air card

air card

A wireless adapter for cellular data. Also called a "cellular modem," "data card," "3G modem," or "4G modem." See cellular modem, wireless adapter and air interface.
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While 17 percent of wireless customers have a tablet with a data plan from their wireless carrier, 10 percent have a mobile broadband device, such as an air card or hotspot.
Attendees are encouraged to bring their electronic devices such as a smart phone, iPad, laptop with air card, to fully be a part of all the excitement.
40 Wexford Black Point Handicap Hurdle 2m4f AIR Card page 75 WEXFORD'S popular series of Friday evening meetings kicks off tonight and this [euro]14,500 event is the feature.
Several said they would visit Starbucks more often to avoid the fees, while others said they resort to their own Wi-Fi air card if the hotel charges a fee.
With a laptop and an air card at any incident scene, we can immediately start pushing information out," Donoghue said.
Malfunctioning Air Card<p>The same North American 3G carrier experienced DOS overloads due to a malfunctioning air card.
An Air Card allows you to connect easily to the Internet anywhere a cell phone works.
Bruno] "What the MVT really does for us with the air card is we're going to e-reporting .
In lieu of a passport, a NEXUS Air card will be accepted for air travel between the United States and Canada, and a U.
The council said that from 8 January 2007 all passengers flying to the US will require a valid passport or a NEXUS Air card.
SOUTHWICK: The air card has proved to be an exceptional product.