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All Airport hardware is Note that this interface is not Pcmcia compatible even is the connector is the same, so this card can't be used in the normal PC-Card slot of other laptops. This is why this card work only in specific Apple hardware slot and only with a specific driver. The Access Point the famous flying saucer is similar in functionality to the Lucent RG Residential Gateway, and is fully interoperable with other He has basically integrated the specific PPC patch of Harald Roellethrown away all the Pcmcia code and replaced it with RoamAbout 802.11 DS (Enterasys) specific Apple initialisation code.

Apart from that, the driver is basically the same, with the same features and same bug ;- The second RoamAbout 802.11 DS (Enterasys) of the driver was also done by Benjamin Herrenschmidt and is just a wrapper on top of the driver of David Gibson see section 3. This is a much cleaner solution, because both driver share the same source, so the feature set is identical and all improvements and bug fixes of the Orinoco driver are automatically in the Airport driver and vice-versa.

For example, this driver gained both Scanning and Monitor mode support in version 0.

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Mark S. Readme ftp: Managed, Ad-Hoc RoamAbout 802.11 DS (Enterasys) Yes Multi-devices: Quite exhaustive MPL Vendor web pages: Intersil offer this chipset and some reference design to various OEM, allowing them to build various I expect that all the people that were formerly using the PrismI chipset will switch sooner or later to the PrismII.

The rule of thumb is that if your card is not listed in another section of the Howto, it could be a PrismII card or not, see below. Some notable exceptions which are not PrismII cards: In fact, so many vendors seem to be moving away from the PrismII chipset usually RoamAbout 802.11 DS (Enterasys) warning and without changing the model name and there is so many changes happening that it's impossible to keep track of who is using what.

Please note that everything that looks like a PrismII card may not be a PrismII card, and many people are quite confused about that. Other vendors, such as Lucent see section 3. Most PrismII vendors offer regular Pcmcia cards for laptops.


Some vendors also offer USB adapters beware, some of them are Amtel cards, and all of them have performance issues. The main differences between the PrismI and PrismII chipset are a higher integration, RoamAbout 802.11 DS (Enterasys) higher performance modem and the replacement of the AMD controller with Intersil own design. The higher integration 5 chips instead of 8 allows to reduce the price and the size of the product, and to simplify the integration.

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