LaFonera Hardware Disassembling

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[edit] Inside the fon router

Image:LaFonera Hardware Disassembling 01.png Before christmas foneros was giving away free routers to countries in europe. The router itself is tiny: it fits nicely in the palm of my hands (and i have small hands).

Included is a 5 v Ac/Dc converter and a simple user manual.

Anxious to see what was inside i started dissassembling. On the way i took some pictures for you all to see so read on!

As the router is small, it does not provide any additional LAN ports. One WAN port , DC input and the External RP-SMA connector with antenna can be seen in the picture below.

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[edit] Disassembling the LaFonera router

Remove the mounting screws that are located under the rubber paddings:

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Remove the antenna:

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Pry off the white casing using a flathead driver:

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Below you can see the top side of the main board. It seems to have one additonal antenna soldering point.

There is a serial port connector next to the two capacitors.

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The bottom side of the board:

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