Fujitsu MBH7WLZ21 WLAN Module Launched; Comes Ultra-Thin but Faster

December 7, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Fujitsu has come out with a small form factor wireless module to give its customers a tiny and compact connectivity solution. Called as the MBH7WLZ21, this product is capable of providing 802.11 b/g/n WLAN capabilities to the users.

The new wireless module from Fujitsu is based on the Ralink RT3070 chip. Though small in size, it is a stronger and faster network device capable of providing transfer rates of up to 150 Mbps.

Sized at just 14.7×18.8×2.1mm, this is meant to fit in ultra-thin devices which provide high-speed graphic/audio communication for consumers. It is also available in dongle form with a USB header and a built-in antenna.

This addition of a USB header and built-in antenna makes it a little bigger, but more usable. The USB 2.0 interface adds to the usability of this device, making it compatible with an array of equipments having suitable ports.

It enables enciphering and deciphering network data based on the existing latest security standards of wireless networks, to address the security concerns of the users. The device when compared to many other wireless modules in the market, consumes less power also.

The MBH7WLZ21 is expected to find more takers in the industrial and healthcare sectors with its convenient small form factor and power to establish high-speed WLAN.

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