Retrieved from ” https: Big Fat Warning 1: First of all, you need to get drivers from the ath-driver project to work. It is a proprietary feature that needs to be supported by the Access Point. They should XOR up to 0xffff. You are doing it at your own responsibility! Withouth these, don’t even bother.

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Super G (wireless networking)

This feature increases the amount of information that can be sent per frame, also resulting in a reduction of transmission overhead. If anything bad happens, source code for the ath-driver can be of great help. The intelligence that is behind the dynamic turbo mode see above. This project is no longer active.

ChipsetFeatures/SuperAG – – Trac

Download in other formats: Don’t continue reading, unless you really have no other choice. The website is kept online for historic purposes only. This can probably be done using Microsoft Windows. Withouth these, don’t even bother. Turbo Mode Two atheross are combined for transmission, thus theoretically offering double throughput Mbps.


This atherso was last modified on 29 Aprilat You are doing it at your own responsibility! The following tries to give a first insight.

Atheros Super A/G

If anybody knows how to do this in a cleaner or nicer way, please rewrite this. Doing this is dangerous, may and probably will render your wireless device nonfunctional and useless. Athefos from ” https: Visit the Trac open source project at http: There is a distinction between static and dynamic turbo mode: For example bytes around 0x00cc seem to be empty but may not be with your card!

Big Fat Warning 2: Contents 1 Setting Turbo modes in Linux. In addition, new proprietary data rates are introduced: Privacy policy About ThinkWiki Terms of use. There is now known way to alter the bits neither with wbemtest nor with linux. If these don’t work and they may not!

Data frames are compressed in real time using a Lempel Ziv algorithm. They should XOR up to 0xffff. Turbo modes is a proprietary feature, showing its benefit only if all stations in the same network support it.


This is a proprietary feature which has to be supported by the AP. Once this feature is enabled, compression and decompression takes place inside the chipset, without putting additional load on the host CPU.

This is achieved by increasing the receiver sensitivity to up to dBm, which is about 20dB above what the Static is the dumb version: Sometimes this is also referred to as Adaptive Bandwidth. The used radio band 11g or 11a is permanently monitored in order to decide whether turbo mode may supdr used or not.

First of all, you need to get drivers from the ath-driver project to work. Big Fat Warning 3: