Wednesday, August 11th 2021

D‑Link Launches AX1800 Wi‑Fi 6 USB adapter

D-Link, has today unveiled the world's first Wi-Fi 6 USB adapter. The all-new AX1800 Wi-Fi 6 USB Adapter (DWA-X1850) is a high-speed, easy to install, highly portable upgrade for desktop and laptop computers to bolster wireless connectivity and security in the home or office. The DWA-X1850 is perfect for people looking to update to the latest Wi-Fi 6 technology and experience lag-free gaming, fast downloading of large files, and buffer-free video calls and 4K/8K video streaming.

Featuring the latest Wi-Fi 6 technology, the DWA-X1850 can connect with wireless speeds of up to 1,200 Mbps while helping to optimize overall network efficiency and performance. Fully equipped with MU-MIMO and OFDMA technology, the DWA-X1850 allows Wi-Fi 6 networks to reach their true potential - delivering a faster and more stable connection even when multiple devices are transmitting data simultaneously in a busy home or office environment. What's more, it supports the latest WPA3 authentication and encryption, ensuring more secure connections to wireless networks.
The new launch also features dual-band support, allowing connection to either the 2.4 GHz or 5 GHz band. This provides extra flexibility and enhanced connectivity by taking advantage of the less interfered 5 GHz band to deliver a more reliable and fast connection.

With its slim and compact build, the DWA-X1850 is ultra-portable and easy to use. Once plugged into a USB port, it can be installed in seconds thanks to pre-loaded software. What's more, the Wi-Fi 6 adapter supports high-speed USB 3.2 Gen 1, enabling maximum data transfer speeds - harnessing the full potential of Wi-Fi 6.
Source: D-Link
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4 Comments on D‑Link Launches AX1800 Wi‑Fi 6 USB adapter

#3
TheLostSwede
DeathtoGnomesthat brass color bar at the opposite end of the plug?
That's a normal stamped metal PIFA antenna, nothing special about that.
What I was talking about was the red square, never seen one of those before.
Ceramic antennas are much much smaller than that thing.
It appears to be a new type of wide-band and multi-band chip antenna, possibly from Airgain.
Quite fascinating things, if you're into antennas :p
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#4
DeathtoGnomes
TheLostSwedeQuite fascinating things, if you're into antennas
the only antennaes I know about are 5/8 plane and 60 feet up, mmounted to your roof.
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