From: Pablo Berra (pberra_at_laufquen.com.ar)
Date: 2002-08-13 17:37:19 UTC
You lost the original Vladimir message:
>>From what I heard Senao cards have a flaw, and after high load the card
>overheats and output signal level goes berserk. DemarcTech claims that
>they use completely different design, which does not have overheat problem
>and have passed FCC tests. Discussions about that could be found in
>equipment-l and isp-wireless mailing lists.
I have these boards and everything looks fine, but I'm worried about this problem, if it exist. I don't found information about this problem on the sites that Vladimir give here.
If anybody has more information about this Senao 200mW problem, please post it.
From: Xam R. Time [mailto:xam_at_chalupa.wi2600.org] Posted At: Tuesday, August 13, 2002 14:09 Posted To: HostAP
Conversation: Best Prism card?
Subject: Re: Best Prism card?
On Tue, 13 Aug 2002, Vladimir Ivaschenko wrote:
> Tue, Aug 13, 2002 at 12:24:29PM -0300 Pablo Berra wrote about RE: Best Prism card?
> > Dear Vladimir,
> > I don't find any article related to Senao on isp-wireless.
> > I have several Seano 200mW cards to install, and this is an important issue.
> Look on equipment-l then. It was definitely either on isp-wireless or
What do you need to know about the ~200 wm Senao cards?
I mean, heck, they are 16bit pcmcia, use a prism2.5 chipset, and work just fine in HostAP mode. The versions with connectors (sans an internal antenna) use the MMCX type.
Or, are you looking to buy them?
Be more specific?