http://www.L‐com.com Long Range 802.11b/g/n USB Adapter for
Outdoor Use
Model: WLAN-LCUSB2415
User Manual
Revision 1.0
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Make sure there are antennas installed on each unit,
otherwise the RF will be damaged when power is on.
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NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for
a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are
designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a
residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if
not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause
harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by
turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
—Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
—Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
—Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
—Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/ TV technician for help.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
The antenna(s) used for this transmitter must not be co-located or operating in
conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.
The manufacture is not responsible for any radio or TV interference caused by
unauthorized modifications to this equipment. Such modifications could void the
user’s authority to operate the equipment.
http://www.L‐com.com Introduction
The WLAN-LCUSB2415 wireless network adapter is a powerful 32-bit USB
Adapter that installs quickly and easily into PCs or Notebook. This adapter can be
used in Ad-Hoc mode to connect with a wireless access point or router for access
to the internet in your enterprise or home network.
WLAN-LCUSB2415 wireless USB adapter connects you with 802.11n networks at
up to a 150Mbps. And for added versatility, it can also interoperate with all
802.11g (up to 54Mbps) and 802.11b (up to 11Mbps) products found in homes,
business, and public wireless hotspots around the country. And in either mode,
your wireless communications are protected by industrial-strength WPA/WPA2,
so your data stays secured.
This manual contains information of how to install and configure your wireless
adapter to get your network started accessing the internet. It will guide you
through the correct configuration steps to get your device up and running.
Before you begin
You must have at least the following:
 A laptop computer / Desktop PC with an available 32-bit USB port
 At least a 300MHz processor and 32MByte of memory
 Windows 2000 / XP 32-64 / Vista 32-64 / Windows 7 32-64 / Macintosh /
 A CD-ROM drive
Installing drivers and utilities
1. Do not connect the adapter to your computer.
2. Insert the driver and utility CD in the CD-ROM drive.
3. The setup wizard will launch automatically (under Windows Vista/7, you may
additionally need to select Run: Autorun.exe in the Autorun window). If the
CD-ROM autorun feature is disable. Run Autorun.exe in the CD’s root
4. Click Install Driver/Utility for your adapter. If you are using Windows Vista,
the User Account Control window may display. To proceed with the installation,
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no administrative privileges, you may also need to enter the user name and
password for an administrative account).
5. Select I accept the terms of the license agreement and click Next>.
6. If you wish to install the driver with utility software (recommended), select
Install driver and Ralink WLAN Utility. If you wish to install driver only, click
Install driver only and click Next>.
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select Install driver and Ralink Configuration Tool and click Next>. If you
wish to use your system’s wireless network wizard, select Microsoft Zero
Configuration Tool and click Next>.
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http://www.L‐com.com 8. Click Install to install the driver and configuration utility.
9. If a restart is required, select Yes to restart my computer now to restart the
computer after the installation or select No to restart the computer at a later
time. Click Finish to complete the setup wizard.
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1. Turn on the computer and wait for the operating system to launch. Log in,
if necessary.
2. Plug the adapter into a USB port.
3. If the Found New Hardware Wizard window appears, select Install the
software automatically (recommended) and click Next. The driver will
be installed automatically.
Wireless adapter configuration
A configuration application is installed with adapter drivers. The application’s icon
is displayed in the system tray (next to the clock), and its appearance depends on
the adapter and/or connection status.
To launch the adapter’s configuration, double-click the application’s icon (RaUI).
RaUI application
RaUI application window is divided into three parts:
1. Tab bar – click on Tab to display its contents in the main pane. Active Tab is
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3. Secondary pane – this pane contains connection information or additional
options for selected in main pane option. Click More (
) button to show
secondary pane or Less (
) button to hide it.
Connection information contains:
Status – Connection status:
 RF OFF – Adapter disconnected or RF is off.
 Disconnected – Wireless connection not established.
 〔SSID〕< -- > 〔BSSID〕– Connection established to network with
displayed ID’s.
Extra info – Additional information about connection.
Channel – Channel (Frequency) used by wireless network.
Authentication –Authentication method by wireless network.
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Network Type:
 Ad hoc–Connection peer to peer with other wireless adapter.
 Infrastructure–Connection with wireless network via Access Point (AP) or
wireless router.
Status–Wireless connection status.
IP Address–IP address configured or obtained from DHCP server.
Subnet Mask–Subnet Mask configured or obtained from DHCP server.
Default Gateway–Gateway IP address configured or obtained from DHCP
Link Quality: Shows link quality as a percentage bar (0~100%).
Signal Strength: Shows signal strength as a percentage bar (0~100%).
Noise Level: Shows noise level as a percentage bar (0~100%).
Transmit / Receive: Transmit / Receive as a percentage bar (0~100%).
Profile Tab
This Tab allows you to create profiles for the most frequently used wireless
network, i.e. home network, company network or public hotspots. The profile can
be activated as required.
Profile List –This list contains configured profiles, profile name, SSID,
information. Icons on the list means as below:
Add: Click Add to create a new profile.
Edit: Click Edit to change settings for the selected profile.
Delete: Click Delete to delete the selected profile.
Activate: Click Activate to activate the selected profile.
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This Tab allows configuration of basic connection parameters.
Profile Name – Enter a name to identify your profile. Default is PROF1.
SSID –Enter a network service set identifier (SSID) or select from a list of active
networks. If SSID broadcast function of AP is disabled, SSID must be entered
Network Type – You can select two wireless network types:
 The Infrastructure mode supports communications between a wireless
network and a wire network using an access point.
The Ad hoc mode supports peer to peer communications between two
wireless network devices.
TX Power – Set the signal transmit power to be used by the radio transmitter.
Choose the appropriate value from the drop-down list.
Preamble –Select the preamble length, default is Auto.
Channel –Select the channel to be used when establishing an Ad hoc network.
Power Save Mode –Select the power saving mode.
 Using CAM (Constantly Awake Mode), the network adapter will operate at
full power when connected to mains.
Using PSM (Power Saving Mode), the network adapter will enter power
saving mode.
RTS Threshold –Use the slider or enter a value for the RTS threshold in the field
provided. Default value: 2347.
Fragment Threshold –Use the slider or enter a value for the fragment threshold
in the field provided. Default value: 2346.
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This Tab contains all Authentication and Encryption settings
 Open –With the Open method, every wireless station can request
Shared –With the Shared authentication, the station requesting
authentication must provide a secret key (which can be obtained from
network administrator) using a secure channel (independent of the 802.11
wireless communications channel).
LEAP –(Light Extensible Authentication Protocol) is an EAP authentication
method used primarily on Cisco Aironet wireless networks. This protocol
encrypts transmitted data using dynamically generated WEP keys, and
supports two way authentications.
WPA and WPA2 –IEEE 802.1x protocol is used for authentication and AES
or TKIP for encryption.
WPA PSK and WPA2 PSK–Station requesting authentication must provide a
WPA Preshared Key. AES or TKIP are used for encryption.
Authentication: Open and Shared
Authentication –Change authentication method.
Encryption –Select None or WEP.
Use 802.1x –Check this option to use IEEE 802.1x for authentication. IEEE
802.1x supports full user authentication and control. This will also enable
802.1x Tab, where 802.1x can be configured.
WEP Key / Key#1 …4 –When you select WEP encryption or Shared
authentication without 802.1x, you need to enter a correct WEP key.
If a 64-bit WEP key is used, enter 10 Hexadecimal characters or 5
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ASCII characters.
If a 128-bit WEP key is used, enter 26 Hexadecimal characters or 13
ASCII characters.
Authentication: LEAP
Authentication –Change authentication method.
Identity –Enter your identity for the LEAP authentication service.
Password –Enter your password for the LEAP authentication service.
Domain Name –Enter your domain name for the LEAP authentication service.
Authentication: WPA and WPA2
Authentication –Change authentication method.
Encryption –Select the encryption method to be used.
 AES (Advanced Encryption System) uses symmetrical 128-bit data
block encryption.
TKIP (Temporal Key Integrity protocol) uses stronger encryption
algorithms and MIC (Message Integrity Check) to provide security
against hackers.
WPA and WPA2 use IEEE 802.1x protocol for authentication. After selecting
encryption method go to 802.1x Tab, where 802.1x settings can be configured.
Authentication: WPA-PSK and WPA2 PSK
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Encryption –Select the encryption method to be used.
 AES (Advanced Encryption System) uses symmetrical 128-bit data
block encryption.
TKIP (Temporal Key Integrity protocol) uses stronger encryption
algorithms and MIC (Message Integrity Check) to provide security
against hackers.
WPA Preshared Key –Enter the WPA preshared key (WPA-PSK and WPA2-PSK
only). The key should be 8 to 32 characters in length.
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Settings on this Tab allow IEEE 802.1x protocol. All information can be obtained
from wireless network administrator. Appearance of this Tab depends on options
selected from EAP method and Tunnel Authentication lists.
 PEAP –Protect Extensible Authentication Protocol. PEAP transports secured
authentication data by using tunneling between PEAP clients and an
authentication server. PEAP can authenticate wireless LAN clients using only
server-side certificates, thus simplifying the implementation and
administration of secure wireless network.
TLS/Smart Card –Transport Layer Security. Provides for certificate-based
and mutual authentication of the client and the network. It relies on client-side
and server-side certificates to perform authentication and can be used to
dynamically generate user-based and session-based WEP keys to secure
subsequent communications between the WLAN client and the AP.
TTLS –Tunnel Transport Layer Security. This security method provides for
certificate-based, mutual authentication of the client and network through an
encrypted channel. Unlike EAP-TLS, EAP-TTLS, it requires only server-side
EAP-FAST –Flexible Authentication via secured Tunneling. It was developed
by Cisco. Instead of using a certificate, mutual authentication is achieved by
means of a PAC (Protected Access Credential) which can be managed
dynamically by the authentication server. The PAC can be provisioned
(distributed on time) to the client either manually or automatically. Manual
provisioning is delivered to the client via disk or secured network distribution
method. Automatic provisioning is an in-band, over the air, distribution. For
tunnel authentication, only support “Generic Toke Card” authentication now.
MD5-Challenge –Message Digest Challenge. Challenge is an EAP
authentication type that provides base-level EAP support. It provides for only
one-way authentication, there is no mutual authentication of wireless client
and the network.
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EAP Method –Change EAP authentication method.
Tunnel Authentication –Change tunnel authentication method.
Session Resumption –Enable/disable session resumption.
Authentication ID / Password –Identity, Password and Domain Name for
server. Only EAP-FAST authentication can key in domain name. Domain name
can be keyed in blank space.
Tunnel ID / Password:
 Identity –Identity for tunnel.
 Password –Password for tunnel.
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Use Client certification –Enable this option to use Client certificate for server
authentication and then select certificate from drop-down list. You can find
detailed information on certificate below this list.
Server Certificate Tab
Use certificate chain –Enable this option, to enable the certification feature and
select the certificate issue.
Allow intermediate certificates –Select this option to allow the use of
intermediate certificates. These certificates must be located on the certification
chain between the server certificate and the server selected from list.
Server name –Enter the name of the authentication server.
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Allow unauthenticated provision mode –During the PAC can be provisioned
(distributed on time) to the client automatically. It only supported Allow
unauthenticated provision mode and use EAP-MSCHAP v2 authentication to
authenticate now. It causes to continue with the establishment of the inner tunnel
even through it is made with an unknown server.
Use protected authentication credential –During the PAC can be provisioned
to the client manually via disk or secured network distribution method. Click
Import, to browse for PAC settings file or click Remove, to stop using current file.
File Path –A path where PAC setting file is located.
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Icons on list means:
Show dBm – Check this box to show signal strength on AP List as dBm instead
of percentages. This also applies to Signal Strength and Noise Strength in
secondary pane.
AP List –List of wireless networks in range. Columns contain follow information:
SSID (hidden when SSID Broadcast on AP is disabled), network type icon
(infrastructure or Ad hoc) and used channel, supported 802.11 standards (i.e.
802.11g), security and signal strength. Double-click on network, to display
detailed network information in secondary pane.
Rescan –Click this button to rescan for available wireless networks.
Add to Profile –Click to create a profile for selected network. You can find
detailed information on profile configuration in previous section.
Connect –Click to connect to selected network without creating a profile.
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General Tab
General information on network and security.
SSID –Network SSID or Hidden if AP doesn’t broadcast SSID.
MAC Address –MAC address of AP.
Authentication Type –Authentication used by this network.
Encryption Type –Encryption used by this network.
Channel –Channel and Frequency used by this network
Network Type –Infrastructure or Ad-Hoc.
Beacon Interval –Interval for sending beacon to sustain connection.
Information on WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup)
Authentication Type –There are three types of authentication modes
supported by RaConfig. They are open, Shared, WPA-PSK and WPA
Encryption Type –For open and shared authentication mode, the selection
of encryption type are None and WEP. For WPA, WPA2, WPA-PSK and
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Config Methods – Correspond to the methods that AP supports as an
Enrollee for adding external Registrars (a bitwise or of values).
Hardware Interface
USBA (Flash Drive)
External NFC Token
Integrated NFC Token
NFC Interface
Push Button
Device Password ID –Indicate the method or identifies the specific
password that the selected Registrar intends to use. AP in PBC mode must
indicate 0x0004 with two minute Walk Time.
Push Button (PBC)
Integrated NFC Token
Selected Registrar –Indicate if the user has recently activated a Registrar to
add an Enrollee. The values are TRUE and FALSE.
State –The current configuration state on AP. The values are Unconfigured
and Configured.
Version –WPS specified version.
AP Setup Locked –Indicate if AP has entered a setup locked state.
UUID-E –The universally unique identifier (UUID) element generated by the
Enrollee. There is a value. It is 16 bytes.
RF Bands –Indicate all RF bands available on the AP. A dual-band AP must
provide it. The values are 2.4GHz and 5GHz
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Information regarding CCX (Cisco Compatible eXtensions) supported by AP.
802.11n Tab
Detailed information about APs support of 802.11n protocol and its functions.
FALSE value means the function is not supported or disabled. TRUE means
supported and enabled.
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This Tab can be used to change advanced wireless network adapter options.
Wireless mode –Select wireless mode in which adapter will work.
Enable TX Burst –Selecting this mode may accelerate frame transmission.
Enable TCP Window Size –Selecting this feature may improve TCP
performance on wireless connections.
Fast Roaming –Switchover between access points will occur when the current
AP’s minimum signal strength threshold set in this field is exceeded.
Show Authentication Status Dialog –When you connect AP with authentication,
choose whether show Authentication Status Dialog or not. It displays the
process about 802.1 x authentications.
Select Your Country Region Code –The item selected in this field determines
the channels (frequencies) available. In some cases driver will select region
based on regional settings of operating system – in those cases it’s not possible
to change this value.
Enable CCX (Cisco Compatible eXtensions) –This enable supports for Cisco
Compatible eXtensions:
Turn on CCKM –Using LEAP allows taking advantage of CCKM (Cisco
Centralized Key Management).
Enable Radio Measurement –It supports for the Radio Measurement
feature used in Cisco network hardware.
Apply –Apply changes.
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This Tab shows Transmit and Receive statistics.
Frames Transmitted Successfully –shows the number of frames transmitted
Frames Retransmitted Successfully –shows the number of frames transmitted
successfully after retrying.
Frames Fail To Receive ACK After All Retries –shows the number of frames
which did not receive acknowledgement after all retries.
RTS Frames Successfully Receive CTS –shows the number of RTS (Request
To Send) frames which received responses in the form of CTS (Clear To Send)
RTS Frames Fail To Receive CTS –shows the number of RTS (Request To
Send) frames which did not received responses in the form of CTS (Clear To
Send) frames.
Reset Counter – Click this button to reset all Transmit statistics.
Frames Received Successfully –shows the number of frames received without
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Frames Received with CRC Error –shows the number of frames received with
CRC errors.
Frames Dropped Due To Out-of-Resource –shows the number of frames
dropped due to resource issue.
Duplication Frames Received –show the number of duplicate frames received.
Reset Counter –Click this button to reset all Receive statistics.
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This Tab contains settings for WMM (Wi-Fi Multimedia), which provide basic QoS
(Quality of Service) for 802.11 networks. WMM prioritize traffic base on four
Access Categories (AC): Voice, Video, best effort and background. WMM doesn’t
guarantee throughput for ACs and can be used for VOIP applications. To use
WMM functions WMM must be also supported by AP.
WMM Setup Status –Status of WMM option: Disabled or Enabled.
WMM Enable –Enable Wi-Fi Multi-Media.
WMM – Power Save Enable – Enable WMM Power Save and select ACs:
AC_BK (background), AC_BE (best effort), AC_VI (Video), AC_VO (Voice).
Direct Link Setup Enable –Enable DLS (Direct Link Setup).
MAC address –MAC Address of remote STA (must conform to two conditions:
connect with the same AP that support DLS features and have to enable DLS).
Timeout Value –represents that it disconnects automatically after some seconds.
The value is integer. The integer must be between 0~65535. It represents that it
always connects if the value is zero. Default value of Timeout Value is 60
Apply –Click to save DLS and add it to the list.
Tear Down –Select DLS from list and click this button to remove it.
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The primary goal of Wi-Fi Protected Setup (Wi-Fi Simple Configuration) is to
simplify the security setup and management of Wi-Fi networks. Ralink STA as an
Enrollee or external Registrar supports the configuration setup using PIN
configuration method or PBC configuration method through an internal or external
WPS AP List –Display the information of surrounding APs with WPS IE from last
scan result. List information includes SSID, BSSID, Channel, ID (Device
Password ID), and Security-Enable.
Rescan –issue a rescan command to wireless NIC to update information on
surrounding wireless network.
Information –Displays information about WPS IE on the selected network. List
information includes Authentication Type, Encryption Type, Config Methods,
Device Password ID, Selected Registrar, State, Version, AP Setup Locked,
UUID-E and RF Bands. Details can be found in Detail network information
PIN Code –8-digi numbers. It is required to enter PIN Code into Registrar using
method. When STA is Enrollee, you can use Renew button to re-generate new
PIN Code.
Config Mode –Our station role-playing as an Enrollee or an external Registrar.
WPS Profile List –Display all of credentials got from the Registrar. List
information includes SSID, MAC Address, Authentication and Encryption Type. If
it’s STA Enrollee, credentials are created as soon as each WPS success. If it’s
STA Registrar, RaUI creates a new credential with PA2-PSK/AES/64Hex-Key and
doesn’t change until next switching to STA Registrar.
Detail –Displays Credential information in secondary pane.
http://www.L‐com.com Connect –Command to connect to the selected network inside credentials. The
active selected credential is as like as the active selected Profile.
Rotate –Command to rotate to connect to the next network inside credentials.
Disconnect –Stop WPS action and disconnect this active link. And then select
the last profile at the Profile Page of RaUI if exists. If there is an empty profile
page, the driver will select any non-security AP.
Export Profile –Export all credentials to Profile.
Delete –Delete an existing credential. And then select the next credential if exists.
If there is an empty credential, the driver will select any non-security AP.
PIN –Start to add to Registrar using PIN configuration method. If STA Registrar,
remember that enter PIN Code read from your Enrollee before starting PIN.
PBC –Start to add to Registrar using PBC configuration method.
Caution: When you click PIN or PBC, please don’t do any rescan within
two-minute connection. If you want to abort this setup within the interval, restart
PIN/PBC or click Disconnect to stop WPS action.
WPS Associate IE –Send the association request with WPS IE during WPS
setup. It is optional for STA.
WPS Probe IE –Send the probe request with WPS IE during WPS setup. It is
optional for STA.
Progress Bar –Display rate of progress from Start to Connected status.
Status Bar –Display currently WPS status.
Automatically select the AP –Start to add to AP by using to select the AP
automatically in PIN method.
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Modification of these settings is possible only in Registrar mode.
SSID –Network SSID in credential.
BSSID –Network BSSID in credential.
Authentication Type –Authentication used by network in credential.
Encryption Type –Encryption used by network in credential.
Key Length –Encryption Key length.
Key Index –Encryption Key Index.
Key Material –Encryption Key.
Radio on/off Tab
Click this Tab to enable or disable radio transmission. Green icon –RF “On”,
Red icon – RF “Off”.
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This Tab contains driver, application and network adapter information.
RaConfig Version –Shows the version of the RaConfig application.
Driver Version –Shows the current driver version.
Date –Shows the application/driver release date.
EEPROM Version –Shows the current EEPROM revision.
Firmware Version –Shows the current firmware version.
Phy_Address –Shows the adapter’s physical address (MAC).
This chapter provides solutions to problems that may occur during the installation
and operation of the wireless USB adapter.
The Wireless USB Adapter does not work properly.
 Reinsert the Wireless Adapter into your PC’s USB port.
Right click on My Computer and select Properties. Select the device
manger and click on Network Adapter. You will find the Adapter if it is
installed successfully. If you see the yellow exclamation mark, the
resources are conflicting. You will see the status of the Adapter. If there
is a yellow question mark, please check the following:
Make sure that your PC has a free IRQ (Interrupt Request, a hardware
interrupt on a PC).
Make sure that you have inserted the right adapter and installed the
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proper driver. If the Adapter does not function after attempting the above
steps, remove the adapter and do the following:
Uninstall the driver software from your PC.
Restart your PC and repeat the hardware and software installation as
specified in this User Manual.
I cannot communicate with other computers linked via Ethernet in the
Infrastructure configuration.
 Make sure the power of the PC with Adapter associated is on.
 Make sure that your Adapter is configured on the same channel and with
the same security options as with the other computers in the
Infrastructure configuration.
What should I do when the computer with the Adapter installed is
unable to connect to the wireless network and/or the Internet?
 Check the LED indicators from the broadband modem, see if LED
indicating normal activity. If not, there may be problem with the
broadband connection.
 Check the LED indicators on the wireless router or AP to see if they are
functioning properly. If not, check if the AC power and Ethernet cable are
firmly connected.
 Check the IP address, subnet mask, gateway and DNS settings are
correctly entered for the network.
 In Infrastructure mode, make sure the same Service Set Identifier (SSID)
is specified on the settings for the wireless clients and access points.
 In Ad-Hoc mode, both wireless clients will need to have the same SSID.
Please note that it might be necessary to set up one client to establish a
BSS (Basic Service Set) and wait before setting up other clients. This
prevents several clients from trying to establish a BSS at the same time,
which can result in multiple singular BSSs being established, rather than
a single BSS with multiple clients associated to it.
 Check if the Network Connection for the wireless client is configured
 If Security is enabled, make sure the correct encryption keys are entered
on both the Adapter and the access point.
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Standards Compliance
IEEE 802.11b/g, 802.11 draft n 2.0, USB 2.0
Chipsets Solution
IEEE802.11g: OFDM with BPSK, QPSK, 16QAM, 64QAM
IEEE802.11n draft 2.0:
Frequency Band
America/FCC:2.412~2.462 GHz (11 channels)
Europe CE/ETSI:2.412~2.472 GHz (13 channels)
Japan : 2.412~2.484 GHz (14 channels)
Transmission Power
20~30dBm (100mW~1W) adjustable
Transmission Rate
IEEE802.11b: 1/2/5.5/11 Mbps
IEEE802.11g: 6/9/12/18/24/36/48/54 Mbps
IEEE802.11n draft 2.0: 150 Mbps
Access Protocol
-91dBm @ 11Mbps, PER < 8% packet size 1024; -76dBm @
54Mbps, PER < 10% packet size 1024; -76±2dBm @
65Mbps: 802.11n(20MHz); -74±2dBm @ 135Mbps:
Frequency Stability
With ±10ppm
Antenna Type
External 7dBi Dipole Antenna(Optional)
Security Systems
64/128-bit WEP,WPA-PSK,WPA2-PSK,802.1X and Cisco
USB 2.0 with 5m cable
32~122°F (0 ~50°C)
Network Management
System OS Support
Windows 2000 / XP 32-64/ Vista 32-64/ Windows 7 32-64 /
Macintosh/ Linux
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