RTL8832AU AX1800M dual-band WiFi6 USB adapter with 11AC dual-band technology, support protocol IEEE 802.11a/ac/ax, wireless speed up to 574Mbps (2.4G) + 1201Mbps (5G)
Wi-Fi Sixth Generation Wi-Fi 802.11ax
Sixth-generation Wi-Fi 802.11ax or Wi-Fi 6e is currently the accepted standard. Wi-Fi 6 is much better at dense, congested networks (with a large number of client devices) and support for faster top speeds, and Wi-Fi 6 is already used in most of the latest smartphones and laptops.
The new version has something called Wi-Fi 6E. It is not a new version of the Wi-Fi protocol like Wi-Fi 6, but a special name for Wi-Fi 6 devices equipped with broadcasts in the newly opened 6GHz band, something that routers could not do before.
This 6GHz band is more than double the 5GHz band below it and has enough bandwidth for up to seven non-overlapping 160MHz channels. In layman’s terms, if the 2.4GHz band is a single-lane country road, and the 5GHz band is a three-lane interstate, think of the 6GHz band as a brand new seven-lane highway with only 6E devices having access to the entrance.
The product is available in 2022, model AX1832, transmission rate 1800Mbps, following wireless standards IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11n; Working frequency band 2.4GHz/5GHz, interface type is USB3.0, the latest support WiFi6 standard, MU-MIMO technology, using 11AC dual-band technology, support protocol IEEE 802.11a/ac/ax, wireless rate up to 574Mbps (2.4G) + 1201Mbps (5G), pure 5G signal brings a smoother Internet experience; Coverage 1800M non-driver-free, 1800M drive-free. Packing list: network card, driver CD, instruction manual.
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AX1800M dual-band USB network card, wifi6 new 5G computer WIFI6 receiver transmitter, factory in stock
Color box size: 12*9*1.8CM
FULL SET WEIGHT: 68G
Packing specification: 200PCS/carton 45*35*35CM (support wholesale)
AX1808 wireless USB network card is suitable for wireless connection of desktop PCs and other devices, which can provide convenient and fast wireless Internet access.
This network card (adapter) supports auto-detection and is able to automatically adjust the rate.
Complies with IEEE 802.11a, IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11n, IEEE 802.11ac. IEEE 802.1ax and other standards;
Wireless transmission rate: 2.4G band can be up to 573.5Mbps, 5G band can be up to 1.2Gbps support WPA3, WPA2 security mechanism, support TKIP, AES, WEP encryption, can provide security for wireless network connection.
To experience the high-speed WiFi6 adapter, you also need to use it with a WIFI6 router, and the effect is better.
AX1800M USB wireless WiFi6 adapter Specifications
|Protocols and Standards||IEEE802.11/b/g & 802.11n & 802.11a，802.11ac ,802.11ax （2T2R mode）|
|Working Bands||2.412GHz — 2.4835GHz ，5.15 GHz—5.825 GHz|
|Antenna||5dBi dual band antennas|
64/128 bits WEP, WPA/WPA2, WPA3/WPA2-PSK (TKIP/AES)
11n: Up to 574Mbps AC: Up to 1201Mbps
|Receiving Sensitivity||802.11a： -66+/-1dBm|
|Working Voltage||5.0VDC± 5%|
|Power Consumption||RX & TX condition：220mA（max）|
About WiFi6 technology products
The Asus ROG Rapture GT-AXE11000, and the Netgear Nighthawk RAXE500. They are two of the first Wi-Fi 6E routers released this year, and I’ve been busy testing them after being busy with speed tests.
Both the 5GHz and 6GHz bands have top speeds of up to 4,800Mbps — 4.8 gigabits per second (Asus says the GT-AXE11000’s 6GHz band is even higher, up to over 5 gigabits).
Netgear writes in its RAXE500 (PDF) datasheet: “The 6 GHz band brings lower latency to your AR/VR gaming and other Wi-Fi intensive applications. ”
With Netgear, these numbers are 19.4ms at 2.4GHz, 19.1ms at 5GHz, and 19.2ms at 6GHz. In other words, for ordinary network traffic, you are unlikely to notice a difference in latency between individual frequency bands.
Admittedly, this can change with bandwidth-intensive network usage or servers that are far away from the servers I’ve tested.
I used a nearby server during my speed test to keep latency variables to a minimum, so I needed to run a brand new server with a remote server to better understand what 6GHz was capable of.
6E devices take full advantage of Wi-Fi 6’s capabilities, especially in congested networks where many devices would otherwise need to share a lane.
For example, establishing a 6GHz connection near a stadium or airport.