Wireless USB 2.0 LAN Mini 802.11G Adapter w/High Gain 5dBi Antenna
 
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Product Description

Chipset: Zydas 1211 Standard: IEEE /g Interface: USB 2.0 and 1.1 compliant Antenna Type: R-SMA Jack Frequency: IEEE : 2.4~2.497GHz. IEEE 802.11g: 2.4~2.4835GHz Modulation Method: IEEE : DBPSK / DQPSK / CCK. IEEE 802.11g: BPSK / QPSK/ 16QAM / 64QAM Data Transfer Rate: IEEE : 1, 2, 5.5, 11Mbps. IEEE 802.11g: 6, 9, 12, 18, 24, 36, 48, 54Mbps Security: WEP (64/128/256bit). WPA, WPA-PSK, WPA2, WPA2-PSK, TKIP/AES Operating Channel: Channel 1~11 (U.S. and Canada). Channel 1~13 (Europe and other regions) Power Consumption: Transit mode: <350ma. Receive mode: <270ma CE FCC RoHS compliant Dimension: Antanna length: 191mm USB Adapter: 88mm x 26mm x 13mm

Customer Reviews:

  • You get what you pay for
    Ok,

    I have a generic laptop that boots Vista, Fedora Core, and nUbuntu running a generic internal Broadcom chipset for WiFi. Either my internal card is really good or this external USB WiFi Adapter is not all that great. I am leaning toward the latter.

    In both the Windows and Linux variants the USB adapter typically only picked up half of the APs that my internal card did. I tried with and without an USB extension cord and with and without the internal card disabled. The results were always the same - this adapter performed mediocre at best.

    The cheap plastic case feels like a badly made toy that could break under marginal duress. The bit where the antenna screws on feels particularly weak and everytime I adjusted the antenna orientation I worried I was going to snap something. The antenna itself seems of decent quality - it clearly was not manufactured in the same facility as the adapter itself.

    So...you get what you pay for (I paid $15). It works as advertised, but I would recommend passing on this particular adapter. The only interesting thing about this was my cat's compulsion to chew on the antenna......more info
  • USB lan adapter with external antenna
    i have one USB broadband (EVDO) modem, several notebooks and travel alot. i was thinking of purchasing EVDO modem /wireless access point hardware but decided to try this (for much less money). using this i was able to setup one notebook as a wireless access point and now share the broadband modem (using Internet Connection Sharing (ICS)) with all notebooks. the external antenna gives me excellent range! ...more info
  • Decent adapter
    When connecting to an access point that was giving a one bar signal with other adapters gave no signals with this adapter connected directly to the laptop's USB port. When I attached it using a six foot USB extender cable it got 1-2 bars.

    Other adapters could not receive in my basement. This one would receive if I was using the USB extender cable and I was holding it. As soon as I would set it down and walk away it would lose the connection....more info
Features:
  • Wireless IEEE 802.11g USB 2.0 High-Gain Adapter
  • Chipset: Zydas / Comply with 802.11g and 802.11b Standards
  • with Advanced Wireless Security-64/128/256-bit WEP, WPA (TKIP, IEEE802.1X)
  • and AES w/High Gain 5dBi Antenna * Style *
  • Made in Taiwan=Quality Assurance