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USB 802.11n 150m Wifi Wireless Lan Network Card Adapter


USB 802.11n 150m Wifi Wireless Lan Network Card Adapter

Works in 2.4Ghz (2.412-2.484Ghz) ISM frequency band.
64/128-bit WEP, WPA, WPA2, WPA-PSK, WPA2-PSK, TKIP/AES encryption.
Transmission distance : indoor up to 100 meters, outdoor up to 400 meters. (The longer distance, the lower rate.)
Supports Windows 2000 / XP/ Vista / 7, Mac OS X & Liunx.
Body size excluding USB connector: 16X23mm.

Package content:
1X USB WiFi Wireless LAN Adapter.
1X CD driver.

  • Adds 802.11N WiFi Wireless connectivity to your computer easily and quickly.
  • Stable and reliable chipset Ralink RT5370.
  • Fully compliant with IEEE 802.11b/g & IEEE 802.11n standard.
  • Easy and quick access by USB 2.0 high-speed interface.
  • Data transfer rate up to 150Mbps.

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Question by imfrickincoldinak: How do I install a linksys wireless card on my laptop which runs on linux?
I have a sony vaio, and the wireless card crapped out. I am new to ubuntu (linux) and the only cd for install that comes with the card is windows only. Can I download an install/driver set from somewhere for my browser?

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Answer by pbsr0cks
id put the card in the system…then connect to the net through the ethernet port. see if it finds the updates for you. or call a linksys to help you

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  1. 7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Works well, low power, December 30, 2012
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    mathpie

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    This review is from: USB 802.11n 150m Wifi Wireless Lan Network Card Adapter (Electronics)

    It works great with the Raspberry Pi! No driver installation for my RaspBMC installation, and it also supports becoming a wifi hotspot as well.

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  2. 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Prefect, February 27, 2013
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    Ali Kianzadeh (Torontom, ON Canada) –
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    I used this for my Raspberry Pi Access Point and worked very smoothly, latest version wheezy has firmware so no need to download it.
    I spent two days to find out which Wifi USB support access point!
    The only point is compare to other product is bigger, EDiMax is much smaller for example.

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  3. 2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Does what it needs too, October 13, 2012
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    Chris

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    Got this for my desktop and works just like I need it too. Came with driver disc and was easy to install.

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  4. A lot of times, many things that are even driver-only in Windows are plug-and-play in Linux. One way to see if it works, assuming you have not edited the layout of Ubuntu, is go up to the top-right corner, and if you see the little computer monitors up there, you should right-click it first and select “Enable Wireless”. Then, click on it, and select your wireless network.

    If that does not work, than you can always install “Wine” from the “Add/Remove” section in the “Applications” Window. After that, you can try to install the driver software from there.

    And if that does not work, than the nice people at the “Ubuntu Forums” at www.ubuntuforums.com and try to get help there.

    And I congratulate you for using Ubuntu.

  5. I’ve had some good results with wireless cards (including Linksys) using ndiswrapper: http://ndiswrapper.sourceforge.net

    If your card is supported, you will need a Windows driver, which should be easy to get.

    From their site: “Many vendors do not release specifications of the hardware or provide a Linux driver for their wireless network cards. This project implements Windows kernel API and NDIS (Network Driver Interface Specification) API within Linux kernel. A Windows driver for wireless network card is then linked to this implementation so that the driver runs natively, as though it is in Windows, without binary emulation.”


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