GPRS WLAN Combo Card GPRS Port

Category: Network and Modem
Manufacturer: Option International
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 31.2 MB
Operating System: Windows 2000 Workstation, Windows 2000 Server, Windows XP Home, Windows XP Professional, Windows 2003 Server
Latest Version / Release Date: 1.37 / 01 Sep 2004

Windows device driver information for GPRS WLAN Combo Card GPRS Port

This particular network communication hardware component is capable not only of implementing wireless Local Area Network connections but also supports General Packet Radio Services. This type of communication network is also used for the transfer and streaming of data for users of Global System for Mobile Communications. In this context the GPRS WLAN Combo Card GPRS Port supports packet-based wireless communication services that can implement data transfer rates from 56 to a maximum of 114 kilobits per second. This type of communication protocol can support the connection to the Internet of both computer systems and mobile telephone devices. Since the GPRS WLAN Combo Card GPRS Port can achieve high data transfer rates which allows the computer user to participate in online video conferencing or interaction with multimedia Web sites among others. The popularity of this particular communication service is based on its relatively cheaper deployment compared to circuit switched protocols.

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The GPRS WLAN Combo Card GPRS Port device driver allows for the support of multiband frequencies allowing it to be deployed practically worldwide. It is also compatible with majority of wireless bearers in the computer industry. The General Packet Radio Service multislot falls under the class 10 standards. The device driver also supports Ethernet and Universal Serial Bus interface port connections. The Universal Serial Bus connection is normally used to execute diagnostic activities. This type of network device most often has a built-in Network Address Translation unit which allows for the sharing of the supported hardware component by multiple computer systems. It is also intended to implement firewall protection algorithms which aims to protect the supported computer systems from external attacks. Protocols for Virtual Private Networks, L2TP, and PPTP are also supported by the device driver. An additional interface for Subscriber Identity Modules may also be incorporated into the GPRS WLAN Combo Card GPRS Port supported device. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and GPRS WLAN Combo Card GPRS Port errors before installing any driver updates.