- Terminal Type: Class B
- Working Frequency: 900/1800/1900 MHz
- Transmission Power: Class 4(2W EGSM900MHz)
- Multislot Class: EDGE Multislot class 10
- Transmission Operation: Data, GPRS, EDGE, SMS
- Data Transfer Rate: More than 380Kbps in maximum
- Coding Scheme: supports all coding schemes (1, 2, 3 and 4)
- Resource Configuration: Fixed, Dynamic, Extend
- Data Format: V.42bis, RFC1144
- LED Indicator: On Line
- Antenna: External Removable
- Terminal Interface: USB 2.0
- SIM Card: 3V, 6tap Bayonet Socket Inner Connect
- Power Supply: 5V DC Current (Typical)
- Active Mode: 550mA, ave.(2W, Multislot Class 10) Idle Mode:50mA
- Off Mode: 1mA
- Reset Mode: Software Mode or Hardware Mode
- Operating Temperature: -10- 55°C
- Storage Temperature: -40- 75°C
- Operating System: Win2000/XP/Vista
- The wireless network card browse Internet with high speed
- Without waiting time with Wireless Network Adapter
- The wireless network card can receive/send E-mail
- The wireless network card can receive and send short message(SMS)
- Wireless network adapter makes you receive and send fax more convenient
- Class 1(1W GSM1800/PCS1900MHz)
- Delicate and mini design of this Wireless Network Adapter makes you more chic
- Look at the back side, it is also designed with painstaking
- Simple but not dull, concise and succint with white, redesigned network card gives you a new feeling
- Installing an Edup wireless LAN adapter may require using third-party drivers.
- Wireless image by Szymon Apanowicz from Fotolia.comThe Edup line of wireless network adapters is manufactured by the Shenzhen SGL Electronics Technology Company. Many Edup card users have reported difficulties installing their wireless adapters, due to faulty or missing instructions, drivers and poor technical support. Fortunately, Edup adapters are installed the same way as other wireless cards, and third-party software drivers are available.
- Difficulty: Moderate
Install the wireless adapter in your computer.
- Depending on which type of adapter you have, this process will differ. A USB adapter can simply be plugged into a USB slot on your computer. A PCMCIA wireless adapter card will plug into a PCMCIA slot on a laptop. These slots are usually on the side of the laptop
- If you have a PCI-type adapter for a desktop computer, you will need to open your computer case, and plug it into a PCI slot. In most computers, the PCI slot is white, and shorter than the other slot types. The instruction manual that came with the adapter should contain detailed instructions on how to physically install the adapter
Install the software drivers for the wireless adapter.
- In most cases, your computer should automatically begin to install the right drivers
- Alternatively, you may wish to install them manually from the driver disc that should have come packaged with the adapter. Insert the CD and wait for a window to pop up. There should be a button called "Install Drivers." Click it, and follow the onscreen instructions
- Some users have reported receiving the wrong drivers with their Edup adapters, or that the official drivers do not work. If this happens to you, download and install the "I-O DATA WN-B11/USBSL Wireless LAN Adapter 188.8.131.52" drivers. The website of the company that manufactures the Edup line of wireless adapters does not host the drivers needed to run the adapters
Join a wireless network.
- Once the adapter and its drivers have been properly installed, your computer will ask you if you wish to join a wireless network. It will display a list of wireless networks your adapter can locate. Select your home network from the list. If you set up your home network to require a password, you will be asked to enter it now. Once you have selected your network and entered your password, the set up of your Edup wireless LAN adapter should be complete.