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Gigabyte

GN-WMAG01

Chipset:AR5212
Interface:Cardbus.
Antenna Connector:No connector.
Device Information:168c:0013
Notes:Gigabyte offers no support for this card in linux environment, but madwifi drivers works well. This card works in 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11g+ standards.

GN-WLMA102

Chipset:AR5212
Interface:Cardbus.
Antenna Connector:No connector.
Device Information:unknown
Notes:Gigabyte offers no support for this card in linux environment, but madwifi drivers works well. This card works in 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11a standards.

GN-WM01GT

Chipset:AR5212/AR5213
Interface:Cardbus.
Antenna Connector:No connector.
Device Information:unknown
Notes:Seems to work mostly OK with Madwifi 0.9.3.2 drivers. Associating with access point using WPA worked with wpa_supplicant. Haven't tested the > 54 Mbps rates yet, as I have no access points being capable of those speeds. However, connection is dropped a few times a day. Don't know whether this is because of wpa_supplicant or madwifi drivers.

GN-WIAG01

Chipset:AR5213 aka AR5004G Chipset
Interface:MINI PCI
Antenna Connector:2x UFL HIROSE CONNECTOR
Device Information:unknown
Notes:Gigabyte offers no support for this card in linux environment, but madwifi drivers works well. This card works in 802.11b, 802.11g standards.

GN-WIAG02

Chipset: AR2414 aka AR5005GS Single Chip Solution
Interface:MINI PCI
Antenna Connector:2x UFL HIROSE CONNECTOR
Device Information:unknown
Notes:Gigabyte offers no support for this card in linux environment, but madwifi drivers works well. This card works in 802.11b, 802.11g standards.
URL:http://www.gigabyte.com.tw/Products/Communication/Products_Spec.aspx?ProductID=972
Notes:Works with Ubuntu 7.10, signal strength ok, but poor link quality and low bitrate.

GN-WI01GT

Chipset: AR5006EG, 108Mbps,b/g
Interface:Mini PCI Express
Notes:Works great with Network-Manager in Ubuntu with latest MadWifi snapshot
Notes:Is this actually a WI01GT? If so it should be AR5006EGS, XR, 108Mbps, b/g
Notes:Works from HAL version 0.9.18 onward. This card was not detected with HAL 0.9.17.2 (which happens to be the version found in madwifi-ng-0.9.2.1 in Gentoo portage as of Feb. '07). Gentoo users should install from the tarball provided here until portage is updated.
September/October 2006
Notes:I just changed my Intel Pro Wireless 3945 against this device in my Dell D620. Works great (out of the box) with gentoo kernel 2.6.23.

GN-WI01HT

Chipset: AR5414 aka AR5006XS Single Chip Solution
Interface:MINI PCI
Antenna Connector:2x UFL HIROSE CONNECTOR
Device Information:unknown
Notes:Works fine with madwifi code. Except the 5 GHz outdoor-channels for germany (>64), except tx-power-settings, except the changing of country-code. And some other important restrictions (e.g. restriction to 39mW for 5 GHz. This card is not for end-users available in germany. Gigabyte doesn't even support this card. With some other software except madwifi :( you can override/ignore the restrictions.
URL:http://www.gigabyte.com.tw/Products/Communication/Products_Spec.aspx?ProductID=987

GN-WP01GT

Chipset:(my windows driver says) AR5211 (802.11a+b/g)
Interface:PCI
Antenna Connector:External Antenna with Reversed SMA
Device Information:unknown
Notes:Manually compiled the 0.9.1 driver in Gentoo Linux using the newbie instructions and works perfectly. Also in Gentoo the madwifi-ng ebuild (which is dated Feb 2006) works perfectly. Unable to get the card working in the current 16/07/2006 Knoppix distro; the card was able to scan for networks and showed networks, but I was unable to connect to any of them. This is more likely to be a problem with me than Knoppix so give it a go if you have this card. (anonymous contribution:) Works out of the box in Ubuntu 7.04 Beta, though signal strength is reported to be lower by the nm-applet. Personally I've been unable to feel any difference performance-wise.
URL:http://uk.giga-byte.com/Products/Communication/Products_Spec.aspx?ProductID=988
SUSE 10.2 compiled from source, and use knet to pic networks , need to run "modprobe ath_pci" somtimes after updates , seems as if it should also be fime in AP mode, but waiting for another pair...

GN-WPEAG

Chipset:AR5212 (802.11a+b/g)
Interface:PCI
Antenna Connector:External Antenna with Reversed SMA
Device Information:PCI ID 168c:0013 (rev 01)
Notes:Works like a sharm and if you open the metal box on the card theres an mini pci under it with 2x UFL HIROSE CONNECTOR
URL:http://www.gigabyte.com.tw/Products/Communication/Products_Spec.aspx?ProductID=952