Saturday, July 17, 2010
For WiFi network, Huawei E5 support 802.11b/g. Shouldn't have any problem for most notebook or smartphone users.
Huawei E5 Specifications
- Support 5.76Mbps HSUPA and 7.2Mbps HSDPA services
- Support Wi-Fi 802.11b/g
- Receive diversity (2100MHz)
- Plug & Play
- Support Windows 2000/XP/Vista , Mac and Linux Operation Systems
Huawei E5 can connect to the internet with auto, on demand or manual. You can check the manual how to work on which mode you want. It also has a battery that
will stay up to 4 hours when fully utilized (3G and Wi-Fi turn and active data transmission).
Some Tips on the Huawei E5 Indicator
There's 5 indicator on the Huawei E5 (Signal, Roam, WiFi/WPS, Mode and Battery)
- Steady on and in red: The SIM card does not exist or the PIN code is not verified or the signal is inexistent.
- Steady on and in yellow: The signal strength is weak.
- Steady on and in green: The signal strength is strong.
- Off: The E5 is not in the roaming state.
- Steady on and in red: The E5 is in the roaming state.
WiFi and WPS Indicator
- Off: The WiFi and WPS are disabled.
- Steady on and in blue: The WiFi is enabled.
- Fast Blinking in blue: The WPS is enabled.
- Off: The network service is in existent.
- Fast blinking in green: dialing up.
- Blinking in green: 2G network registered.
- Steady on and in green: 2G data service connected.
- Blinking in blue: 3G network registered.
- Steady on and in blue: 3G data service connected.
- Fast blinking in red: The battery power level is very low and must be charged immediately; otherwise the E5 will be powered off.
- Steady on and in red: The battery power level is weak.
- Steady on and in green: The battery power level is enough.
- Blinking: The battery is being charged. If the indicator is in red, the battery level is too low to power on.