Question about Dell (FW065) Pre-802.11n Wireless Adapter
All I can find on the web is the operating system requirements and I'm trying to find the minimum micro processor horse power need to run a WiFi and an Aircard, (but now at rhe same time).
There are no minimum requirements for most digital communication devices other than the operating system because a network card does not monopolize processor cycles, have access to RAM, or large drive space requirements beyond that of the driver. If the board has the ports to run the card, it has the ability to support the card with a driver. Some specialized cards and video cards as well do have minimum requirements, but only because of power consumption, the heat they produce, and the fact they communicate directly with the processor at much faster speeds. I/O devices don't have to be nearly that fast since the wireless signal and or copper connection, not architecture, are the limiting factors in the speeds you can operate.
Posted on Dec 10, 2008
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