PCMCIA card


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PCMCIA card

A common reference to the earlier PC Card used for peripheral expansion. See PC Card.
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* Up to 54 Mbps high-speed data transfer rate * Built in power management saves battery power * Compatible with Microsoft Windows Mobile 2002 or higher * User-friendly software provides hassle-free installation and configuration * Plug-and-Play operation provides easy setup * Sturdy, integrated antenna with Link LED * Interoperable with Wi-Fi Certified IEEE 802.11g devices * Supports up to 128-bit WEP encryption for wireless security * Roam among Access Points without resetting or reconfiguring * Automatic fallback data rate increases data reliability * Works with Type II PCMCIA card slots
Here's how it works: an authorized individual using any PC with a PCMCIA card can access an HSE network through a single HSE radio in the field (radio as an access point), can send and retrieve data from a linked device such as a PLC (radio as a bridge) and send that data back to another Ethernet backbone (radio acting as a repeater).
These may take the form of a PCI card (for desktop PCs) or a PCMCIA card (for laptops).
Alternatively, customised logos and fonts, barcodes and other complex graphics can be created using the TTSoft Graphic Editor and downloaded to the coder via a PCMCIA card or RS232 serial connection.
Other features will include integrated GPS, customizable interface panels and a built-in PCMCIA card. The cost of the new ultra-rugged handheld will start at roughly $5,000.
The system requires one Richochet PCMCIA card for the router and one for any laptop used away from the router site.
Fully compatible with all certified versions of IDM Technology, PCIDM allows AMPS to incorporate all IDM functions into Miltope's Microsoft Windows-based rugged computer via a standard Type II PCMCIA card. With the PCIDM, Army personnel can put the TSC-750 computer to effective use as a ground or airborne station host for transmission/reception and routing of C2 messages and situation awareness data, flight-testing data, and mission control, and training data.
The PCMCIA card is NSA-certified as a Type-1 crypto device and, as such, the user loads the card using standard processes, procedures, and mechanisms that exist in current force organizations.
And the projectors include a number of security features, such as password protection, a lock slot, and the ability to format a PCMCIA card as a security card to disable the projector to unauthorized users.
Testra testers are similar to the Sprint but offer further enhanced flexibility with features including PCMCIA card slot for program and data storage, touch-screen and fast predictive test times.
The company believes that the trend is turning away from voice communications and toward a universal data language with automatic translation features -- and ICI's PCIDM PCMCIA card provides specific layers of datalinks, networking and message processing features for soldiers to communicate directly from any commercial laptop.
With a laptop, this card simply plugs into a Type II PCMCIA Card slot.