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Can anyone suggest a good, low-cost wireless-N card that will support injection.

My netbook's wireless card is an 802.11n card, but it has a RaLink chipset (rt3090), which supports neither monitor mode or injection, and the driver does not come with linux (well, ubuntu and BT4 at least).

Ideally, I am looking for something compact and light. I looked at the alfa's and they seem really bulky.

Cheers guys

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Can anyone suggest a good, low-cost wireless-N card that will support injection.

My netbook's wireless card is an 802.11n card, but it has a RaLink chipset (rt3090), which supports neither monitor mode or injection, and the driver does not come with linux (well, ubuntu and BT4 at least).

Ideally, I am looking for something compact and light. I looked at the alfa's and they seem really bulky.

Cheers guys

Check this one out:

AWUS036NEH ALFA

it's not yet OFFICELY supported bij backtrack(if this is what you use) but I read that there are kernels that support this USB WLAN

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hypnotoad, the alfa is not that bulky at all! I have mine suction cupped to the back of my acer netbook with this...

http://www.amazon.com/Alfa-Suction-WUS036H...k/dp/B002VX0RXY

You can buy it from amazon or Data-alliance

http://www.data-alliance.net/-strse-152/Mo...ok?sfs=a2f98188

I personally bought my alfa AWUS036H & the mount from DA and was happy!

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hypnotoad, the alfa is not that bulky at all! I have mine suction cupped to the back of my acer netbook with this...

http://www.amazon.com/Alfa-Suction-WUS036H...k/dp/B002VX0RXY

You can buy it from amazon or Data-alliance

http://www.data-alliance.net/-strse-152/Mo...ok?sfs=a2f98188

I personally bought my alfa AWUS036H & the mount from DA and was happy!

http://cgi.ebay.com/ALFA-AWUS036NEH-1W-WIR...=item45f233d081

is 15 dollar to much :P ?

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hypnotoad, the alfa is not that bulky at all! I have mine suction cupped to the back of my acer netbook with this...

http://www.amazon.com/Alfa-Suction-WUS036H...k/dp/B002VX0RXY

You can buy it from amazon or Data-alliance

http://www.data-alliance.net/-strse-152/Mo...ok?sfs=a2f98188

I personally bought my alfa AWUS036H & the mount from DA and was happy!

That's what I am buying too. I am getting two of those.

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I use a netgear wnda3100 with the ar9170usb driver. It supports monitor mode and packet injection. Tested using Ubuntu 10.04 and aircrack-ng/kismet. Plus it is dual-band wireless n with a max throughput of 300Mbps. $25 recertified at newegg. I would assume that it will work under bt, since it is a Ubuntu-based distro.

To get kismet working, edit the source to:

source=ath5k_ag,wlan1,wifi

Can anyone suggest a good, low-cost wireless-N card that will support injection.

My netbook's wireless card is an 802.11n card, but it has a RaLink chipset (rt3090), which supports neither monitor mode or injection, and the driver does not come with linux (well, ubuntu and BT4 at least).

Ideally, I am looking for something compact and light. I looked at the alfa's and they seem really bulky.

Cheers guys

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