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PRISM-II

Originally made by Harris Semiconductor, and later spun-off as Intersil, the PRISM and now the PRISM II chipsets form the core of many 802.11b cards, including:

They are particularly useful for Linux/BSD people because the full specifications of the chipset are available, and consequently, these cards tend to have the best drivers.

The OpenAP access point software, together with a PRISM-II card, allows a Linux box to act as an AccessPoint via the card's HostApMode.

See the External linkHOWTO entry and the External linkLinux driver page.


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