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Ubiquiti

SuperRange2

Chipset: 802.11 b/g Atheros 5213 MAC/Baseband | Atheros 2112 RF Chip
URL:http://www.ubnt.com
Interface:PCI
Antenna Connector:1 MMCX, 1 RP-SMA
Device Information:PCI ID: 168c:2041 (rev 01)
Notes: This card requires an antenna to detect wireless signals as there is no internal antenna, though the MMCX connector is on the card and not on the back slot. It is a mini-pci card with a mini->pci adapter and uses Ubiquiti's SR2 card with high power operation. Working as a client with wpa_supplicant on a clean install of Ubuntu 6.06, using ath_hal 0.9.14.9, wlan 0.8.6.0, ath_rate_sample 1.2, and ath_pci 0.9.6.0.

SWX-SRC

Chipset:802.11a/b/g AR5004X (AR5213 + AR5112)
URL:http://www.ubnt.com/super_range_cardbus.php4
Interface:Cardbus
Antenna Connector:2 MMCX
Device Information:PCI ID: 168c:0013 (rev 01)
Notes: 300mW TX power (do not trust txpower given by iwconfig).
Changing txpower does not effect measured card output power

XtremeRange2

Chipset:802.11b/g AR5006XS (AR5414)
URL:http://www.ubnt.com/xtreme_range2.php4
Interface:miniPCI
Antenna Connector:1 MMCX
Device Information:PCI ID: 168c:001b (rev 01)
Notes:1. First "Carrier-Class" 802.11b/g card with improved sensistivity and selectivity receiver design.
2. Industrial temperature operation -45C-+85C.
3. 1000mW peak power (30dBm) and up to 600mW average power (28dBm).
4. Integrated ESD/EMP protection circuitry greatly enhances outdoor reliability.

XtremeRange5

Chipset:802.11a AR5006XS (AR5414)
URL:http://www.ubnt.com/xtreme_range5.php4
Interface:miniPCI
Antenna Connector:1 MMCX
Device Information:PCI ID: 168c:001b (rev 01)
Notes:1. First "Carrier-Class" 802.11a card with improved sensistivity and selectivity receiver design.
2. Industrial temperature operation -45C-+85C.
3. 1000mW peak power (30dBm) and up to 600mW average power (28dBm).

SuperRange/XtremeRange TX power offset

The SuperRange and XtremeRange cards use a power offset, ie. the actual TX power used is higher than that reported to/set by the driver, see the table at http://www.ubnt.com/downloads/SRXR_power_offset.pdf.