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System Requirements: Available USB Port on a Desktop or Notebook
Windows: 2000/XP/Vista/7 (Both 32-bit & 64-bit versions)
MAC: OS X 10.3/10.4/10.5/10.6
Features: Compatible with all standard 802.11n, 802.11g, 802.11b wireless routers and access points
High-Speed Wireless data rate up to 54Mbps; Supports Turbo mode for 72 Mbps
Transmitter Output Power is 1000mW
Hardware-based 40/64-bit & 128-bit WEP encryption
Advanced Wireless Security 64/128/256-bit WEP, WPA (TKIP, IEEE802.1X), and AES
Up to 800 Meters in open space
Supports peer-to-peer communication among any wireless users, no Access Point required
Automatic fallback increases data security and reliability
Auto Site Scan and multiple Profile settings
Low Power Consumption
Channels 1 - 13 (all available channels, including all Europe channels)
Building wireless LANs requires the use of wireless network adapters. Normally, an access point connects the wireless network from a fixed location using cables. A single access point sends and receives data between the wireless LAN and the wired network infrastructure. End-users would then access the wireless LAN through the wireless network adapters in their computers.
Wireless Network Adapters
Every network adapter supports either Wi-Fi (wireless) or Ethernet (wired) standards. At Newegg, we stock both types of network adapters so you can get what you need whether your network is wired or wireless. Wireless networks can be less expensive to implement than wired networks, because there is less labor and fewer materials involved. Schools and nonprofits tend to benefit from these cost savings, and they're becoming increasingly popular with multiple-computer households..
They're simple to install and can reach places that might be difficult to wire. If you're in a temporary space, their portability is an asset. You can use a mobile router to connect to a wired LAN and to anyone in your company who is networked. Wireless LANs are also very scalable, so you can build on if you need to connect several buildings. You simply add more access points and wireless network adapters. Improvements in data transfer rates (802.11a, 802.11b, 802.11g and the newer 802.11n) mean you are getting networking speed rivaling your wired networks.
Newer computers usually come with wireless network adapters already installed, but you can add one if you don't have one already. You can also purchase network adapters together with routers. These packages are especially useful for novices who want to network their home computers. It's all packaged together, so there's no guesswork involved! Let Newegg be your gateway to wireless networking!