Dell Latitude D400 Wireless WLAN Card Driver A14
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IEEE 802.11a operation (5-GHz frequency band)
IEEE 802.11g operation (2.4-GHz frequency band)
Network data rate of up to 54 Mbit/s
Unscheduled Automatic Power Save Delivery support
Cisco Compatible Extensions v4 support
Smart card authentication support, including authentication during single sign-on
Dell Wireless WLAN Card Utility for managing your wireless networks, running hardware tests, and getting wireless network-related information
Wireless Network Connection Settings tool for connecting to advanced infrastructure networks
Wireless Network Wizard for connecting to basic infrastructure networks and ad hoc networks and creating ad hoc networks
New for this release
Draft IEEE 802.11n operation (2.4-GHz frequency band and 5-GHz frequency band) with a network data rate of up to 270 Mbit/s for 40 MHz bandwidth channel and 130 Mbit/s for 20 MHz bandwidth channel
Corrected an issue with the ¡¥Disable Upon Wired Connect¡¦ advanced property
Added Support for the Dell Wireless 1505 Draft 802.11n WLAN Mini-Card
NOTE: The Wi-Fi Catcher?feature is not supported with the Dell Wireless 1505 Draft 802.11n WLAN Mini-Card on the following systems: D820, M65, D420, and D620
The Dell Wireless WLAN Card works with any IEEE 802.11 Wi-Fi CERTIFIED?wireless router/AP or wireless client network adapter
NOTE: Not all Dell Wireless WLAN Card models support IEEE 802.11a (5-GHz) or IEEE 802.11n operation.
The Dell Wireless WLAN Card works with any IEEE 802.11 Wi-Fi CERTIFIED wireless router/AP or wireless client network adapter.
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