Re: USB2 or 3 WiFi dual band adapters
On 2018-08-12, Joel Wirāmu Pauling <email@example.com> wrote:
> Basically find one that uses the ath9k Chipset. They are easily the best
> supported Wifi Interface.
> If you need Wireless AC then ath10k based products are useable too.
> The Intel ranges are OK as clients, but are not really very Opensource.
> Ath9k has the best Fully Opensource impementation out of any of the
> Wireless cards.
I didn't see any usb dongles listed on that page.
Maybe here below (but maybe out of date):
I looked at the TP-LINK TL-WN722N on Amazon.fr suggested by another
poster (whom I think was Ben if memory serves, which is increasingly not
exactly the case), but had trouble understanding which of the multiple
versions of the device contained the desired chipset (some commenters
claimed the device they bought did not work out of the box with their
Linux distribution). I guess my question would be (if I was in the
business of asking questions): how can you be assured when purchasing a
wireless usb dongle what chipset is lodged within the device?
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