wireless card

wireless card

A wireless adapter that plugs into a PC Card or PCI slot. See wireless adapter.
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0 ports via header, one Gigabit Ethernet port, wireless card support, Intel vPro Technology and Intel AMT v10.
The second method is attaching a wireless card reader to the ATM, making it look like it's part of the machine that the client must swipe the car through before using it.
We have got about 350 Galaxy tablet computers, with a wireless card swipe and using that tablet, we can now open an account anywhere in the country in very, very remote areas in five minutes and give the person a working debit card that they could, technically, walk up to the next ATM or Eftpos and withdraw the money immediately.
Michael Ciacciarelli, Trakus' Chief Operating Officer, said: "The technology is similar to a cellphone or a wireless card, which transmits signals to a server.
Secure wireless solutions provider PlasmaTech Inc (Pink Sheets:PMAH) has announced the market launch of its Diamond Sentry II family of products, a line of Wireless Card access control and data acquisition transceivers.
5G wireless card markets but also Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access (WiMAX) equipment.
Another option for ensuring wireless capabilities wherever you go is to purchase a wireless card that is compatible with a laptop.
Includes a/b/g wireless card with internal antenna and integrated Ethernet NIC, and the 17-inch LCD (1280 by 1024 maximum resolution) can be configured for both touch and non-touch applications.
If you are authenticating a product or capturing a barcode, the wireless card is a major breakthrough to incorporate wireless communication between existing computer devices and network systems.
An optional wireless card provides easy wireless connectivity.
To make this wireless card work I was advised to log on to http://www.
It allows a computer with the right kind of wireless card to connect to a cell-phone network.

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