Wow it must be early I sent that without paying regard to the 200mw part of your statement. Beyond power output I can not pinpoint specifics other then I've heard that the Cisco cards handle channel hopping far more efficient within the firmware. Perhaps other people have had more experience with the innards. Now it looks like it's time to pigtail it. Mark On Friday, Jun 6, 2003, at 11:00 US/Pacific, Mark Grimes wrote: > For one the cards have 100mW power output, so you can transmit packets > from far greater distances then your airport and MOST prism2 cards > without needing to amplify the signal from an external source. A great > number of prism2 cards I have seen are between 30-50mW (my SMC is 50mW) > and I've seen one as high as 80mW... but the higher power output is a > strong advantage when packing minimal gear on your scavenger hunt ;) > > I will test out the Cisco support when I get to work! Thanks for the > hard work Mick! > > Mark > > On Friday, Jun 6, 2003, at 08:13 US/Pacific, Lee Lindquist wrote: > >> What is so special about the cisco cards? Is it worth replacing my >> dual MMCX 200mw Sanyo card? >> >> ~Lee >> >> On Friday, June 6, 2003, at 04:24 AM, Michael Rossberg wrote: >> >>> hi, >>> kismac has now experimental support for cisco aironet cards (they >>> really rock). >>> >>> mick >>> >>> >>> -- Attached file included as plaintext by Ecartis -- >>> -- File: PGP.sig >>> >>> -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- >>> Version: GnuPG v1.2.1 (Darwin) >>> >>> iD8DBQE+4F3n6ssxlS0dtH4RAnjLAKC5P4pYgbP9wc94BSiqNuYAKk+WUgCbBKKo >>> V81/oZn38Y1il8oOC2sI+0M= >>> =bnjw >>> -----END PGP SIGNATURE----- >>> >>> >>> >> >> >> > > -- > Mark Grimes <mark@xxxxxxxxxxxx> > Stateful Labs > > "Computers aren't intelligent, they just think they are." > > > -- Mark Grimes <mark@xxxxxxxxxxxx> Stateful Labs "Computers aren't intelligent, they just think they are."