Just took a look at a new product the Kasens KS G5000.
It supports the following network types:
– IEEE 802.11 a (52 MB/s)
– IEEE 802.11 b (11 MB/s)
– IEEE 802.11 g (54 MB/s)
IEEE 802.11 is a set of standards carrying out wireless local area network (WLAN) computer communication in the 2.4, 3.6 and 5 GHz frequency bands. They are created and maintained by the IEEE LAN/MAN Standards Committee (IEEE 802). The base current version of the standard is IEEE 802.11-2007.
The contents of the package:
– 1x Kasens KS-G5000 (2W (2000 mW) amplifier).
– 1x 10 dBi antenna.
– 1x USB connector.
– 1x Driver CD.
– 1x BackTrack 3 & 4
– 1x English Manual
The manual includes information on how to find and crack wireless networks.
The Operating System (OS) that the amplifier supports.
– Windows 98SE
– Windows ME
– Windows 2000
– Windows XP
– Windows Vista
– Windows 7
– Mac 10.4
– Linux 2.6
– BackTrack 3 (Linux)
– BackTrack 4 (Linux)
The antenna and the device itself are nearly reach the length of 50CM.
The device only shows the networks that it can actually receive, unlike other products that just show every network that’s available (even if they can’t establish a actual connection).
The device is so compact that it needs to be laying down instead of standing up (else it will just tumble over).
If you think I forgot to add something or if any information is in-correct, feel free to post a comment about it.