On Thu, 4 Nov 2004, John Coleman wrote:
>> I'm after submitting an order for one of those cards (SMC2835W) to my
> project supervisor, along with an order for 2x SMC2802W (PCI).
> Does anyone know if the SMC2835W has also been changed to the Frisbee chipset?
Alas, it was the PCI cards that I had bought, so I can confirm they do
have the new chipset.
>> Failing that, does anyone have a source where I can definately get PCI
> and PCMCIA Prism54-compatible cards? AFAIK the Orinocco cards have
> also changed chipset (possibly to Atheros?).
> Preferably somewhere to whom I (my department) can send a purchase order to :)
>> I really don't like having to pay licences to use hardware I've
> already shelled out for, particularly for educational purposes.
unfortunatly, no. I really seems to be pot luck for this kind of thing.
Best way to do it is probably to find out what ppl have working, then
inquire about those cards only with the manufacturers, then try and source
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