How to Find a Wi-Fi Product's Chipset

How to Find a Wi-Fi Product's Chipset

By CWNP On 12/15/2010 - 4 Comments

Here's a short video demonstrating how to find the WLAN chipset for your Wi-Fi products. There are some good product chipset lists out there, but instead of giving a fish, here's a video that teaches how to fish. Go discover your own chipsets.

Video: FCC ID Search for WLAN Chip

Tagged with: Wi-Fi, FCC, WLAN, chipset, radio, Atheros, airpcap nx, FCC ID

4 Responses to How to Find a Wi-Fi Product's Chipset

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12/16/2010 at 05:21am
Ok, that's really a good idea! But which chipset do you recommend? I've expirienced some problems between broadcom (apple) and atheros 9220 (only when in 802.11n) or between intel centrino and atheros chipsets (bandwidth <2Mbit/s).

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