1. What is a USB Wi-Fi Dongle?
â€“ A USB Wi-Fi Dongle is a network adapter that plugs into a computer's USB port. This is usually
installed in your computer with a software installer at the first time it is used on a computer, but the
computer should recognize the device every time it's subsequently plugged in. This device transmits
data wirelessly between the computer and other computers on the network and allows you to
connect to a wireless networks.
2. What is a Wireless-N?
â€“ A Wireless-N which is also known as 802.11n is the most current generation of wireless standard of
high-speed Wi-Fi capable of delivering the range and capacity over Wireless-B and Wireless-G
networks and it helps eliminate dead spots.
3. What is the recommended distance of Wireless-N USB Network Adapter from the Wireless router?
â€“ The recommended distance between two devices is approximately 50 meters for indoor and 100
meters for outdoors.
4. What is the transmission distance of the network adapter?
â€“ The transmission distance for indoor is 100m, while for outdoor is up to 400M.
5. What is WPA Security?
â€“ WPA/WPA2-Personal (PSK) stands for Wi-Fi Protected Access with a Pre-Shared Key, and was
developed to address the security weaknesses associated with WEP security. WPA/WPA2-Personal
(PSK) all devices must use the same Pre-Shared Key (PSK) to connect to a network encrypted with
WPA. The PSK can be any word or phrase from 8 to 63 characters. The password you use is case