D-link 5GHz 802.11a Wireless 72Mbps System
Wireless networking technology is nothing new, slow performance and high prices have put a damper on an otherwise promising technology. We all would love to rid ourselves of annoying, and sometimes difficult to install UTP cabled networks in favor of the much easier to deploy 802.11b and 802.11a wireless networks. First generation wireless networks were plagued by slow transfer speeds, an easy to bypass encryption schemes, all at a very high price.
Click Image to Enlarge
The recently introduced 802.11a (Wi-Fi5) wireless standard allows for much higher data transfer speeds compared to previous generations of products. Deployment costs should be much less than previous generations, and D-link is touting their 802.11a-based solutions (the DWL-5000AP Access Point, DWL-A520 PCI card, and the DWL-A650 PCMCIA card) all sport up to 72Mbps transfer speeds in turbo mode.
Check out the article at speedy3d
New Source: Overclockers Club