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    Default 300mW USB Wireless B/G Adapter w/ RTL8187L chipset

    Has anyone tried this USB dongle ?

    XXX.data-alliance.net/servlet/the-135/RealTek-8187-RTL8187L-300mW/Detail
    (change the XXX to WWW since I can't post URL until 15 post)

    It has a RealTek 8187 also known as RTL8187L Chipset, So it should work with B|T3 as others have reported success with the 8187 chipset.

    My questions is if anyone that has used this one is getting excellent coverage and if the 300mW is for real. The USB and external Antenna Jack would allow various configurations.

    $ 40.00 US seems a good deal if it works in linux / B|T. Not sure who manufactures it for Data-Alliance.

    Here are the Specifications:

    USB 300mW WiFi Adapter w/threaded (RP-SMA) Antenna Jack & 5dBi Antenna

    300mW of Tx power & 300mW-equivalent Rx power REDDOT DETACHABLE 5dBi ANTENNA INCLUDED REDDOT 802.11G & B

    REDDOT THREADED JACK FOR DURABILITY & ABILITY TO ADD EXTENSION CABLES TO ANTENNA

    COMPATIBLE WITH ALL WINDOWS, LINUX, MAC



    Wireless standards IEEE 802.11b/g: Data at speed up to 54Mbps CU4-composite
    Transmitter Output Power 300mW

    Receive Sensitivity

    for 802.11g
    54Mpbs (64QAM): -70dbm
    11Mpbs (QPSK): -82dbm
    Antenna connector RP-SMA
    Antenna 5dBi portable antenna is included
    Security 64-bit, 128-bit, or 256-bit WEP; WPA, WPA2
    Chipset RealTek 8187 also known as RTL8187L
    I/O Interface USB 2.0/1.1 Spares the efforts of opening up the case of your desktop computer.
    Channels 1 - 13 (all available channels, including all Europe channels)
    Operating System Support Windows Vista, XP, 98se, 2000, ME, Linux, Mac OSX 10.3 - 10.4
    Power Power is supplied through the USB cable
    Power Consumption Transmit <350mA Receive <270mA

    Thanks for helping a Newbie out.

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    I'm very sorry that I closed this thread to the Original Poster. It seems I pressed the wrong button and one of my colleagues brought it to my attention. Again please pardon me I have reopened the thread.

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    Default Excellent Find!!!

    EXCELLENT FIND!!

    $40, not bad at all.

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    I though I did something wrong when I saw the thread closed.

    Thank you for opening it back up.

    Even though no one has yet to reply as to trying this USB adapter yet, I will more than likely order one next week. I am running out of Dwl-G122's As I have been rather rough on them.

    I want to step up in power but the Ubiquiti cards / USB adapters are a lot more $ and I'm not sure if they will really perform better.

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    I saw this on another website the other day, it looks excellent.
    [FONT=Courier New][SIZE=2][FONT=Courier New]hehe...
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    I purchased my Alfa 500mw from Data-alliance through an ebay link, so i can vouch for them as I'm more than happy wiht my card.

    I might be tempted into buying one of these aswell purely because its cheap

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