AX200 - Intel Wi-Fi 6

    Wi-Fi technology definitely benefited from the fact that last year the Wi-Fi Alliance consortium decided to change the traditional names of 802.11xx standards to simple and understandable generation numbers - 4, 5, 6 and so on. If only because the sluggish Wi-Fi theme for many years suddenly suddenly got into the top in popularity: news, reviews, opinions can be found everywhere, including the very latest on Habré .
    Meanwhile, although the Wi-Fi 6 standard has not yet been officially adopted, it is already beginning to be embodied in hardware - such as on the KDPV, for example, with the Intel logo.

    The Intel Wi-Fi 6 AX200 adapter (codenamed Cyclone Peak) was released in the short M.2 card form factor and is designed for laptop computers (supported operating systems: Windows 10, 64-bit, Google Chrome OS, Linux). The maximum theoretical data rate is 2.4 Gb / s.
    The main technical characteristics are given in the table.
    Weight2.33 g
    Antenna 2x2
    TX / RX streams 2x2
    Frequency ranges 2.4 GHz, 5 GHz (160 MHz band)
    Top speed 2.4 Gb / s
    Wi-Fi standard 802.11ax
    Compatibility FIPS, FISMA
    Bluetooth version 5
    Built-in bluetooth Yes
    Form factor M.2 2230, M.2 1216
    Dimensions 22 x 30 x 2.4 mm, 12 x 16 x 1.65 mm
    Interface type M.2: PCle, USB
    MU-MIMO Support Yes
    Intel vPro Technology Support Yes

    The Intel Wi-Fi 6 AX200 adapter will be available this quarter for $ 10-17.

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