IEEE 802.11g Wireless Pocket USB

Category: Network and modems
Manufacturer: Amigo Technology Inc.
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: Not indicated
Operating System: Windows 98/2000/2003/ME/xp/vista
Latest Version / Release Date: / 2004

Windows device driver information for IEEE 802.11g Wireless Pocket USB

The IEEE 802.11 g wireless pocket USB is a networking device that is quick and easy to use and protect a network using the WPA security measures. The device is used together with a DWL-G122 wireless USB adapter in order to enable connectivity to the PC. The device enhances the speed of file transfer across networks and the user can even stream large video and audio files across wireless networks. The configuration of the device on a PC or a notebook is easy, and this enables a notebook to recognize other wireless networks in its proximity. The IEEE 802.11g Wireless pocket USB also enables the user to create connectivity profiles, where he can save his frequently used networks for ease of encryption and authentication. As the name suggests, the device can easily fit into one's pocket making it convenient for travelers.

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The IEEE 802.11g wireless pocket USB enables an enabled PC or notebook to communicate for direct file sharing with other computers in a network. When configured on client mode, the device connects to wireless routers and access points. The device uses USB2.0 bus type and employs 64-128bit WEP and WPA-WI-FI secure access for security. The wireless frequency of the device is 2.4MGz. In an indoor setting, the signal ranges up to 100 meters, while the range for outdoors is approximately 400 meters. The receiver sensitivity ranges from a high of 54 Mbps OFDM to a low of 1Mbps BPSK. The weight of the device is 4.4grams. Usually, the drivers for the device are provided by the manufacturer on purchase. The same can also be downloaded from the manufacturer's official website. The installation must be done before the device can start working efficiently. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and IEEE 802.11g Wireless Pocket USB errors before installing any driver updates.