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WiMaxWiMax - Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access offers a wide range information and products including Wireless NIC and 802.16e. Places like Australia and Portland Oregon who have upcoming WiMax technology in place or in the making.



Wireless NIC. If you want to setup a temporary network between two computers then two wireless NIC cards are enough. If you wish to share a broadband internet connection then speeds of a 512k and above are required. WiMax NIC and 802.16e PCMCIA Card information.


Wireless NIC

The kind of hardware you would need to setup a wireless network depends on what the scale of the network will be. However you will almost certainly always need an access point and a wireless network interface card. If you want to setup a temporary network between two computers then two wireless NIC cards are enough. If you wish to share a broadband internet connection then speeds of a 512k and above are required. Lower bandwidth will work but only result in slower or unacceptable performance.

Wireless NIC, Access Point

Access Point
This piece of hardware acts as a bridge between the wired network and wireless devices. It allows multiple devices to connect through it to gain access to the network. An AP can also act as a router; a means by which the data transmission can be extended and passed from one access point to another.

Wireless NIC, wireless network card NIC

Wireless NIC (Network Card)
A wireless network card is required on each device on a wireless network. A laptop usually has an expansion (PCMCIA) slot which the network card would fit in to. A desktop computer would need an internal card - which will usually have a small antenna or an external antenna on it. These antennas are optional on most equipment and they help to increase the signal on the card.



WiMax NICWiMax NIC - A NIC stands for Network Interface Card, and it is another vital part of networking. The network card is what allows the computer to communicate with the rest of the network. WiMax NIC and Wavesat WiMax PC card information and websites.

802.16e PCMCIA Card802.16e PCMCIA Card - Navini solution delivers on the vision of 802.16e PCMCIA card. Their solution delivers a total cost of ownership that is not only significantly less the DSL, Cable and other first generation wireless broadband offerings, but with smart antenna technology and plug-and-play capabilities.


The most relevant links we could find, placed here free

Komplett - Buy - wireless NIC, wireless access points, modems, bluetooth, firewalls, NIC, 10/100 Mbps, NIC, 1000 Mbps. www.komplett.co.uk

Bizrate - Wireless NIC, compare prices, brands, reviews and online stores. www.bizrate.com

Library - Wireless (NIC) card driver installation, choose the appropriate instructions for your laptop's operating system. library.albany.edu

Windows Networking - An introduction to wireless networking (Part 1) - 802.11 overview, also (Part 2). www.windowsnetworking.com

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