Description: Detailed Features The HP E-series MSM Access Points and integrated RF security sensors operating are managed by any of the HP E-series MSM controllers and the HP RF manager for the RF security sensors. The HP E-series Access Points can also work in autonomous mode. The HP E-series MSM Access
- Wireless: Yes
Supplier: Howard Computers
Description: HP offers intelligent IEEE 802.11n wireless access points, ranging from the single-radio IEEE 802.11n/a/b/g to the dual 802.11 n/a/b/g and a/b/g access points. The MSM access points are advanced wireless devices that provide consistent, easy-to-manage connectivity that expands your existing network
Computers - STYLISTIC Q550 WIN7PRO (32-BIT) MUI TPM 30GB SSD WebCam 802.11 a/b/g/n BT v3.0 -- Q550-30GB-01Supplier: Zones, Inc.
Description: compatibility Weight of only 1.7 lbs. Exceptionally bright (400 nit) 10.1" WXGA IPS display withwide-viewing angles Balanced design with slip-free grip Quick-swap battery for all day computing Rock-solid security features including Fingerprint Sensor,integrated SmartCard reader slot, embedded TPM
- Type: Tablet
Notebook and Laptop Computers - NB30-JP02 N450 1.66G 1GB 250GB 10.1IN 802.11 B/G/N WIFI W7S W/1YR -- NP-NB30-JP02USSupplier: Zones, Inc.
Description: If your netbook is especially important to your lifestyle, then give it the protection it deserves. With a unique S-pattern made from a stylishly protective material, the Samsung NB30 contents safe while reducing the risk of scratches and fingerprints. Its hard disk drive free fall sensor
- Type: Laptop / Notebook
Supplier: ValueTronics International, Inc.
Description: The Rohde & Schwarz FSQ26 is one of our refurbished RF Spectrum Analyzer and Signal Analyzer. Option Description: K9 - Power Sensor Measurements K91 - Modulation and spectrum measurements on WLAN signals to 802.11 a/b/g/j
Supplier: Visual Sound, Inc.
Description: ViewSonic Corp. More info coming soon!! Android 2.2 OS 10.1" Capacitive multi-touch 1024x600 Resolution 1GHz, 512MB ROM 512MB RAM Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR (Optional 3G) Webcam 1.3MP G-sensor USB, Micro SD (32GB Max), HDMI, headphone
- Type: PDA
- Features: Handheld / Portable
Supplier: RFM (RF Monolithics, Inc.)
Description: The WSN802G is a 2.4 GHz IEEE 802.11 g radio transceiver module that enables OEMs to build low-power wireless local area networking (WLAN) and sensor monitoring solutions for the global market. It is the first RFM RF module to integrate the Gainspan GS1010 System on Chip (SoC). The WSN802G delivers
- Function: Transceiver
- Applications: Mobile / Wireless Systems
- Form Factor / Package: Stand Alone
- Source Type: DC (Battery) Power
Supplier: Microchip Technology, Inc.
Description: The RN-ISENSOR-CB is a battery powered Wi-Fi sensor capable of reporting sensor data back to the host server. This sensor is built upon the standard 802.11 b/g wireless infrastructure, making it easier to monitor and track the sensor readings. The RN-ISENSOR-CB contains an analog port which
- Technology: Wi-Fi / WiMAX / Wi-Mesh
- Interface: Other
- Device Type: Transceiver
- Features: RoHS Compliant
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