This Chapter provides an overview of the Motorola 802.11n USB Adapter's features and capabilities. Congratulations on the purchase of your new Motorola 802.11n USB Adapter. The Motorola 802.11n USB Adapter provides a wireless network interface for your Notebook or PC.
IEEE802.11a, IEEE802.11b, IEEE802.11g or IEEE802.11n wireless LAN. Procedure You should insert the Motorola 802.11n USB Adapter first. 1. Insert the Motorola 802.11n USB Adapter firmly into USB port of the PC. 2. The installation program should start automatically. If it does not, run the Setup.exe program.
Initial Installation 8. Click Finish to exit the Wizard. 9. If the USB Wireless Adapter was installed properly, you will now have a new icon in your system tray, as shown below. Figure 6: System Tray Icon USB Wireless Adapter Icon Table Connection to the USB Wireless Adapter is established.
• Double-click the Wireless Utility icon in the desktop. • Click Start - Programs - Motorola Wireless - Motorola WPS Manager This Chapter assumes you are using the supplied Wireless utility. System Tray Icon If the Wireless Utility program is running, you can double-click the icon in the System Tray or right-click the icon and select "Open"...
Using the Windows Utility WPS Manager Screen WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup) can simplify the process of connecting any device to the wire- less network by using the push button configuration (PBC) on the Wireless Access Point, or entering a PIN code. You will use the WPS screen when you try to connect the wireless network with the WPS function.
USB Wireless Adapter User Guide Wireless Network Connection Screen You will see the following screen by clicking the Wi-Fi Manager button in the WPS screen. Wireless Zero Configuration (WZC), is a service of Microsoft Windows which dynamically selects a wireless network to connect. Figure 9: Wireless Network Connection Screen...
Federal Communications Commission Notice This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.