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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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.
The Portable Laptops Will Operate Both On The Msp Enterprise Network And Remotely, Independent Of The Msp Enterprise Network, Using Cellular Air Card Connection To The Internet Which Provides Access To The Cview-plus Service And To Fmcsas Network Services.
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.
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.
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.