Naim Audio - NAIT 2

Naim Audio - NAIT 2

The Naim NAIT (acronym for “Naim Audio Integrated amplifier”) is an integrated amplifier from the British hi-fi manufacturer, Naim Audio. The original NAIT is one of the most recognisable pieces of hi-fi equipment ever made. Hi-fi critic Lucio Cadeddu recognised its legendary status, referring to it as “one of the most controversial and famous integrated amps in the history of HiFi”.

Picture of Naim NAIT 2 in chrome bumper version (1988 to 1989).

Raspberry Pi - QMI Interface with LTE base HAT

Raspberry Pi - QMI Interface with LTE base HAT

The Qualcomm MSM Interface is a proprietary interface for interacting with Qualcomm baseband processors and is a replacement for the legacy cellular extensions of the Hayes command set. With mobile chipsets, communication between the application processor and the baseband processor happens through shared memory. On PCs with data cards, QMI is exposed through USB.
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