Contents Federal communication commission interference statement ...1 FCC caution ...1 Important note: ...1 FCC radiation exposure statement: ...1 Users manual of the end product: ...2 Label of the end product: ...2 Important note: ...3 Important information ...3 What’s new ...3 Features ...3 System hardware requirements ...4 Hardware driver compatability ...4...
Federal communication commission interference statement 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.
responsibility of the professional installer to ensure to control the output power not grater then the application. Manual Information To the End User The OEM integrator has to be aware not to provide information to the end user regarding how to install or remove this RF module in the user’s manual of the end product which integrates this module.
3) For all products market in US, OEM has to limit the operation channels in CH1 to CH11 for 2.4G band by supplied ﬁrmware programming tool. OEM shall not supply any tool or info to the end-user regarding to Regulatory Domain change. As long as 3 conditions above are met, further transmitter test will not be required.
• Backward compatible with IEEE 802.11b standard. • Delivers data rate up to 54 Mbps. • LED for Link and Activity • External detachable antenna • 801.11g: Dynamically shifts between 54, 48, 36, 24, 18, 12, 9 and 6 Mbps network speed, based on signal strength, for maximum availability and reliability of connection.
LED Indicators The MW600-B-LO features two LED indicators: 2 LED (One is orange, another is green) • Orange color LED: Solid light: Indicates wireless LAN enabled and connect. • Green color LED: Slow Flashing: Indicates wireless LAN search AP Fast ﬂashing: WiFi trafﬁc. Introduction Overview of the product The adapter gives you the ﬂexibility to install your PC in the most convenient...
to wireless networks. • Group Policy Network administrators can use Group Policy settings in an Active Directory® directory service environment to centrally conﬁgure and deploy wireless network settings and automatically conﬁgure domain member computers. The following section describes in detail how to connect to a wireless network using the Connect to a network dialog box in Windows Vista.
• All Wireless, dial-up, and VPN connections. • Wireless Only wireless connections. • Dial-up and VPN Only dial-up and VPN connections. By default, All is selected and the list of networks consists of wireless networks that have been detected and dial-up and VPN connections that have been conﬁgured.
Diagnostics to diagnose the problem and suggest a solution. If the wireless network you want to connect to is not listed, click Set up a connection or network. Windows Vista displays the following page. On the Select a connection option page, you can select the following: •...
Note If the Manually connect to a wireless network option is not present in the Choose a connection option dialog box, make sure that your wireless network adapter appears in the Network Connections folder as a wireless connection and is enabled. If your wireless network adapter appears in the Network Connections folder as a wired connection, ensure that you have installed the latest driver for your adapter that is designed for Windows Vista.
discourages its use because it provides weak security for your wireless network. To conﬁgure shared key authentication, select No authentication (Open) here and then select Shared from the Security tab in the properties of the wireless network (described later in this article). •...
To connect to the wireless network that you just created, click Connect to, and then double-click the newly created wireless network in the Connect to a network dialog box. To conﬁgure the properties of the wireless network you have just created, click Change connection settings.
From the Connection tab, you can view the wireless network’s name, SSID, and network type (either Access point for infrastructure mode networks or Computer- to-computer for ad hoc mode networks). You can also conﬁgure the following: • Connect automatically when this network is in range •...
• WPA-Enterprise • 802.1x Based on the selected security type, you can conﬁgure either a network security key or specify and conﬁgure a network authentication method. If you specify WPA-Enterprise, WPA2-Enterprise, or 802.1x as your security type, you must conﬁgure the following (as shown in the previous ﬁgure): •...
automatically when Windows Vista performs wireless authentication. After you have conﬁgured your wireless networks, you can manage them from the Manage Wireless Networks dialog box. To display the Manage Wireless Networks dialog box, do the following: 1. Click Start, right-click Network, and then click Properties. 2.
Appendix A Speciﬁcations Product Name 802.11b/g WLAN PCIe Adapter Card Interface PCI Express® Rev 1.1, X1-lane 2.5Gbps PCIe Motherboard Slot Network IEEE802.11g/b COMPLIANT Standard Data Rate 54Mbps, automatic fallback to 48, 36, 24, 18, 12, 9 and 6Mbps Modulation 802.11g — 54, 48, 36, 24, 18, 12, 9, 6Mbps (OFDM) 802.11b —...
Power TX power consumption: <480 mA Consumption RX power consumption: <470 mA Support 64/128 bit encryption Support OS Microsoft Windows XP, Vista premium/basic English/Chinese version. Operating 0 to 60 ˚C Temperature Humidity 20% to 95% Non-condensing Dimensions (mm) (W) 19mm × (D) 167.65mm × (H) 68.9mm Weight (g) 50 without antenna and cable (TBD) Voltage...