Just wanna share my successful experience with Wi-Fi 7 (802.11be) on the Framework 13 AMD laptop running Arch Linux, powered by the Qualcomm QCNCM865 card. This achievement has been made possible by utilizing the ath12k driver. This card feat the FastConnect 7800, which is a feature complete Wi-Fi 7 architecture.
The QCNCM865 card, featuring the WCN7850(virtually WCN7851) chipset. And ath12k is an really active wifi 7 driver for latest qualcomm technologies.
Additionally, Bluetooth 5.4 is also fully functional.
I’m using 6.8.0-rc3-1-mainline but should also work on 6.7.x.
To replicate this setup, you want to add board.bin and regdb.bin into /lib/firmware/ath12k/WCN7850/hw2.0.
sudo wget https://github.com/kvalo/ath11k-firmware/raw/master/ath12k-testing/WCN7850/hw2.0/board.bin
sudo wget https://github.com/kvalo/ath11k-firmware/raw/master/ath12k-testing/WCN7850/hw2.0/regdb.bin
Also if you are using iwd, you want to add this config to /etc/iwd/main.conf
Pretty sure that in the future, all this will be default, and you won’t need to do any of these manipulations.
Also it looks like some pople have be200s running on amd desktop systems so it may really just need an agesa fix. Maybe in a couple years (hopefully not but probably not soon XD) when we get the next bios update it just works.