Category Archives: Belkin

Belkin To Release Updated MIMO Wi-Fi Gear

Belkin said Monday that it is about to released enhanced pre-standard 802.11n Wi-Fi equipment using Multiple Input-Multiple Output (MIMO) technology aimed at home and small office users. Via []Continue Reading

New Wi-Fi Nearly Doubles Speed

Wireless networking products are never modest in their performance claims. However, Belkin’s new Wireless Pre-N Router ($150) and Notebook Network Card ($100) promise–and deliver–dramatically faster speeds and much better range than their fastest 802.11g predecessors. Via []Continue Reading

Belkin Out On A Limb With 802.11n?

What exactly provoked the WiFi Alliance to threaten to withdraw its imprimatur from anybody who started announcing 802.11n technology? An obvious suspect has to be whoever it is who is offering “pre-N” technology, eh, Belkin? Via []Continue Reading

Review: Belkin 802.11g Wireless Ethernet Adapter

More and more gadgets have built-in networking capabilities, but the problem is connecting them all to your home or small office network without making rooms look like IT wiring closets. Belkin’s 802.11g Wireless Ethernet Adapter is a perfect alternative to pulling cables if you have a wireless WiFi network — or want to create one.Continue Reading

Belkin To Launch 802.11n Wi-Fi Products On October 22

Belkin today said that it will begin to sell Wi-Fi routers and network cards supporting the not-yet standardized 802.11n technology through retail outlets in the US on October 22. The technology increases the bandwidth of today’s 802.11g standard from 54 Mbit/s to 135 Mbit/s. Via []Continue Reading

Belkin Wireless Pre-N Router: A First Look

Belkin’s Wireless Pre-N router offers enhanced range and throughput in advance of the upcoming 802.11n standard. However, it could be rendered obsolete when the specification is finally ratified. Via []Continue Reading