StarTech.com Mini PCI E Wireless N Card 300Mbps Mini PCIe 802.11b/g/n WiFi Adapter
StarTech.com Mini PCI Express Wireless N Card WiFi Adapter, 300Mbps Mini PCIe 802.11b/g/n, 2T2R
For efficient wireless communication, the card uses a 2T2R (2 Transmitter, 2 Receiver) Multiple Input/Multiple Output design over the 2.4GHz frequency. MIMO antenna configurations employ multiple signal paths for greater bandwidth, fewer lost packets and greater reception, even under conditions of interference.
The 300Mbps wireless N adapter offers the necessary speeds for demanding network applications such as streaming video, VoIP and network backups, while also offering backward compatibility with 802.11b/g networks (11/54Mbps) to connect to older WiFi routers as needed.
Using a half-height mini PCI express (Half Mini Card) form factor, this adapter is designed for use in the latest notebooks, small form factor computers (e.g. Mini-ITX), or custom embedded solutions where standard PCIe cards would not fit.
• Replace or upgrade an existing WiFi connection to IEEE 802.11n standards.
• Add wireless-N networking capabilities to a mini-ITX or custom embedded system with no room for a standard PCI Express card.
• Connect to a wireless-N network in remote locations where wired connections are unavailable.
• Add high-speed WiFi connectivity to support demanding applications such as streaming video, VoIP and network backups. Features • Support for 64/128 bit WEP and WPA/WPA2 security.
• Infrastructure and Ad-Hoc network mode support.
• Broadcast distances up to 100m indoors, 300m outdoors.
• Supports WMM, voice and video services.
• Half-height Mini PCI Express interface.
• 2 Transmitter/2 Receiver (2x2:2) antenna configuration.
• Compliant with IEEE 802.11n standards, with transfer rates up to 300Mbps.
• Backward compatible with IEEE 802.11b/g standards for up to 11/54Mbps connections respectively.
|Data Transfer Speed||300 Mbps|
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