A syndicate can request admission for any registered member of the syndicate who does not possess an AIR card
, thereby ensuring all members receive admission when they have a runner.
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.
Inserting an owner's compatible USB mobile broadband modem - sometimes called an "air card
" - into SYNC's USB port will produce a secure wireless connection that will be broadcast throughout the vehicle, allowing passengers with WiFi-enabled mobile devices to access the Internet anywhere the broadband modem receives connectivity.
Malfunctioning Air Card<p>The same North American 3G carrier experienced DOS overloads due to a malfunctioning air card
. Bell Labs says it took several man-months of effort to identify the rogue device.
Another product that individuals looking for a seamless from the office to the road should consider is an 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.S.
The council said that from 8 January 2007 all passengers flying to the US will require a valid passport or a NEXUS Air card
France says NCS added a wide area network air card
to his firm's tablet personal computers so they can use Sprint's wireless network for about $80 per month per PC unit.
Today, reporters who don't have an Air Card
, WiFi, a BlackBerry and a Web-enabled cell phone and think "Soapbox" is a rhetorical platform, not a wireless outlet, are decidedly behind the times.
SOUTHWICK: The air card
has proved to be an exceptional product.