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Retrieves the maximum retry value from the failure frames. Retrieves network device wireless information. If the device is not connected, this lijux retrieves the range of frequencies in which the device can operate. You get better answers that way. Maximum duration of retries in ms. Maximum number of retries.
Support Drivers Devices Download Documentation. To clone the tree: The value is a maximum.
CONFIG_ATH6KL: Atheros mobile chipsets support
Beginning of the buffer for the scan data. Sets the transmission rate of the ARx. String representation of the SSID. Defines the SSID length. Sets max retry value from failure frames in software version 1. Transmit Tx rate in bps.
Retrieves max retry value from failure frames in software version 1. Sets the power of transmitted packets in AR Retrieves the transmission rate of the ARx. Name of the wireless device.
Linux Kernel Driver DataBase: CONFIG_ATH6KL: Atheros mobile chipsets support
It is also available for older kernels through the stable compat-wireless releases. Retrieves the power of transmitted packet in the AR Retrieves the current transmission rate of the AR The value is a minimum.
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Except where otherwise noted, content on this wiki is licensed under the following license: Fixes the transmission rate of the AR Sets the frequency for the wireless device operate on. But due to lack of time, ath6kl developers are not normally able to give private support, so please send questions to the public mailing list.
en:users:drivers:ath6kl [Linux Wireless]
To clone the tree:. Retrieves the mode of operation. All the development happens on Kalle Valo’s ath. This driver is upstream as part of the Linux 2. Sets the maximum retry value from the failure frames.
If you’d like to help keep this information up to date contact the ath6kl maintainers. Sets the frequency on which the wireless device should operate.