802.11g wireless PCI cards

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Kevin Miller

802.11g wireless PCI cards

Post by Kevin Miller » Wed Dec 05, 2007 8:49 pm

Can anyone recommend an 802.11g PCI wireless LAN card that works with
Neutrino?

Also, the hardware support page indicates support for the Broadcom
BCM-43xx chipset, which seems to be used in a number of cards. Are there
any limitations on what the "xx" may be?

Thanks,

Kevin

Warren Deitch

Re: 802.11g wireless PCI cards

Post by Warren Deitch » Thu Dec 06, 2007 1:53 am

I have been using the Broadcom BCM4309 802.11a/b/g (vid 14e4 did 4324)
in a Dell laptop for the last year with the bcm43xx driver.

Kevin Miller wrote:
Can anyone recommend an 802.11g PCI wireless LAN card that works with
Neutrino?

Also, the hardware support page indicates support for the Broadcom
BCM-43xx chipset, which seems to be used in a number of cards. Are there
any limitations on what the "xx" may be?

Thanks,

Kevin

Sean Boudreau

Re: 802.11g wireless PCI cards

Post by Sean Boudreau » Sat Dec 08, 2007 10:53 pm

Kevin Miller <kevin.miller@transcore.com> wrote:
Can anyone recommend an 802.11g PCI wireless LAN card that works with
Neutrino?

Also, the hardware support page indicates support for the Broadcom
BCM-43xx chipset, which seems to be used in a number of cards. Are there
any limitations on what the "xx" may be?
If you're interested in bleeding edge you can check out
the networking project on Foundry27. There's a driver
for atheros chipsets and Intel PRO/Wireless 3945ABG.

-seanb

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