How To: Build your own "Real" Airport Card

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    Jan 4, 2017 at 7:12 AM #771
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    Superbuy is an alternative to BHINER which offers 7/24 online chat customer service, supports PayPal payment and charges 0 service fee.
     
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    Jan 23, 2017 at 1:19 PM #772
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    Interesting thread. I have an old Powerbook G4, and I found inside an airport Extreme card with this code: 825-6263-A. It should be this http://www.thebookyard.com/product.php?manufacturers_id=47&products_id=4511
    The card works on 802.11g frequencyes, I think at 6 MB/s

    I tried google it but there is not confirmation if working with hackintosh, and I am in trouble if chose the TP Link module in buyer guide, or use the adapter MiniPcie in this thread.

    In addition, I will need to run the card over sata because I have no room in m.2 (SSD) or Pcie x16 (GPU).
    Is it possible?
     

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