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If the device is not connected, this command retrieves the range of frequencies in which the device can operate. You’ll get an e-mail as soon as this page gets updated. To clone the tree: String representation of the SSID. Get the firmware from linux-firmware.
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Except where otherwise noted, content on this wiki atth6kl licensed under the following license: Name of the wireless device. Sets the mode of operation. Retrieves the power of transmitted packet in the AR Sets the frequency on which the wireless device should operate. To clone the tree: Retrieves the various wireless information related to the network device. Retrieves the frequency of the wireless device.
Fixes the transmission rate of the AR To clone oinux tree:.
String representation of the SSID. Transmit Tx rate in dBm. You should subscribe to this page so you can get e-mail updates on changes and news for ath6kl automatically. End of the buffer for the scan data.
en/users/Drivers/ath6kl – Linux Wireless
Sets the SSID of the network. Get the firmware from linux-firmware.
Retrieves the mode of operation. Sets the power of transmitted packets in AR We have an IRC channel with some of the ath6kl people. Retrieves the SSID of the network. If you’d like to help keep this information up to date contact the ath6kl maintainers. All the development happens on Kalle Valo’s ath.
Table of Contents Introduction. Sets the transmission rate of the ARx. Creative Commons Attribution 4.
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Beginning of the buffer for the scan data. Sidebar Users main page. Retrieves the maximum retry value from the failure frames. Retrieves the frequency on which the wireless device is operating if the device is connected. Retrieves the current transmission rate of the AR Transmit Tx rate in bps. Retrieves the name of the network device.
Retrieves max retry value from failure frames in liux version 1. Defines the SSID length.
Sets the maximum retry value from the failure frames.