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post Aug 11 2011, 04:16 PM
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Does anyone know if these cars would work on the Zaurus?

Never heard of the name before: "VeriFone Compact Flash Wireless LAN card"



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Processor type
Motorola DragonBall VZ

Processor Frequency
16 MHz

RAM Memory
8 MB

ROM Memory
2 MB

1 x LED Light;Finding Led Light is flashing, Connecting Led Light is on

Hidden antenna

IEEE 802.11b DSSS, Wi-Fi compliant

2.400 ~ 2.4835GHz ISM Band

Packet technology
11Mbps and 5.5Mbps CCK; 2Mbps、QPSK; 1Mbps、BPSK

Transfer Protocol

Transfer energy
15dBm @ Nominal Temp Range

Received energy
11Mbs 10-5 BER @ -80dBm, minimum

Transmission distance
Accessibility farthest line up 200m, Indoor used about 35m ~ 50m

USA/Canada - 11, Europe- 13, France - 4, Japan - 14

L60mm x W43.1mm x H3mm


Operating temperature: 0℃ ~ 50℃ Relative Humidity15% ~ 95%, Non-condensing
Storage Temperature :-20℃~ 65℃, Relative Humidity15% ~ 95%, Non-condensing

Power consumption
Basic:250mA, Max:320mA

System require
Win 98 SE / Me / 2000 / Xp / CE 3.0 / CE 4.2 / PocketPC 2002/WM2002/WM2003/Linux

64 / 128 Bit WEP Key

Identification code
Channel Lock and SSID identify the distinguishing character

Safety requirements
FCC Class B, CE Mark
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post Aug 15 2011, 11:17 AM
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I bought a couple and they came 3 days ago.
Plugged one into a SL-5500 running TKrom, and it worked OOTB with no driver installation nor tweaking at all.
Haven't tried it in either of my clamshell zaurii though yet, though I doubt there'll be an issue. If there is, I think the ebay auction mentioned that there was a linux driver on the small driver disk that each came with, so BYU (Bob's Your Uncle ;-)
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post Aug 16 2011, 01:34 PM
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Thanks for the info. Yeah, if they work for the 5500, then they should probably work fine for the clamshells.

I am gonna try to re-flash my wayward wifi card (DLink 650) and if it doesn't come back I will definitely get one of these.

Thanks again.
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