WLM200N5-26-ESD MiniPCI wireless network adapter provides up to 400mW output power with electrostatic discharged (ESD) protection.
WLM200N5-26dBm is the MiniPCI radio card choice for long distance links combined with excellent receiver sensitivity where signal levels are reduced due to minor obstructions such as trees or building. Addition of Compex WLM11n series MiniPCI wireless network adapter to your device, will greatly improve the network performance and achieve higher efficiency of day-to-day activities such as File Transfers, Internet Browsing, and Media Streaming.
WLM200N5-26dBm is the MiniPCI radio card choice for long distance links combined with excellent receiver sensitivity where signal levels are reduced due to minor obstructions such as trees or building.
It is configured with Atheros chipset, so it is easy to use with all draft IEEE 802.11n compatible WLANs. It is ideally suitable to integrate a wide range of OEM devices.
Built on Atheros chipset 9220, it can be used with all draft IEEE 802.11n compatible WLANs, and is ideally suited to be integrated into a wide range of OEM devices.
5GHz IEEE 802.11a standard Draft 2.0
Output Power of up to 26dBm (400mW) per chain/ 28dBm aggregate
Support for up to 2x2 MIMO with spatial multiplexing
Built-in ESD Protection with ESD/EMP Immunity Threshold: 15KeV
Four times the throughput of 802.11a
Transmission Power Control (TPC)
Enhanced performance with Atheros XSPAN technology Optimized for
higher throughput at long range
High Performance (up to 300Mbps physical data rates and about 200Mbps of
actual throughput) with Low Power Consumption
Dynamic Frequency Selection (DFS)
Multi-Country Roaming Support (IEEE802.11d)
2 X MMCX Antenna Connectorsuport MRC (Maximum ratio combined) technology
Suitable for Embedded System or OEM Project
Affordable and Ideal for a variety of applications
Complete datasheet please see here.
DRIVER Linux, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows Vista,Mikrotik OS 4 supported !!
11n standard uses OFDM modulation and is therefore perfectly legal to operate these facilities under the general authority as 11a/b/g.
The speed at which the devices communicate determine the so-called modulation schemes and code MSC. These are defined total 31st
MSC 0-7 uses one antenna to transmit and receive (so-called single stream) It is possible to have a standard width of 20 MHz channel, but for higher speed is selected to be 40 MHz. MSC7 theoretical maximum speed of 150 Mbps and is used only one antenna. Real rates are above 70 Mbps, but we'll see how it will be in our other tests.
MSC 8-15 adds MIMO (Multile Input Multiple Output), it is the use of multiple antennas on both sides. These schemes specifically 2 antennas (known as MIMO 2x2). Not so that one antenna transmits and one receives, but always send and receive both antennas. Is used here to increase the speed of phase shifts (very simply say). These schemes used innovations products such as MIMO Junior, MIMO Station, Wodasign 11N router and a theoretical maximum speed is 300 Mbps. The measurements we showed that it is preferable to using separate antennas use different pairs of polarization antennas. The new MIMO antenna BOX, DUPLEX JIROSU or AirMAX from UBNT already own 2 antennas have, so just connect using the equipment. Indicates the maximum real rate of about 150 Mbps. We measured a short distance where the max speed of just under 100 Mbps. Detailed we measured the links at around 200 to 600 meters and the speed is always around 75 Mbps full duplex. Detailed measurements on links 2 to 4 km you can see bellow.