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Building a wireless card

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First off, I am doing this from a phone, so my wording might no look so good.

Next, my post.
Recently, in my dorm, (I am in collage), i had an internal power surge and my usb wireless card was fried. I have my surge prob fixed, but, I need a new wireless card.I am broke, but I have a lot of computer components laying around. What I need to know is how to build a wireless N card and how to write the codefor the drivers. I know some HTML and languages related to it, and I built my own rig - its been work perfctly for a year now - so im never completely baffaled. Anyway, thanks for your help and please respod.
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you're in way over your head. you can't build your own wireless card from scratch. and HTML will not let you write a driver or the code required to process the actual traffic. and that doesn't even get to the part where you'd have to hardcode a micro controller for the board etc..
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