Sorry if this subject has been discussed before; I'm new here and I searched the archives without any luck.
I need to create a wireless USB connection between a computer and a device (in this case a digital still camera but it could be a printer, etc.). USB2.0 speeds would be nice but I can live with 54mbps. I know WUSB is in the works but the range (9m) is not enough and no device is available now.
So what I'm looking for is USB2.0 802.11b/g converters that I could put at each end, one on each device. The signals would come out of one USB device and be transmitted wireless through the wireless LAN to the other device and converted back to USB, and vice-versa.
Does that make ANY sense at all? Maybe there are protocol problems I don't see... As I said I understand that I wouldn't get USB2.09 speeds that way but I can live with that.
Thanks for any help! Iam