CNet Wireless-G miniPCI Adapte

Category: Other
Manufacturer: Dell systems
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: Not Specified
Operating System: Windows 95/98/2000/2003/XP, Linux
Latest Version / Release Date: FB620S / 26 Aug 2005

Windows device driver information for CNet Wireless-G miniPCI Adapte

This is a mini PCI internal express Card that utilizes the express technology that is available with the NAPA chipset. The express card gives the user the ability of hardware encryption that includes 128 and 64 bit Wired Equivalent Privacy, temporal key integrity protocol, Cisco key Integrity protocol and advanced encryption standard. The card is a plug in adapter that is specifically designed for networking. The networking feature is compatible with IEEE 802.11a, IEEE 802.11g and IEEE 802.11b and the connectivity is wireless. Even while transmitting on a wireless frequency the card is capable of a 54 Mbps thanks to the IPv6 support that comes with the adapter. The card comes with a USB cable for easier connection and for low power consumption from the CPU. The card can be used both at home and in the office without the need of professional help being needed.

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The Card is compliant wit IEEE standards from the A to the 11i standard. The card has expansion slots that allow the user to add other card users. The card can be able to handle up to 4 different machines at a single moment. The card has a radio Ethernet network interface that increases the cards network connectivity. The card has one compatible slot that is a mini PCI with no other connections. The cards ports are total free connector type with more expansion slots and other miscellaneous ports. The encryption of the card is logarithmic TLS, LEAP, CKIP, MD5, TTLS, WPA2-PSK, PEAP, WEP 64-bit and WEP 128 Bit. The card is compatible with Microsoft Windows 95/98/2000/2003/XP, Mac and LINUX. The card requires a computer working at 2.5 GHz processor speed, has USB connection and a minimum random access memory of 512Mb. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and CNet Wireless-G miniPCI Adapte errors before installing any driver updates.