by October 9, 2006 0 comments



This is a MIMO based wireless access point from Level One for small offices.
That’s why it has three antennae, which help provide wide wireless coverage.
It has a four-port Ethernet switch to connect your machines over wired LAN. The
device can be easily configured and managed using its Web-based interface. It
supports both 802.11b and 802.11g standards.

Price:
Rs 7,950 (1 yr warranty)
Key
Specs:
Supports MIMO, WEP, WPA, WPA2, Radius, WPA2-PSK, can
create WLDP (Wire Less Distribution Point)
Contact:
MINDS India, Delhi Tel: 9818299663 Email: jerry.albert@level1.co.in

On the security front it supports WEP, WPA, WPA2, Radius, WPA2-PSK, etc. We
tested the AP with an IBM R52 Centrino notebook and used both Level One PCMCIA
MIMO wireless adaptor and the notebook’s built in one. In our tests, it gave a
throughput of just 19—20 Mbps, which is average.

The device registered an acceptable 0.2% data loss while streaming a data
stream of 50 kbps to 100 kbps from one point to another.

As far as its coverage is concerned, we got excellent 80% signal strength
even in our office basement.

Bottom Line: Priced a bit higher for these features compared to other
access points available in the market.

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