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Trendnet TEW-443PI

★★★★★
SpecificationsTrendnet wireless PCI card. Wi-Fi compliant with IEEE 802.11 b/g Devices. Super G 108Mbps High Speed Technology.

Broadcom Corporation BCM4306 802.11b/g Wireless LAN Con...

★★★½
SpecificationsThis card works with b43 firmware on Linux. Works out of the box on Dreamlinux as they have the new b43 and b43load kernel modules preinstalled. (kernels .26 .27 and .28

ECS Realtek RTL8100C 10/100 Mbps Fast Ethernet Controll...

SpecificationsOnboard ethernet above says 8100C but provided by driver = 8139too

Realtek Semiconductor 8187B integrated USB Wireless int...

SpecificationsThis is a common internal wireless chipset which is unusual in that it is connected via USB. It is common in many Toshiba and other medium priced laptops. It is known to work with Ndiswrapper and another driver available on the net.

Broadcom BCM4321

SpecificationsThis is a wireless card used by alot of laptop manufactures. This is usually an internal wireless card. It is a mini pci network card. It will be incorrectly identified when using lshw or lspci as a BCM4328. The b43 driver will not work for the card so it ...

IC Plus/Sundance Technology IP100A

SpecificationsThis is a basic 10/100 Mbps PCI Ethernet NIC. This particular unit has a low-profile PCB and both standard and low-profile brackets.

Belkin F5D7010v7

SpecificationsThis is the Belkin Wireless G Notebook card model F5D7010v7. It is version 7, with a different chipset from previous versions

hama 10/100Base TX Cardbus Ethernet CARD

Specificationsdriver: 8139too, mii

A-Link WL54USB

Specifications54/11MB WLAN-adapter, USB, 54Mbps, DSSS, 802.11g-standard based and it´s compatible also with other manufacturers cards. Range indoors 35-100m and outdoors 100-300m (range is depending on surroundings materials). Supports 11 (US) and 13 (EC) channels. Su ...

Encore ENL832-TX-RENT

SpecificationsBuilt with the Realtek 8139 chipset series, the ENL832-TX-RENT is a fast Ethernet card that operates at 10/100 Mbps. It is compliant with PCI version 2.0/2.1 and it is known for reliability and superior performance.

Dlink DGE-660TD

SpecificationsPCMCIA 32-bit Gigabit Cardbus Network Adapter kernel 2.6.22-14 Ubuntu 7.10 everything works ok including auto-negotiation

Sitecom Network 10/100/1000 PCI Card

SpecificationsConnect your desktop PC to a high-speed home network Meets PCI Local Bus specification, Rev.2.1 Meets PCI Local Bus specification, Rev.2.1 PCI 32-bit architecture Complies with IEEE802.3, 10Base-T and IEEE802.3U, 100Base-TX Support Plug and Play function: ...

Belkin F5D9050uk

SpecificationsNetwork Standards: IEEE 802.11b , IEEE 802.11g Operating Range (Feet/Meters): 1,000 ft. (305m)* Security: WPA, WPA2, 64-bit/128-bit encryption Specifications Interface: USB 1.0, 1.1, 2.0

D-Link DWL-G520 Wireless PCI Adapter

SpecificationsThis mixed mode (b/g) PCI wireless adapter utilizes an atheros chipset and features a detachable external antenna and a maximum range of 1310 feet. This adapter should be recognized automatically for most modern Linux distributions, if it is not auto-d ...

3Com Corporation 3c905 100BaseTX

SpecificationsOur 10/100 NIC delivers the reliability and speed you demand in desktop connectivity. The high performance capabilities are extensively tested to optimize system and network performance. Standards-based, this autonegotiating, dual-speed NIC is compatible ...

Allied Telesis AT-2916T

Specifications10/100/1000 network card, use the SKGE driver and works fine even with a gigabit network

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