tlangdon at atctraining.com.au
Wed Jan 23 14:33:13 EST 2002
> Do these cards fit into a standard ISA slot ? (not sure what
> full length ISA
> means ..)
Standard ISA slot, but needs a lot of length (full length means can take the
largest ISA cards).
> will these cards communicate with a 802.11 11mbit card ? (if
> i later wanted
> to connect to brismesh which is using 802.11 cards)
No, they're proprietry and pre 802.11 standards.
> do these cards have a N connector on the rear for an antenna
> cable to go straight
> off ?
No idea on this one, never seen a card...
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