No. You can not attach a router and use a standard Verizon Wireless aircard as a wireless access point. This is why they have MiFi which is essentially a wireless access point.
through wireless modem
If the access point has a wireless interface and if your laptop supports the wireless network type, no you do not need a router. <><><><><> If the laptop is not near enough to an access point, it will not be able to connect. The router is immaterial.
Either connect via a wireless network, connect through a 3G network or connect your laptop with an ethernet cable.
No, a modem with wireless devise can provide Internet directly to each laptop witch can access the modem's wireless devise.
The main equipment you need to set up laptop wireless internet access is a functioning wireless adapter and a router connecting to the internet. You also need to be in signal range of the router.
Yes, you can.
I think you mean WI-FI. It's just a nickname for wireless access. If your laptop is WI-FI capable then it can access wireless access points. Generally for Internet access.
wireless devices drivers can be install through Cd
You need to add a wireless access point to your wired internet.
There are multiple ways to do this. First you can burn the images to a CD then add them to your laptop. Second you can use a Flash drive to transfer the files. Third, you can access your laptop through your network and transfer the files via Ethernet cable or through wireless.
What every wireless network has is a WAP (Wireless Access Point). A router is the best choice and you only need one computer (a laptop with a wireless Network card will do just fine)...The WAP in turn, hooks up to either your phone line or cable and then off to your Internet Service Provider so you can get Internet access. So I guess to answer your questioin, no you do not need a desktop. Just a Wireless Access Point (router) and your laptop with a wireless network card is it.
The best thing to do is to set up a wireless router at your downstairs point and then access the Internet anywhere in the house from that. Presuming you have a laptop that has wireless access. Then you don't need to worry about the line going upstairs. Your PC at the point of access can still access the net direct via the line, so it doesn't need to have wireless. So just get yourself a wireless router.
To get access to mobile internet using a laptop one must have wireless card in their laptop or use a wireless dongle. 3G or 4G can be used and one must purchase usage online or have a contract.
NO If you intend to connect to the internet using wireless then you will need access to a wireless access point, whether it is one you provide or one you use at a business or work location.
WiFi ready just means you have a wireless card you need an internet connected wireless network available to access the internet.
Did you know that you could connect your laptop to the internet through your T-Mobile wireless phone? Connecting a laptop, or any other portable device, through your T-Mobile phone in order to use the internet is called tethering. Tethering will allow you to use your phone as a wireless hotspot. This is a great feature to have when you are traveling or any other time that you would not have wireless access using your laptop. Best of all, T-Mobile offers this service free to all of their customers with a cellular plan.
All can get Internet access you just need a wireless Internet router nearby.
You'll need a wireless access point, either a wireless card for your desktop or a laptop with a built-in wireless or a wireless PCMCIA card. At that point, either follow the instructions provided by the manufacturer or contact the manufacturers help line. Each manufacturer has slightly different applications and different versions of available operating systems treat the procedure in slightly different ways.
Yes it does. It can be in the form of a PCMCIA slot wireless modem or a USB wireless modem.
Through either its wireless connection or through a ethernet port.
No, they are different devices. A modem is used for computer, let's say a laptop. Whereas, a wireless router can be used for multiple computer connections, through high-speed internet.
A wireless adapter for your XBOX, a wireless USB adapter for your Laptop, and a wireless router. The two devices will communicate with each other through the router.
No. You need a wireless router to connect via wireless from your laptop.
A laptop with an inbuilt printer. A laptop with an inbuilt printer.