I found the stuff I was looking for while shuffling boxes from (here) to
(there) in the basement. Any interest in:
Netwave Airsurfer Pro Wireless LAN PC card (for laptop). Has sticker on the
box "IEEE 802.11 compliant" and yes, I have the box and manual. No software
of any kind. Seems to be a direct sequence card.
Model number is 1100-6001, software version 3.0 (but again, I have no
Per manual, it uses the IEEE 802.11 DSSS service, which is channels 1-11 in
the US, 1-13 in Europe, etc. Looks like it supports infrastructure mode,
and ad-hoc mode.
Installation/setup instructions are for WinNT 4 workstation, and Win95.
Looks like it uses Card and socket services.
I also have an access point for it, with wall-wart. I think that's the
right wall-wart. The AP has connections for 10BaseT and thinnet. Yes,
really. No manual or box for the AP.
At 02:35 PM 3/29/2007 -0500, you wrote:
Built a number of wireless data apps in the 80s and
Interested in finding cards, code, APs and anything related from mfgs like
Moto, Windwave, WiLAN, NCR, Proxim, Telxon etc.
Any responses appreciated.
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