The wireless WLAN USB module offers the option to easily add wireless network
communication to the PIP. It supports wireless LAN IEEE 802.11b/g/n standards as well as host
interface USB 2.0 and is using the Ralink RT3070 chipset.
The solution is installed inside the PIP next to the PC/104-Plus expansion and is connected with a cable to the internal USB header of the PIP. The module can be mounted into every PIP housing without loosing space for additional PC/104-Plus and/or PC/104 cards.
As antenna solution we recommend to use the WLANANT-1 option. This includes the antenna assembly consisting of a 33cm coaxial cable connected to the WLAN-USB module and a vertical adjustable rubber antenna that is mounted on the PIP front. If you require the antenna remote mounted, please talk to us so we can offer a different solution.
The WLAN-USB module can be used in all Celeron M, Pentium M, and Core Duo based PIPs equipped with internal USB interface connector. For example, it works on all PIP9-11, PIP10-1, PIP10-2, PIP20-1, just to name a few.
|WLAN-3USB||802.11b/g/n Wireless LAN USB module mounted inside PIP (for the PIP10 platform)|
|WLAN-4USB||802.11b/g/n Wireless LAN USB module mounted inside PIP (for the PIP20 platform)|
|WLANANT-1||Antenna assembly for WLAN-USB with 33cm coaxial cable and vertical rubber antenna|
for new 802.11 b/g/n modules with RT3070 chipset:
|Setup_RT3070_v18.104.22.168.exe||22.214.171.124||module is using the chipset RT3070 from Mediatek|
|126.96.36.199||module is using the chipset RT3070 from Mediatek|
for old 802.11 b/g/ modules with RT2571W chipset:
|Setup_RT7x_v188.8.131.52.exe||184.108.40.206||module is using the chipset RT2571W from Mediatek|
|Linux||RT73_Linux_STA_Drv220.127.116.11.zip||18.104.22.168||module is using the chipset RT2571W from Mediatek|
For the most recent drivers and documentation, please check out the support site of Mediatek