Atheros AR5BCB-00043

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Atheros AR5BCB-00043

FCC approval date: 03 October 2003

Interface: PCMCIA (32-bit)

FCC ID: PPD-AR5BCB-00043

Chipset: Atheros AR5004G

WI1 chip1: Atheros AR5213

WI1 chip2: Atheros AR2112

Probable Linux driver
ath5k (in backports) or madwifi
(see also passys)

Windows driver
see atheros-drivers.com

Antenna connector: none

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OUI: none specified

 FCC ID
AT&T Plug and Share 6700G rev 02O7J-GL245401-1A1
PPD-AR5BCB-00043
Blitzz BWP712N89-WE603H
PPD-AR5BCB-00043
CyberTAN WE603-HN89-WE603H
PPD-AR5BCB-00043
D-Link DWL-G650 rev B4PPD-AR5BCB-00043
KA2DWLG650B4
Gigabyte GN-WMAG01JCK-GN-WMAG01
PPD-AR5BCB-00043
Global Sun GL245401-1A1O7J-GL245401-1A1
PPD-AR5BCB-00043
X-Micro XWL-11GPAGRAFXWL-11GPAG
O7J-GL245401-1A1
PPD-AR5BCB-00043
For a list of all currently documented Atheros chipsets with specifications, see Atheros.



unreadable, guessing this is the AR5004G (AR5213 + AR2112) PCMCIA (32-bit) reference (ok, it must be since it supports Super G)

23.32 dBm (214.78 mW) peak output power on 802.11b mode
22.53 dBm (179.06 mW) peak output power on 802.11g normal
23.53 dBm (225.42 mW) peak output power on 802.11g turbo