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Wireless USB AC D-Link It Runs in the 2.4 GHz and 5GHz

  • Posted on January 17, 2017 at 9:18 am

Jakarta – To facilitate a wireless connection with your device, the D-Link introduces the Wireless Dual Band Mini USB AC Adapter DWA-171. It is shaped AC adapter Wireless mini and can operate Dual Band. The device is intended for the novice user can operate at a frequency of 2.4 GHz (up to 150Mbps) or 5GHz (up to 433Mbps). With these two options, you can freely switch device that works on both the frequency.

Seagate claims the use of these products is as easy as installing the device in your PC and press the WPS button. Then the device can be directly connected without the need for updates and additional adapter. D-Link DWA-171 uses AC frequency which is a new network of IEEE standards. This new network architecture has a higher data rate and greater reliability.

This new standard was launched to address the challenges of our time, with more and more users use mobile devices that in fact definitely use the wireless wave. Therefore, the problem of wave interference, become an increasingly important issue. Therefore, more and more wireless devices are running on the same wavelength, the greater interferensinya. This interference makes the response rate (response rate) the lower the device. In addition, a variety of applications used also requested greater bandwidth. It would require a device that can deliver greater the bandwidth.

Adapter with USB 2.0 interface is also compatible with all Wireless N products from the previous generation, you’ve had. DWA-171 Wireless USB Adapter ACDual Band Mini will be available in stores and distribution partners in the third quarter of 2013. This device also supports encryption WEP/WPA/WPA2.