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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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com/research/l95bpg/india_wifi_data) has announced the addition of the "India WI-Fi Data Card Market, CY 1Q 2015" report to their offering.
The MF662 is a compact HSDPA+ data card, offering consumers enhanced data speeds, and the MF645 is a USB TV data card, allowing viewers to watch digital TV from a laptop over the mobile broadband connection.
The portable, plug-and-play product, designed to improve cell phone and data card performance on the road or indoors, boosts signal strength up to twice that of a typical cell phone and features an innovative built-in antenna and multiple power supply options.
This field information technology system allows Pioneer sls reps to copy a grower's yield data card onto their laptops in the field or even in the combine cab.
T-Mobile UK's HSDPA service will cost GBP17 per month at launch, as an introductory web browsing and e-mail offer, with new customers signing up for an 18- or 24-month minimum term contract receiving a free web'n'walk data card.
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The information collected by the IMD HUMS is stored on a data card.
The company will use some of its 5,300 staff in the region at contact centres in Darlington, Peterlee and North Tyneside to help provide 24-hour customer support for users of its 3G data card, which will allow laptop users to hook up to the internet wirelessly.
com/research/qnsgmf/global_highspeed) has announced the addition of the "Global High-speed Data Card Market 2015-2019" report to their offering.
A 3G data card with Wi-Fi Hot Spot has been introduced by Binatone, having a direct USB power plug-in feature which offers anytime, anywhere Internet facility priced at Rs 1,800.
2 ExpressCard wireless data card has been unveiled by Option N.
According to the company, BT Datazone will enable business customers using a data card, such as the GlobeTrotter QUAD, to access the Internet, send and receive e-mails and download files at over 7,800 BT Openzone hotspots in the UK and Ireland, or through a 3G or GPRS connection.