As you possess the hardware and would be doing [most of] the work, can you provide more information?
What does each link entail?
Are you going to provide any details, information, etc.?
What have you done thus far?
links to models and source code gpl
sorts that are similar in characteristics
As you should have read in
Add support for TP-LINK AX55 V1 - #2 by slh, there's no SOC support for this target in OpenWrt, so it would be up to you to start from (almost) zero.
See response from a developer:
What does OEM need to do if architecture/target doesn't exist
What to do if already exists
Why did the chip manufacturer give me this different SDK, how was it developed from OpenWrt, etc.
Supply patches to upstream Linux kernel to add hardware support. Once hardware is supported in Linux kernel, we can add (ie. backport) support to OpenWrt.
Then it's easy, all they have to do is submit board support code (ie. device tree and board-specific user-space scripts).
Chip designers supply downstream board manufacturers with a software development kit. Usually this contains a (terribly outdated) Linux kernel and a minimal Linux user-space distribution, often times based on OpenWrt. Usually this is developed behind closed doors by the chip designer and it wouldn't even make much sense for them to send any of it upstream
at the point the chip designer is working on it, as the chip is not yet mass-produced and no devices for testing/validation are available in the market.
You are missing the definition of 'minimal', you will need a lot more than 'minimal' to access the flash, enable ethernet/ switch and wireless subsystems. Nor will a patch proposed last week magically make it into v5.15, no one says that it's impossible - but it needs serious development on your side.
Well, I understand that the patch just came out.
but it will help the development?
'Help', yes - but not more than a drop in the ocean.