I think that card uses the Atheros chip set. There is a native linux driver project (MAD wifi) for this driver.
Use, as root, the command "lspci" to make sure. Sometimes, two different devices from even the same model may be made using different chipsets.
If there isn't a native linux driver, then can try using ndiswrapper. Ndiswrapper will take a windows driver instead. With ndiswrapper, you might want to download the latest source package for this to be a success. Also make sure you have wireless-tools installed. It contains a number of tools such as ifconfig, ifpriv, etc.