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    Default What is the best 802.11n USB Wifi adapter

    I'm look for a replacement to the AWUS050NH because it has been discontinued and had a not so good chipset. Is there anything else that is out there with an external antenna jack that works well with BT?

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    http://forums.remote-exploit.org/tut...-question.html
    There really are a bunch of threads on this subject. You don't need to open another one.
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    I guess the new "how do I crack wep" question is "which wireless card should I buy?" Seems to be a hundred of these in the last week or so.
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    "which wireless card should I buy?"
    I would rephrase: "With what do I crack the WEP?"
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    That, Which Card Should I buy thread, doesn't touch on the wireless N usb cards and if it does, it talks about the Alfa that no longer exists. That's why I opened this one.

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    Not sure why you say the chipset in the Alfa was not so good. It's the most recommended adapter and many people use it without issues, including myself. Plus B/G networks are still dominant these days.

    What did your research tell you about the best 'N' wireless usb adapter ?. Maybe if you listed a card or two you are considering after searching yourself, Someone might be able to give further information. Or just buy a USB "N" adapter you feel is suitable and get it going with BT. That would benefit the community as a whole. Rather then sit and wait for someone else to do all the research and work of testing it with BT.

    Just my two cents.

    Update: Just noticed you started another thread asking more or less the same thing. Seems you received a good answer: http://forums.remote-exploit.org/wir...-good-bad.html

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