Quanta WF-100 - Compact Flash Wireless LAN Card
 Data Rate  11, 5.5, 2 and 1 Mbps per channel, auto fall back
 Frequency Range  2.4~2.4835GHz, DSSS
 Standard Compliance  WECA interoperability
 FCC Part 15, Sec.15.247/USA
 CE/ETSI 300.328, 300.826/Europe
 Network Architecture  Supports Infrastructure Mode
 Compliant with IEEE 802.11b Standards
 Support Ad-hoc mode (Peer-to-Peer)
 Channels  North America: 11 (2421~2462MHz, FCC)
 Canada : 11 (2421~2462MHz, DOC)
 Europe : 13 (2421~2472MHz, except Spain and France)
 Japan : 14 (2421~2484MHz, MKK)
 Supported Operation System  Win CE
 System Requirements  PDA with an available CF Card slot
 Security  64/128-bit WEP Encryption
 Radio Type  Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum (DSSS)
 Modulation  1M bps: DBPSK
 2M bps: DQPSK
 5.5M bps: CCK
 11M bps: CCK
 Antenna  Diversity Antenna System
 Internal patch antenna on PCB
 Receiver Sensitivity  @ 8% PER or less
 11 Mbps -82 dBm at least
 5.5 Mbps -84 dBm at least
 2 Mbps -85 dBm at least
 1 Mbps -87 dBm at least
 Dynamic Range  85dB typical
 Max. input level –5dBm @1Mbps
 Transmitter Power Output  Nominal Range: 14 +/- 1dBm
 Tx Carrier Suppression  25dB min.
 Power Supply Voltage  3.0~3.6V DC
 Average Current  290mA typical 2% transmit, 98% receive without power saving mode
 Average Current  75mA typical 2% transmit, 98% receive, 90% standby with power saving mode
 Continuous Transmit Mode  300mA max.
 Continuous Receive Mode  290mA max.
 Standby Mode  51mA max. (with power saving mode)
 Temperature Range  0~55C operating; -20~65C storage
 Relative Humidity  Max. 95% non-condensing
 Vibration  15G, 10~2000Hz, non-operating
 EMI  FCC Class B
 ESD  1500V, non-operating
  Physical Specifications
 LED  1 LED for WLAN Link/Active
 Form Factor  Comply with CF+ Type II Form Factor
  Reliable Performance Without Wires
 Dynamic rate shifting  Dynamically support 11M/5.5M/2M/1M automatic fall back functionality for maximum availability and reliability of network connections. The proper data rate is determined based on signal strength.
 Roaming capability  Seamless roaming under 802.11b WLAN infrastructure allowing wireless card users roams freely between access points and routers without losing network connectivity.
 Antenna diversity  Provides 2 antennas to improve the reception of signal.
 Infrastructure mode  Provided to communicate to wired network with roaming function.
 Ad-hoc mode  Provided for Peer-to-Peer communication without the need of Access Point.
 Site survey feature  ESSID, MAC address, WEP enable/disable, signal strength and RF channel of AP or Peer-to-Peer are visible. User friendly connection by one-click selection.
 Statistics function  A window is provided to display the status & error of the radio signal transmission and receiving, giving user the information of wireless communication status any time.
  Ease of Installation and Use
 User Friendly  Plug and play design provides user the easiest operation for installation/un-installation.
 Configuration and diagnostics  Provide Web-based configuration utilities and window-based diagnostics tools.
 IEEE 802.11b compliant  Compliant with IEEE 802.11b at 1, 2, 5.5, and 11Mbps. Backward compatibility with the original 802.11 standard at 1 and 2 Mbps for reliable interoperation with other DSSS products.
 Wi-Fi certified  The wireless LAN solution is Wi-Fi certified. Wi-Fi certification ensures reliable interoperability with other certified wireless networking products.
 System compatibility  Compatible with any computer running Microsoft Windows 98/2000/ME/NT/XP.
 Encryption  Provides optional encryption using 64 or 128-bit keys and the RC4 algorithm to protect the wireless portion of data transmissions. The access point also offer WEP as defined in the IEEE 802.11b standard.
* Specification is subject to change without notice