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Is there such thing as a PCMCIA card with an Atheros chipset that supports all a/b/g/n forms of wireless? I had a Linksys WPC55AG and it worked fine but it ...
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    a/b/g/n Atheros PCMCIA card


    Is there such thing as a PCMCIA card with an Atheros chipset that supports all a/b/g/n forms of wireless? I had a Linksys WPC55AG and it worked fine but it doesn't work anymore so I'm just looking for a better card. Or something close to it of good quality.

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    I'm not sure if there's a PCMCIA one, but there is support for 802.11n on subversion currently in Madwifi
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    Aww. What's a good a/b/g PCMCIA card then? When I first got the WPC55AG v1.3 I thought it was the best and now it doesn't work

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