On 27.01.2015 21:42, Stephen Morris wrote:
On 01/28/2015 03:17 AM, poma wrote:
> On 25.01.2015 13:46, poma wrote:
>> On 25.01.2015 00:05, Stephen Morris wrote:
>>> pci adapter. The only problem I have now is that it is very hard to get
>>> devices that support Linux from retail stores.
>> Help yourself with these two references to search:
> Another reference:
> It seems Atheros is popular,
> - USB:
> - (Mini)PCI(e):
Thanks poma, I looked at those pages but none of the devices that I can
see listed there are ac devices they all appear to be only up to n. I'm
trying to get ac support in Linux.
Data(model&chipset) for these two devices are matched:
ath10k supports Qualcomm Atheros 802.11ac QCA98xx hw2.0 based devices, ...
- QCA9882 Version 2 found in Compex acWave: WLE600V5-23
- QCA9880 Version 2 found in Compex acWave: WLE900V5-23
Atheros miniPCIe 802.11ac cards 5GHz
- COMPEX WLE600V5-23 miniPCIe module, AR9882, 802.11ac, 2*2MIMO
- COMPEX WLE900V5-23 miniPCIe module, AR9880, 802.11ac, 3*3MIMO
Undoubtedly try to contact devs to confirm you these devices are truly supported.