pcmcia with prism chipset
Thu Mar 18 09:40:38 PST 2004
Why didn't I see your reply before now - sorry :-)
Thanks for the information!
I managed to get a PCMCIA card Zyxel ZyAir B-100.
No antenna connecter
Output power 19dBm
It came with station firmware v1.4.2. Which doesn't work in master mode, but I
managed to upgrade it with v1.8.0 and now it works fine :-) The price was 260
Danish Kroner or about 43 $.
Zyxel also provide PCMCIA ZyAir B101 with antenna connecter with Prism 2.5 for
about 80 $.
On Saturday 28 February 2004 20:33, you wrote:
> Hi Martin,
> You can send a mail to GES in France at wireless at ges.fr .
> They provide good Micronet Prism Cards as the PCMCIA SP905BDV2 with MMCX
> connectors for outdoor antennas, which are, in fact, the "so good" Z-com
> It is prism 2.5 last generation with wn excellent sensitivity and 100 mW
> Prism 2 is an old chipset, don't search it.
> Prism 3 is only in few CFC cards for PDA or in few PCI cards which are
> CFC based on (included in the PCI PCB).
> Most production is Prism 2.5 but old models are not so good regarding
> Good Luck.
> Francois BERGERET,
> > -----Message d'origine-----
> > De : hostap-bounces+f6hqz=easyconnect.fr at shmoo.com
> > [mailto:hostap-bounces+f6hqz=easyconnect.fr at shmoo.com]De la part de
> > Martin Schiotz
> > Envoy? : mercredi 25 f?vrier 2004 07:15
> > ? : hostap at shmoo.com
> > Objet : pcmcia with prism chipset
> > I'm going to buy a few wireless pcmcia or pc cards with the
> > prism chipset and use with the hostap driver.
> > I have found some cards, but does it matter if it is a prism
> > 2, 2.5 or 3 and what is the difference ?
> > I also want to be able to flash the firmware to > 1.7.x.
> > Best regards,
> > Martin
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