The NEC Versa LitePad tablet PC comes with built-in wireless LAN
capabilities featuring the Wi-Fi™ (wireless fidelity) IEEE 802.11a&b
standard for business users. Wireless LAN eliminates the need for
connecting cables between your computer and your local area network,
facilitating mobility, minimizing downtime, and improving your
The Wi-Fi compliant radio technology provides high-speed
wireless networking with the performance of a wired 10BaseT LAN
connection — up to 11 Mbps (IEEE 802.11b) and 54 Mbps
Wi-Fi products are tested by an industry group, WECA (Wireless
Ethernet Compatibility Alliance), to meet the international IEEE
802.11a&b standards for wireless radio technology and guaranteed to
work with all other Wi-Fi certified products.
Exposure requirements, NEC Solutions America recommends when
using the NEC Versa LitePad tablet PC with a built-in wireless LAN
module, you maintain a distance of at least 1 inch (2.5 centimeters)
between the antenna of this device and all persons.
To use wireless LAN, see the online documentation that comes loaded
on the NEC Versa LitePad tablet PC. Select the Wireless Manager icon
on the Windows desktop.
To turn on the wireless LAN function, slide the wireless LAN switch
to on (see "On the Front of the Tablet PC" in Chapter 1).
with AC power to conserve battery power. Turn off the wireless LAN
function when you are operating the tablet PC with battery power to
conserve battery power.
Pivot the antenna on the NEC Versa LitePad tablet PC to adjust
communication with your LAN.
6-2 Communicating with Your NEC Versa
To comply with FCC and Industry Canada RF
When using the wireless LAN function, operate the tablet PC