After takin' a swig o' grog, Roy Schestowitz belched out
this bit o' wisdom:
> Not sure what to buy for Wireless? Buy Atheros
> ,----[ Quote ]
>| Atheros has now stepped up to the plate and delivered a home run on
>| Open-Licensed support for their wireless drivers, and not just any any
>| wireless drivers. The code for their latest 802.11n cards is already online :
>| According to Mad Wifi, Atheros has hired Luis Rodriguez and Jouni Malinen,
>| who are going to continue to work on the driver. That means this release
>| isn't a simple code dump to look good on paper. Nor is the release
>| semi-opened up, it's under the ISC License, which is what the radically
>| open-licensed OpenBSD developers are using.
When I bought an el cheapo Ativa wireless from Office Depot, I had to google
the FCC ID on the thing to find out it was atheros-based. Works great!
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