D-Link DWL-A650 Driver 041102F Publisher's description
D-Link DWL-A650 Driver 041102F
As an industry leader, D-Link is introducing the next generation of wireless products with its high-performance D-LinkAir Pro series of 5GHz networking technology.
Designed for indoor use, the D-LinkAir Pro DWL-A650 is a powerful notebook PC CardBus adapter that allows users to have mobile access to networks. It provides roaming capabilities from cell to cell and network to network. The DWL-A650 has a type II PCMCIA interface to provide a slim line design and maximize efficiency.
At a maximum wireless signal rate of up to 54 Mbps*, the D-LinkAir Pro DWL-A650 5GHz highspeed wireless CardBus adapter delivers the fastest standards-based wireless technology in the industry. With both WiFi5 certification compatibility and IEEE 802.11a standard compliance, the D-LinkAir Pro DWL-A650 high-speed wireless adapter provides excellent network interoperability.
A proprietary Turbo mode allows the D-LinkAir Pro DWL-A650 to operate at significantly greater data rates. Eight non-overlapping channels create less interference, which supplies higher average cell throughput to clients. The D-LinkAir Pro DWL-A650 employs enhanced 152-bit Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) and Dynamic Key Exchange to protect data from unauthorized access.
The D-LinkAir Pro DWL-A650 is easily installed into a laptop PC to provide connectivity directly to another wireless enabled device (ad-hoc mode) or through an 802.11a based access point (infrastructure mode).
* Maximum wireless signal rate derived from IEEE Standard 802.11a specifications. Actual data throughput will vary. Network conditions and environmental factors, including volume of network traffic, building materials and construction, and network overhead, lower actual data throughput rate.
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