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Re: WLAN miniPCI or USB

On Sat, 11 Feb 2012 19:56:25 +0200, Andrei Popescu wrote:

> On Sb, 11 feb 12, 11:45:32, Ramon Hofer wrote:
>> How can I check which revision number contains which chipset? Do I have
>> to ask the shop about the revision number and then ask the manufacterer
>> which chipset it contains?
> Ask the shop, yes. Ask the manufacturer... you can try that, but web
> search should be faster ;)

Ok, I will do that :-)

>> > - don't forget about the antena
>> I mailed to the shop where I want to buy the module but haven't got an
>> answer yet.
>> What kind of antenna can I use?
>> I found a TP-Link TL-WN861N which should work with linux. Here's a link
>> to the shop. (Sorry it's german)
> Not a problem for me ;)
>> http://www.techmania.ch/details.aspx?pid=2101864&sessionID=1210#
>> They don't write anything about antennas...
> Looks like it's not included (makes sense, since mini-PCI cards are
> usually found in laptops which have one in the chassis). You probably
> need two of them (I see two connectors in the top corners, and this is
> an N-card), suitable for your system's case.

This is my case: http://pcengines.ch/case1d1u.htm

I can drill wholes wherever I want.

But I don't know what connector this is on the board.
Do you know of any place where I can buy antennas with such a conector?
Or what kind of connector this is?


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