The Aztech WL630PC 802.11b/g Wireless 32bit CardBus PC Card is a device that lets you connect your notebook to a wireless local area network (LAN). A wireless LAN is like a regular LAN, except that you can share information without looking for a place to plug in, and augment networks without installing or moving wires. Based on radio frequency (RF) technology, a wireless LAN transmits and receives data over the air, along with the guarantee to provide privacy and noninterference by the use of separate radio frequency.
The WL630PC allows you to take full advantage of your PC's mobility with access to real-time information and online services anytime and anywhere. Plus, with the network installation simplicity and flexibility, you can eliminate the need to pull cable through walls and ceilings and allow the network to go where wires cannot go.
The WL630PC supports 802.11b and 802.11g systems. While the application of PBCCE technology in 802.11b mode of operation provides data rates up to 22 Mbit/s ,data rates up to 54 Mbit/s may be provided in 802.11g mode of operation.
Complies with IEEE 802.11b standard and draft standard 802.11g for 2.4GHz Wireless LAN.
Complies with CardBus 7.0 specification.
Supports PC Card hot swap and true Plug & Play.
Works with all existing network infrastructure.
Complies with specific wireless products and services.
Capable of up to 256-Bit WEP Encryption.
Freedom to roam while staying connected.
22-Mbps Packet Binary Convolution Coding (PBCC)( according to the IEEE Std 802.11b high-rate specification)
Up to 54 Mbps may be provided in 802.11g mode of operation
Rich diagnostic LED indicators with Integrated Antenna.
Complies with Windows98/2000/ME/XP
Lower power consumption.
Easy to install and configure.
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