Where it says “snap outward”, you really only need to pry outward a little bit, then push the small innter tab in the other direction to free it. Are you using this for wardriving in some kind of carputer? That should do it. I also ran into some interesting drivers for this card. Its the same stuff the Lucent people get to use.
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On the other hand, the wlan drivers have ugly config files instead of iwconfig. The other is connected straight to a small swivel antenna. When NS loads, the WiFi part of the stack apparently gets hosed, that is until the next reboot.
Users browsing this forum: That’s all i needed to test my square parabolic reflector with the Belkin at the focal point You could probably disconnect both PCB antennas and just use the external antenna, but I wanted to maintain one for everyday use around the house. When that failed, I searched for all mxc between and mhz created in the last year use the advanced search. My DWL-G does not work. We will do basically the same thing – leave one PCB anteanna in tact, and replace the other with an external jack.
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There are no tools yet to check the card link status and such that I know of yet for wlan-ng, that is. Ql280 can “tear” the box apart to have a look for FCC ‘s but since I’m in the process of moving, that probably wont happen in the next week or so.
The connectors for the Lucent cards are costly and hard to find. There are two working drivers for this card.
Mxd here are the docs: You also need the pcmcia-cs package just to compile the wvlan driver. I assumed anything with the Xtreme G capability would be difficult to implement.
From the pictures it really looked like there was supposed to be a jack at the end of the antenna PCB. Other things about this hardware.
This is a 50 ohm system according to the Intersil docs. I have copies should the FCC take these offline. I just checked all FCC pages of companies that matched. Any other suggestions mf comments would be awesome. Personally, I wouldn’t know. The Linux-wlan drivers and the pcmcia-cs drivers. Treat your gun like your genitals, only whip it out when it’s absolutely necessary.
Where it says “snap outward”, you really only need to pry outward a little bit, then push the small innter tab in the other direction to free it. Finally I ran across a company called Gemtek, which is what happens to be printed on the D-Link card. The schematics don’t appear to match the hardware in the picture, but I could be mistaken. Just solder it right on the card.
It would be nice to better match a given antenna to this card. NS Icons Explained et hoc genus omne http: Don’t trim too much, a little pressure from the enclosure should provide some minor strain relief. On some machines you may have to restart it manually. You’ll need to trim the gray plastic case that snaps together to allow it to fit through. Its the same stuff the Lucent people get to use. Using the FCC documents would probably be helpful if you were looking for information about other chipsets as well.
You can easily configure the card with iwconfig.