TPLINK TL-WN881ND 11n Wireless PCIe Network Card
• Wireless N speed up to 300Mbps makes it ideal for video streaming, online gaming and Internet calls.
• MIMO technology with stronger signal penetration strength, wider wireless coverage, providing better performance and stability.
• Easily setup a highly secured wireless link with WPS™ (Wi-Fi Protected Setup).
• Includes a low profile bracket. Features Wireless N - Speed & Range
MIMO (multiple input, multiple output antennas) technology, it shows more excellent abilities of mitigating data loss over long distances and through obstacles in a small office or a large apartment, even in a steel-and-concrete building. Above all, you could easily pick up the wireless network during long-distance connection where legacy 11g products may not!
CCA Technology - Stable Wireless Signals
Clear Channel Assessment (CCA) automatically avoids channel conflicts using its clear channel selection feature and fully realizes the advantages of channel binding, greatly enhanced the wireless performance.
WPA / WPA2 Encryptions
WPA/WPA2 encryption standards ensure your wireless connection is safe from intruders.
Either using the optimized user interface and setup wizard or the CD (included) setup wizard will allow you to get ‘online’ quickly and easily.
|Data Transfer Speed||300 Mbps|
|Antenna||Dual External Antenna|
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- 24 months
- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 12 months
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