ALFA Network AWUS036H

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802.11b/g High Gain USB Wireless Long-Rang WiFi Network Adapter
ALFA Network AWUS036H.jpg
Platform
BrandModelRev
ALFA Network AWUS036H
Wireless class
G54
Interface
USB 2.0
Connector
Female Mini-B
Form factor
corded (modular) adapter
ID:0bda:8187 (16 addl. devices)
Windows: USB\VID_0BDA&PID_8187
FCCID
Chip1
Realtek RTL8187L
Chip2
Realtek RTL8225

OUI: 00:C0:CA (7 E, 27 W)

Antenna Connection
RP-SMA
Wireless Standards
IEEE 802.11b/g
802.11g
up to 54 Mbps
802.11b
up to 11 Mbps
Operating Frequency
2.4 GHz
Other
Flags
high power
Probable Linux driver
Windows driver
possibly see Realtek's website, but the majority of legacy drivers have been removed
know a better source? LMK
Retail
FCC approval date 30 April 2007
EAN 4718050300013
(UPC DB, On eBay)
Newegg 9SIA8UD3805052
ASIN B000WXSO76 Flag of the United States.svg
 FCC ID
RadioLabs Wave MagnumUQ2AWUS036H

For a list of all currently documented Realtek chipsets with specifications, see Realtek.

Overview[edit]

Product page

The FCC test report lists the max output power as 24.66 dBm (292.42mW) for 802.11b and 19.49 dBm (88.92mW) for 802.11g.

EANs for this adapter seem to include 4718050300013 and 4718050300143.

Revision info[edit]

There are (at least) two separate revisions of this adapter.

Revision 1 was branded as a 500mW adapter and includes a 2dBi antenna. The maximum EIRP with the included antenna is approximately 500mW.
"JJ24UA Ver C 080710" is silkscreened on this board. It may be manufactured by JJPlus.

The date code on the below Rev1 unit is 0843 (October 2008). The MAC of this particular unit is prefixed with 00:C0:CA:1F.
Additional noted units

Revision 2 is branded as a 1W adapter and includes a 5dBi antenna. The maximum EIRP with the included antenna (assuming the same output power as rev. 1) is approximately 1W. Accton would seem to be the manufacturer (presumably w/ an internal model of WUS2100-H).
"P/N:141000000019W REV:R01" is silkscreened on the board.

The date code on the below Rev2 unit is 1015 (April 2010). The MAC of this particular unit is prefixed with 00:C0:CA:40.
Would appear to be using an RFIC AP1046 PAM

An intermediate Accton / AWB manufactured unit (Rev1.5, to stick with the 1 for green and 2 for blue) visible on this YouTube video may have also been sold.

The model noted on the board's label is WUS2100-3895 (or something like that). The date code on the board is 0949 (December 2009). The MAC on the unit is prefixed with 00:C0:CA:3E.

Additional specifications[edit]

The below information is per this datasheet. It isn't known which revision this was even targeted for.. and may be somewhat questionable, regardless.. 54Mbps and 48Mbps values also seem to have been reversed..

Typical Receiver Sensitivity w/ 11b rates (PER < 0.08, nominal temps) (more)

  • -96 dBm @ 1M
  • -91 dBm @ 11M

Typical Receiver Sensitivity w/ 11g rates (PER < 0.10, nominal temps) (more)

  • -91 dBm @ 6M (BPSK)
  • -85 dBm @ 9M (BPSK)
  • -82 dBm @ 12M (QPSK)
  • -81 dBm @ 18M (QPSK)
  • -80 dBm @ 24M (16-QAM)
  • -78 dBm @ 36M (16-QAM)
  • -76 dBm @ 48M (64-QAM)
  • -71 dBm @ 54M (64-QAM)

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