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Belkin N150 Micro Wireless USB Adapter (F7D1102tt)


Belkin N150 Micro Wireless USB Adapter (F7D1102tt)


The ultra-compact design of the Belkin N150 Micro Wireless USB Adapter makes it easy to connect to your laptop or netbook and go.

  • Ultra-compact design for connecting to the Internet
  • Speeds of up to 150Mbps
  • Ideal for handling simple activities such as emailing and Web-surfing
  • WPS Push Button Security
  • Backwards compatible with 802.11b and 802.11g wireless networks
  • Easy Setup

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Question by bbonds775: Can I set up my netgear wireless without it being connected to a computer at all?
I want to connect my laptop to a wireless connection through a netgear wireless router but I dont have a main computer. Can I set up the wireless router as a stand alone and if so..how. I’ve tried all ways and nothing is working. By the way my ISP is Verizon.
I’ve gone through the setup with it connected but then when i disconnect it, it cant find the wireless. Supposedly my laptop has wi-fi built in so i dont think i need anything else do i?

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Answer by ®Øß؆ K€Ñ ™
you dont need one (a main computer- your laptop is enough.) This is because your laptop is the same thing as a main computer- just smaller.

but…are you using a verizon air card? if so you cannot broadcast a signal using that alone. keep in mind that an air card from verizon is completely different technology than the wireless cards in most laptops that work with routers. (basically if you are using an air card you dont need a router because the air card uses the same connection and network verizon cell phones do. Air cards are also very expensive because you dont have to be within range of a wireless hotspot to use them (you should be getting an ugly bill from verizon every month for the roaming wireless charge). Air cards are different from wireless cards because wireless cards need to be within range of a wireless router which has a pre-existing internet connection. Does this make sense?)

If you have dsl or cable you can connect via the following (cable as example):

coax >> cable modem >> wireless router

then install your wireless card software first before plugging it in.

If everything is set up you should be fine. Let me know if this helps. You should also note that many posters on this page may not know the significance of Verizon being your ISP. If verizon is your ISP, and they gave you a card to plug in, then you dont need a router. Go return it. You don’t need it.

If verizon is not your ISP, ( you have a cable or dsl provider) you need a wireless router, a NON-verizon wireless card, and your laptop- that’s it. No main cpu needed.)

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What customers say about Belkin N150 Micro Wireless USB Adapter (F7D1102tt)?

  1. 10 of 12 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Slow, January 23, 2012
    By 
    Erich Maria Remarque (USA) –
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    This adapter is very, very slow.

    First of all, the driver found in the bundled CD is horrible. I could only get speeds of around 70 KB/s with that. Afterwards, I noticed that Windows Update had found a driver update for this device (released on January 2011 – and FYI the actual chipset is a Realtek RTL8192CU). After installing that, I saw a dramatic increase in download speeds (up to 500 KB/s, but it would still drop to slower rates at random). Tried the latest Realtek driver from July 2011, but couldn’t notice a difference in speed between that and the Windows Update one. For your reference, I could get these files at over 2MB/s with my other wireless adapter, and my OS is Windows 7 x64.

    I tried both Hulu and Netflix, but they were both unwatchable due to constant buffering. With my other adapter Hulu buffers for a second or two at the beginning of the video, and then never pauses due to buffering issues. With this Belkin adapter, on the other hand, the video was stopping every 10 seconds.

    Oh, and during the entire time I had this connected to my PC, the signal strength to the router was excellent. So, download rate issues do not appear to be from poor wireless connectivity.

    Maybe I have a defective unit, but at this point I can’t recommend it.

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  2. 3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    It does the job!, February 4, 2012
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    Erik1988 (Folsom, CA) –
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    Pro:
    1) it’s small and unobtrusive
    2) Connected instantly to my Belkin router
    3) Used on kid’s XP system and allowed them to surf the web and do small downloads. . .just what they need
    4) price is average for this speed device
    5) Belkin is a known brand name, so finding drivers was pretty easy
    6) I was able to use this with a USB extender cable, allowing me to position the device in a place that could better receive a signal than on the floor, in the back of the computer, under a desk

    Cons:
    1) it’s small and if you are trying to connect and disconnect often, it’s easy to misplace and lose
    2) HD streaming from Youtube was so-so
    3) Playing MMO’s had some lag

    OVERALL: You need a quick wi-fi connector, then this will do the job.

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  3. 7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Tiny but does its job, January 25, 2012
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    I. Tysoe “Inna Tysoe” (Earth) –
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    First thing that struck me on opening the somewhat large box was how tiny the USB adapter is. In fact, at first I thought the box was empty till I noticed the tiny plastic bag taped to the inside of the box with the wifi adapter inside.

    I only tried it in Windows 7 and Windows recognized the device but didn’t have any suitable drivers for it. Fortunately, the micro USB device comes with a CD which includes drivers. Installing the provided drivers and rebooting the computer and the Belkin WiFi adapter worked straight away. I picked my network and entered the security key which is on a sticker on the back of my DSL router.

    I did some tests with general use and it worked fine. I quickly went to dsl reports webpage to do a speed test with a server in my state (roughly 300 miles away)

    I have included photos of the micro USB on my desktop computer as well as a screen capture of the speed test which was better than I had expected from such a tiny device.

    The speed test produced the following results:

    Download 4011 kb/s
    Upload 917.6 kb/s
    Latency 56 ms

    All in all, I think this is a good product. I recommend it.

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  4. You don’t need the router to connect to a main computer. As long as the router itself is all hooked up the wireless connection should be working fine. Also you have to make sure your laptop has a wireless adapter =]

  5. You should connect the netgear wireless LAN router to a computer using an Ethernet cable.

    Then your computer should get an IP-address from your wireless LAN router and a default gateway, which you find when you type the following in a command window:

    netstat -rn

    The entry where it says ‘default’ or 0.0.0.0 is your default gateway.
    Then you access your wireless LAN router (i.e. your default gateway) with a browser. If the address is 192.168.0.1 you type:
    http://192.168.0.1
    Then log in with the standard user and password.

    You should never configure any wireless devices over the wireless LAN. That’s a general rule.

  6. You can definitely have the router as a stand alone but the initial router setup has to be done while a computer is hardwired to the router. If your laptop has a Ethernet outlet you could use your laptop to set it up initially then disconnect the cable and then run off of the wireless signal. Hope that helps.


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