54 Mbps Wireless Network Adapter

Category: Input device
Manufacturer: NETGEAR
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 2.56 MiB (2684350 Bytes)
Operating System: Windows XP, Vista and 2000
Latest Version / Release Date: WUSB100 / 02 Apr 2004

Windows device driver information for 54 Mbps Wireless Network Adapter

The 54 Mbps Wireless Network Adapter represents the simple way of upgrading or adding wireless connectivity to a persons computer, notebook or desktop. Users of the 54 Mbps Wireless Network Adapter can be able to move around freely and their access is also flexible. The adapter is designed to meet the standards of the 802.11 specification. 54 Mbps Wireless Network Adapter is very versatile and offers users a speed of 54 MBPS. Its speed is also five times more than IEEE802.11b wireless that are found in businesses, wireless hotspots belonging to the public and homes. The adapter keeps users connected by working with 802.11g or 802.11 b wireless standards. The adapter can bale choose the most favorable connection available which gives users frequent access to the internet, corporate resources and e-mail. One can use this adapter to speedily network employees which helps in saving Ethernet cabling expenses as well as time.

Outdated Drivers?

Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.

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Setting up and using the 54 Mbps Wireless Network Adapter is also not difficult. The security of the 54 Mbps Wireless Network Adapter stands at an Encryption of 128-bit WEP. The frequency Spectrum /Band of the adapter is 2.4GHz/802.11b/g. The adapter is also equipped with MIMO smart antenna technology that can capture the faint signals for decreased dead spots and extended range. When linked to RangePlus the 54 Mbps Wireless Network Adapter is faster than Wireless-G or Wireless –N. The adapter also works well with devices that come with Wireless –G. When using this product one will not have to worry about security this is because it is also consists of superior wireless security. WPA2 (Wi-Fi Protected Access) is its security. Users can enjoy backward compatibility with IEEE802.11b when they use 54 Mbps Wireless Network Adapter in their system as well. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and 54 Mbps Wireless Network Adapter errors before installing any driver updates.