TI (TNETW1130GVF) 802.11a/b/g Wireless MiniPCI/CardBus/PCI Adapter Windows Drivers

TI TNETW1130GVF mini-pci wireless card

TNETW1130: Single-Chip MAC and Baseband Processor for 802.11a/b/g

Key Features

  • True dual-band 54 Mbps data in the 2.4-GHz and 5.2-GHz U-NII bands
  • Hardware-accelerated Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) for mandatory (AES-CCMP)
  • Wi-Fi Compliant 802.11g operation
  • Compatible with all versions and additions to the 802.11 standard including draft standards
  • Field-programmable architecture to supports standard changes
  • Seamless interoperability and automatic fallback operation in the 2.4-GHz band between the higher-speed 802.11g and established 802.11b modes
  • Auto-Band™ feature automatically selects between the 5.2-GHz and the 2.4-GHz bands and modulations based on user profile configurations
  • ELP™ — Optimized low power consumption for maximum battery life
  • Optional 802.11g+ mode provides 50% greater throughput over competitive 802.11g solutions

TI TNETW1130GVF Product Bulletin: (tnetw1130_prod_bulletin.pdf, 108 KB), 03 Aug 2003

Device Name: TI 802.11g Wireless CardBus PC Card
Hardware ID: PCI\VEN_104C&DEV_9066&SUBSYS_AB8013D1,

Device Name: TI 802.11g Wireless PCI Card
Hardware IDPCI\VEN_104C&DEV_9066&SUBSYS_AB9013D1

Device Name: TI 802.11g Wireless MiniPCI Card
Hardware ID: PCI\VEN_104C&DEV_9066&SUBSYS_ABA013D1,

TI TNETW1130GVF Wireless MiniPCI/CardBus/PCI Adapter Win98/ME/2000/XP Drivers:

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4 thoughts on “TI (TNETW1130GVF) 802.11a/b/g Wireless MiniPCI/CardBus/PCI Adapter Windows Drivers

  1. I have to admit that I was a little surprised that windows xp SP3 knew the drivers when it looked for it on line. It has to be the first time I ever have gotten that to work ever.

    So far I am at driver version with driver date being back in 2004.

    I am sure there might be a newer driver, but if this one works, oh well. Better then using the Cisco PCMCIA card.

    I was kind of wowed that it did Wireless A, B, G . B is like whatever and so is G. Everyone supports that. But what is really cool is that this card does infarct do 54a 5GHz.

    I am sure there are firmwares out there that turn this card into a wireless N Mojo since there is an ARM cpu right on the mini PCI card.

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