EnGenius has announced control software for its line of wireless access points and bridges.
NETGEAR has announced a pair of business-grade 802.11n access points.
This time it's not the FCC website that provides a view of an upcoming Linksys product, but Linksys' own website instead. Tim Higgins provides the intimate details on the company's first foray into the outdoor AP market.
Here's the problem. You're cheap...uh, make that frugal... have one or two wireless laptops that you want to get connected to your LAN, and don't want to buy an access point or wireless router to do it. Can it be done?
Dual-radio 802.11a/b (Atheros 802.11a, Broadcom 802.11b) Access Point. Has first generation Atheros 11a radio.