With guaranteed easy management, high data rate, and wider coverage and speed, definitely you’ll never go wrong with R52Hn mini PCI network adapter.
The R52Hn provides full support for various wireless networking standards. Though most of the devices today are already in 802.11g and 802.11n, it still works should the device be in 802.11a or 802.11b.
The mini PCI network adapter makes use of the Atheros AR9920 chipset, which makes it a dual-band 2x2 MIMO technology. This works in either 2.4 GHz or 5GHz, with an actual frequency range of 2.192-2.539 GHz or 4.920 to 6.100GHz. When you want a wider coverage, you can go for the 2.4GHz since a lower frequency means a higher range. On the other hand, if you want lesser interference, you can go up. You can also choose which of the two bandwidth frequencies is less used in the area to get a more stable Internet connection.
The MMCX connectors allow you to make use of antennas to strengthen the broadcast and may be used for as GPS receivers and devices such as PDAs. The mini PC network adapter also makes use of the proprietary MikroTik Nstreme protocol, which reduces the access times of media by skipping checking for free air time. It also boosts data rates because of low overhead for the protocol.
Better than the USB
Though the R52Hn requires physical attachment to your PC, it is still a lot better than the USB because it performs more efficiently and covers a wider area. The device runs with RouterOS for easy configuration and performance monitoring.
You can now easily bulletproof your adapter and, most importantly, your wireless network through the WEP Encryption process, allowing you to control the people who get to access and share your network.
The R52HN has passed the WHQL Testing so it’s compatible with Windows-enabled devices.