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Ralink MIMO Wireless LAN Card
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Applies to:

Ralink RT3290

Author/Supplier:

Ralink

Category:

Network

Requirements:

Windows XP

File Size:

313 KB

File Name:

20349370_327b28db0c292077732695dbee7fa9d8ab63c5cc.cab

Release Date:

19.02.2009

Version:

2.1.0.4

Last Updated:

03.11.2011

Rating:


4
/5 from 20 reviews.

Specifications:

  • Type: Wireless Adapter
  • Interface: half MiniCard
  • Wireless Standard: IEEE 802.11b/g/n compliance
  • Features: WLAN + Bluetooth coexistence for optimized performance
  • Data Rates: 150 Mbps Tx transmitting PHY data rate, 150 Mbps Rx receiving PHY data rate

Description:

The Ralink RT3290 is a single chip solution that features 802.11n and Bluetooth functionalities. This highly integrated solution from Ralink is capable of supporting Bluetooth coexistence with WLAN for excellent performance, support for both legacy as well as high throughput modes for Wi-Fi, shared Bluetooth and Wi-Fi signal receiving path, full-speed Bluetooth operation with Piconet and Scatternet support including 1T1R 802.11n Wi-Fi with antenna diversity. The Ralink RT3290 also features 150 Mbps Tx transmitting PHY data rate and 150 Mbps Rx receiving PHY data rate.

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