Wireless PCMCIA 802.11G Atheros
Adding wireless connectivity to your notebook has never been easier than with this 802.11b/g PCMCIA card, assuming
your notebook has a PCMCIA expansion slot. If not, adding wireless connectivity with this card will be exceedingly
difficult, and highly unlikely to yield results.
Many modern and most older Windows/Linux-based laptops, however, support interchangable expansions through
the PCMCIA interface, and with that you just slide this wireless card in and hop on the WiFi wagon.
It supports 64/128/152-bit WEP encryption, along with WPA-SPK and WPA-EAP, and 802.1x authentication.
This product uses the popular Atheros chipset, making it compatible with most current version of Linux
and allowing data rates up to 108Mbps.
- Standards: IEEE 802.11b/g, Atheros Super G
- Transmit Power: 18dBm @ 11Mbps, 10-14dBm @ 54/108Mbps
- Bus Type: 32-bit CardBus, CardBus PC Card Type II
- Operating Voltage: 3.3V DC