[MLB-WIRELESS] <FOR SALE> Ye olde ISA Wavelens

paul van den bergen pvandenbergen at swin.edu.au
Tue Feb 11 11:11:22 EST 2003

I also have 2 of these beasties... anyone know configuration details for 

in terms of power and range, mine are 650 mW with a nominal range of 35 km!!!

mind you, at 650 mW, an 8-9 dBi antenna will take one over 4W EIRP.  I would 
really like to see some details of the capabilities of these cards and how to 
tweek their settings... original software and drivers for win 3.11 !

On Tue, 11 Feb 2003 10:34 am, Jason Hecker wrote:
> Yo all,
> I have some friends who collectively want to sell their 2Mbit full length
> 8 bit ISA card Ye Olde Originale NCR Wavelan cards.  They are 2.4GHz
> devices and work very nicely in Linux with the wavelan.o driver.  They go
> very nice in a 486 with a basic linux running such as LRP.  These days,
> they are probably good for a secure link as they aren't compatible with
> 802.11anything so would be tricky to snoop.  They have a similar range
> performance to 801.11 equipment.

Dr Paul van den Bergen
Centre for Advanced Internet Architectures
pvandenbergen at swin.edu.au
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