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NETGEAR WG511T Super-G Wireless PC Card

by Netgear
75 customer reviews

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  • Super-G Wireless PC card improves your wireless speed and range
  • At 108 Mbps, this adapter is up to ten times faster than 802.11b wireless protocol
  • Extends your network coverage up to four times more than standard Wireless-G protocol
  • Keeps your network private with WEP encryption
  • Device measures 2.12 x 0.25 x 4.68 inches(WxHxD)
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Product Description

Product Description

MODEL- WG511T VENDOR- NETGEAR INC. FEATURES- 108 MbpsWireless PC Card 32-bit CardBus Dual-mode 802.11b/g PC Card. Want the fastest-ever untethered access to the Internet from your notebook PC? Then NETGEAR s 108 Mbps Wireless PC Card is just what you need. It achieves speeds upto 108 Mbps with Super GTM Technology providing total mobility as you access your home wireless router office network or public hotspots. Even more it lets you finally enjoy the best in advanced applications such as videostreaming and at greater range with new antenna technology. NETGEAR s Smart Wizard install assistant makes setup so easy you re ready to go within minutes. 802.11g standard compliance ensures interoperability with existing 802.11band 802.11g networks. Delivers digital images videos and MP3 files up to 10x faster than most existing 11b wireless networks - up to 108 Mbps with Super G Technology. New antenna technology permits greater range thanavailable with previous-generation products. Dynamic rate shifting responds to environmental conditions in order to achieve the fastest possible connections. Lets you take your notebook anywhere from home to office to theairport and other public access areas - without being tied to Ethernet cables. It works with 802.11b wireless routers and access points ensuring compatibility with many existing hotspots and networks. Setup is a breeze with NETGEARs Smart Wizard install assistant. Provides the highest available level of industry standard 128-bit WEP encryption and it s upgradeable to Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA) security. Use with the NETGEAR WGT624 108 Mbps WirelessFirewall Router for added firewall security. Includes Wireless PC card

Amazon.com

Amazon.com Product Description
The NETGEAR WG511T Wireless-G PC Card offers:
  • Up to 108 Mbps via 802.11g wireless networking.
  • Backwards compatibility with 802.11b wireless networks.
  • 128-bit WEP encryption for extra security.
Wireless networking is constantly evolving, and the need for increasingly faster speeds and greater range is not only sought after, but expected. If better wireless speed and range with consistent wireless connections is what you're looking for, then NETGEAR has you covered with the WG511T Super-G Wireless PC Card. With this handy device you'll have no more dropped connections, and you can kiss dead spots goodbye.



An antenna is built in for portability. View larger.
If you love all the new media applications, such as video and music streaming, you know you need a wireless connection that operates at lightning quick speeds to keep things running smooth. These new applications are nearly impossible with the old 802.11b wireless protocol, but they are certainly attainable with increased wireless speeds. The WG511T delivers the speed you desire. At 108 Mbps, it is up to ten times faster than 802.11b, and extends your network coverage up to four times more than standard Wireless-G protocol.

NETGEAR also helps you keep it simple with an easy-to-use, intuitive 32-bit PCI bus interface, and is designed specially for your Notebook PC. Just install the WG511T into the notebook PC, and you'll be ready to connect. Plus, you can keep your network private with WEP encryption.

Setup is made quick and easy with the Smart Wizard install software. System requirements include a Notebook PC with Pentium 300 Mhz-compatible processor higher, available CardBus PC Card Type II slot, and Microsoft Windows Vista, XP, 2000, 98SE, or Me. Microsoft Vista Beta drivers are available at www.netgear.com/vista.


What's in the Box
NETGEAR WG511T Super-G Wireless PC Card, setup CD, installation guide, and warranty/support information card.


Product Details

Data Sheet [657kb PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 2.1 x 4.7 x 0.2 inches ; 7.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B0000C1ZNV
  • Item model number: WG511T
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (75 customer reviews)
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  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 4, 2006

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Customer Reviews

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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on October 19, 2003
At least when paired with the Netgear WGT624 WAP/Router this card does indeed have a significant farther range than for instance the DLINK 614+ was was currently using. I can go from one corner of the house downstairs to a bedroom at the opposite corner of the house upstairs, on a waterbed at almost full speed (this gave the DLINK some trouble).
It also comes with a nifty utility that does a better job than Windows with settings and statistics (like actual network throughput).
One minor issue may be with how hot this card gets which is always a concern with a laptop. To the cards credit there are settings for Power Save and Transmit Power which may help.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Shop Till You Drop on December 3, 2005
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I bought this card for an older Dell Inspiron 7000 running Win98 SE.

If you buy this card, I recommend that you first go to the [...] website, click on the support tab, choose Downloads, highlight the WG511T Adapter and download the latest firmware driver revision, ver 3.9. When you unzip it, it has the driver file, the user guide and the install guide. Read the Install Guide before you do anything.

Don't bother with the bundled CD-ROM. Install the downloaded driver from the setup file and reboot, as it requests. When I ran the driver setup, I got a general protection fault message. I cancelled it and the setup seemed to continue just fine. After reboot the driver database was set up in Windows. At that point, I turned the laptop completely off and then inserted the card.

Upon bootup again, Windows found the card and loaded the proper drivers. It again directed a reboot. After that, the card was powered up and began searching for my network.

Be sure that you know the proper settings for your router. If it's set not to broadcast your SSID, then you must tell the Netgear card the name of your network in the Netgear Smart Wizard that controls the card. Also, if you're using WPA-PSK security on your router, you have to select the Advanced Security portion of the card setup and manually type in your Shared Key.

After I did that, The card immediately locked onto my network. I tried to open an internet connection, but it failed to do so after the "Detecting Proxy Settings" message had been displayed for awhile. I went into Internet Tools on the browser and reset all of the security settings to the defaults, closed the browser and reloaded it. It then found the internet connection and worked flawlessly.
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I purchased this in a bundle with a Netgear WGT 624 router (the router to replace an router that had stopped working). The router/card package were deeply discounted at brick and mortar store (hint: "that was easy"), so I figured it would be a nice way to upgrade my laptop's wireless data transfer rate (at least while working at home with Netgear's proprietary higher data rate format).

Set up and install were trouble-free, and the card immediately recognized my network (and many of my neighbors') and was connected right away. I've since used it in multiple hot spots (802.11g and 802.11b), and it has detected and connected with no problems.

I seem to go through Netgear routers like some people go through light bulbs, but I've enjoyed great success with their wireless adapters (both PCMCIA, PCI and USB interfaces). I'm enjoying the faster data rates at home and the ease of connection on the road.

In the world of wireless products (routers and adapters): just like with cars, anybody can sell you a lemon. There are complicated hardware and software environments and you never know what's going to work or not until you plug it in...this one was a winner for my needs.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By BS on January 9, 2006
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I put this card in my wife's Dell Inspiron 4000 Laptop. It replaced a NetGear 802.11b card. Worked great! Then the Blue Screens of Death started. I have tried different combos of using Window's XP to control the card (against recommendations but is more stable) and using different versions of the software for both the card and NetGear's controlling software to no avail. I am now down to the last attempt, using Window's updated software for the card with Windows controlling the card. We'll see.

Pros- Incredible range. Shows 2 more networks in my neighborhood then my Centrino notebook. Super fast page loading.

Cons- Crashes the computer. It causes memory dumps that corrupts running programs. The NetGear newsgroups show that it is a known problem with their cards and customer service doesn't have a fix. Do the research yourself. One thing that MAY be the reason for the crashes is that some were using an XP upgrade from ME, which this laptop also has.

But try it for yourself. It is a great card when its not crashing the system. There are so many different configuations it may work. If not, return it. Good Luck!
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Alan K. Maxwell on February 22, 2006
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i am running suse 9.3 on an older sony desktop that has a pcmcia slot. i was using an older 802.11b card but wanted to upgrade to WPA-PSK so started looking for a G card that would work with suse. searching the internet i found that cards with the atheros chipset are supported without use of third party "wrappers" and windows drivers. i inserted the card and went to YaST configuration and the card was recognized! i turned MAC address filtering and encryption off in my router. this eliminates 2 variables and makes getting set up easier. after i made sure i was connecting to the internet i turned MAC filtering and encryption on. so far no problems. the card gets great reception. my router is an smc barricade G. i have a motorola usb wireless access point hooked to an old hp desktop and my mac mini using airport extreme wireless. all work great together.
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