whether a shield-based Wi-Fi solution will work with resinOS ?
PS1. This page looks related: https://docs.resin.io/hardware/wifi-dongles
PS2. The product info of the IoT HAT mentioned above says the following (see quote below), whereas the resin docs page mentions the
BCM43143 chipset instead. Does that tell us something?
We are using the same BCM43438 chip that is on the Pi 3 (read here) which supports both Wi-Fi 802.11n (2.4GHz) + Bluetooth 4.1 (Dual Mode – Classic and Bluetooth Low Energy) running at the same time.