[MLB-WIRELESS] Cisco Aironet PCMCIA Adapter
kevin at fuber.org
Thu Dec 7 22:56:39 EST 2006
Just more info on this.
the cisco pcmcia cards normally use mmcx.
here is one on a senao 2511cd
http://metrix.net/images/NL-2511CDPlusEXT2-mmcx.jpg they use the same
here is one on a cisco 350 series
one of many places you can get the pigtails (note i am not associated with
and because the pictures on techtopia are rather horid
The senao and cisco aps use rp-tnc
also make sure you do not get a mmcx-e pigtail tehy are the lucent\orinoco
style ones and are quite a bit more fragile and don't fit
On 12/7/06, Ben Grech <bgrech at internode.on.net> wrote:
> The standard on the external connector versions of the Cisco PCMCIA
> cards is the MMCX. That's probably what you've got. It's a similar size
> to the Lucent connection.
> gregsonm at aanet.com.au wrote:
> > Folks,
> > I have a Cisco Aironet 350 series PCMCIA adapter. I peeled off the cisco
> > sticker on the antenna and found what appears to be an external antenna
> > connector. It's appears to be a really small connector, is anyone aware
> > that is indeed an external antenna connector?
> > Thanks, Mark
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