Belkin presents 300Mbps router

Posted on Wednesday, May 03 2006 @ 1:00 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Belkin today announced its N1 Wireless 802.11n WiFi line which features a bandwidth of up to 300Mbps in 40MHz channel mode and up to 150Mbps in 20MHz channel mode.
The Belkin N1 Wireless line includes a Router (F5D8231-4), Notebook Card (F5D8011) and Desktop Card (F5D8001). All products support WPA-2 Personal wireless security and WEP 64/128 bit encryption, plus a built-in firewall. A USB Adapter Card (F5D8051) was also announced, but will not be available until Q3 2006.
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Re: Belkin presents 300Mbps router
by Anonymous on Wednesday, May 03 2006 @ 4:10 CEST
Having a presentation 2 months in advance of the product is a bit desperate Belkin... However if this is Airgo's answer to 11n then it'll probably smack Broadcom and Marvell all over town. And FINALLY we have one with a USB adapter option which is nice to see. It's a very convenient connection, with little fuss or opening up the pc. What need to see more of is a range of adapters that all come out with the router product, i.e. mini pci (laptop), mini pci-e (newer laptop), USB, pcmcia, expresscard, pci-e and pci. Belkin did a good job before, let's hope that continues.