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Acer MPCI-101 Manual

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  • Page 1 MPCI-101 WIRELESS LAN CARD...
  • Page 2 (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. Responsible Party :Campbell Kan Acer America Corporation 2641 Orchard Parkway, San Jose, CA 95134 Telephone No :1-408-432-6200...
  • Page 3: Drivers Installation

    Drivers Installation Before You Start the Installation Before you start the installation, you are advised to keep the Windows CD-ROM or software diskettes close at hand. If your computer came with a factory-installed Windows operating system, these files will be stored on your computer’s hard disk, in the form of cabinet (*.cab) files.
  • Page 4: Set Basic Parameters

    Windows Network Properties If this is the very first time that Networking support is installed onto your computer, the Windows operating system will prompt you to enter a computer and workgroup name. These names will be used to identify your computer on the Microsoft Network Neighborhood.
  • Page 5: Finish The Installation

    Select to connect to a Residential Gatewa Set the correct Network Name and Encryption Ke Installation for Windows - Set Basic Parameters 1. In the field enter the 6-character RG ID to define the same of the wireless network to which Network Name you want to connect.
  • Page 6: After Restarting Your Computer

    If the Windows operating system prompts you to identify the location of the Windows files, specify the drive and directory of the Windows Installation CD-ROM or diskettes. When you had a Mini-PCI Card installed on your computer before, most of these files are already available on your hard disk drive. If you do not have the Windows CD-ROM available, you may try replacing the proposed path in the Copy Files From dialog box with: “C:\Windows\System”...
  • Page 7: Power Supply

    2. Power supply The Network Interface Card shall be capable to operate from 3.3V +/- 0.2V Host supply voltage. Refer to chapter 11.1. Host interface for configuration of card type and supply voltage. The current consumption averaged over 1s is defined for the following operational modes: Doze mode: 30mA Receive mode:...
  • Page 8 3.1.5. Transmit to receive turnaround time The time from transition of the TXE control line (transmit enable control line from WMAC to DSP) from active state to inactive state until the NIC is in receive mode shall be not more than 10µs. 3.1.6.
  • Page 9: Maximum Input Level

    3.3.2. Minimum input level sensitivity For all channels, the Frame-Error Rate (FER) shall be less than 8*10 at a frame length of 1024 bytes for: • an input level of -91dBm at 25ºC or -89dBm at full operational temperature range, measured at the antenna connector using 1Mbit/s DBPSK modulation •...
  • Page 10 4. RF channel frequencies The Network Interface in the 2.4-2.5GHz ISM band uses the channel center frequencies as defined by the IEEE802.11 PHY standard for DSSS. These channel frequencies and the countries of application are listed in Table below. Note: the mini PCI card uses subset channel 1 through 11, which allows usage across the world. Channel ID FCC Channel ETS Channel...

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