Planet WAP-1963A

Planet WAP-1963A is a wireless access point compliant with 802.11b (11Mbps max) WiFi. Since original firmware supports only WEP it is pretty obsolete today.
AP is based on RTL8181 SoC, integrating Lexra LX5280 32bit RISC CPU, 802.11b MAC, 2 ethernet MACs and PCI bridge. Since same SoC is used by more popular devices, e.g. Ovislink WL-1120AP there are some homebrew linux distributions able to run on it (http://sourceforge.net/projects/shortlinux/, http://rtl8181.sourceforge.net/). See also: http://www.linux-mips.org/wiki/Realtek_SOC.
RAM: 2 x IS42S16800A (128Mb Synchronous DRAM, 3.3V from ISSI)
Philips SA2400A transceiver, applicable also for ISM purposes.
IP101 Single Port 10/100 Fast Ethernet Transceiver with MII interface.
Macronix 29LV160ABTC-90 16Mbit FLASH, interestingly switchable between 8 and 16-bit modes. Operating at 3.3V.
9435A (FDS9435A) P-Channel MOSFET and AIC1578 DC/DC converter.

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