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February 18, 2009

Digitus Intros LAN PCI Adapter with Advanced MIMO Technology

By Rajani Baburajan, TMCnet Contributor

Digitus, a specialist in computer accessories and network solutions, has introduced a quick wireless local area network Peripheral Component Interconnect adapter DN-7066.
Pictured below, the new adapter is equipped with the most advanced multiple input multiple output technology and complies with wireless LAN standard 802.11n Draft 2.0. The PCI adapter, according to Digitus, offers a real alternative to data transfer by cable.
The 11n standard products from Digitus allow stable connections and a large bandwidth for the use, allowing multi-media applications to be transmitted in the network without interruption.
Digitus PCI card DN-7066 supports a data transmission rate up to 300 Mbps, where the data flow, range and reliability are significantly improved in comparison to the old standards, the company said.
The PCI card is protected with 64/128-bit encryption and also WPA-PSK and WPA2-PSK, so there is no security risk involved, says Digitus. The new PCI adapter is suitable for all usual network environments. It is equipped with status LEDs for connection and data transfer.
The device supports WiFi (News - Alert) Protected Setup. This feature allows users to add devices into an existing wireless LAN network.
Digitus PCI card DN-7066 supports Windows 2000/XP/XP64 and Vista. The company has been offering a number of technology solutions to the industry. In June, Digitus launched a USB Audio Adapter that can be used as a better alternative to a regular sound card. The new USB can be plugged into the front panel or the USB hub via the standard 3.5mm jack plug connection.
Another product the company launched recently was the Speed Dome Camera, which features a tracking mode that is motion sensitive. This camera is mainly used for surveillance of property from a farther distance.
Digitus also introduced two color mold cables that guarantee data transmission without any data losses. The cables promise higher picture quality because of the lowest signal losses. The company is part of Assmann Electronic. The brand ‘Digitus’ was introduced in 1994.

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Rajani Baburajan is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Rajani's articles, please visit her columnist page.

Edited by Michael Dinan