[DuoList] revisiting a wireless Duo 2300

Pangrazio, Robert Thomas (UMR-Student) rtp6xc at umr.edu
Wed Oct 5 16:42:01 PDT 2005

I am a computer engineer and was looking into designing a wireless card
that would replace the internal modem. I am still looking for any
information, so if anybody has info about the modem, I would greatly
appreciate it.

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[mailto:duolist-bounces at listserver.themacintoshguy.com] On Behalf Of Dan
Sent: Wednesday, October 05, 2005 6:25 PM
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Subject: [DuoList] revisiting a wireless Duo 2300

OK, I've got it, here's how to make a wireless Duo 2300. First, use an 
internally mounted Asante Micro SCSI/enet adapter to provide the
port, then attach that to an internally mounted D-Link DWL-G739AP Pocket

Router/AccessPoint <http://www.dlink.com/products/?pid=346> (PCB dim. 
73mm long x 50mm wide x 8mm thick), in client mode! Finally, there's a 
wifi client device small enough to fit inside a Duo!!

I've still got to see if the AP will fit into the modem-space. I've 
already determined the enet adapter will fit above a slim (ATA) HD. I 
wonder how much 5v juice this concoction will suck . . .

Heck, if nothing else, this AP is so tiny it could hang on the outside, 
though that's not as elegant as a integral solution.

dan k


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