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BearExtender Turbo

Manuf/OEM/ODM Zioncom

FCC approval date: 25 October 2013
(Est.) initial retail price (in USD): $79.97
UPC: 610395760962 (UPC DB, On eBay)
Country of manuf.: China

Amazon image

ASIN
B00H96G9N0 (Flag of the United States.svg, On Amazon, On CCC)

Interface: USB

USB 3.0
Connector: Female Micro-B
Form factor tags: corded (modular) adapter

FCC ID: AMB-BE0272

WI1 chip1: Realtek RTL8812AU

Additional chips
5GHz Power Amplifier IC;Skyworks;SE5022T;SiGe, 5022T, 313FT;2;
SPDT Switch w/ LNA;Skyworks;SKY85601;;2;;16-pin QFN;2.5 mm x 2.5mm;

Probable Linux driver
Realtek's vendor driver (8812au)
available on Edimax's site (from the 7822UAC's prod. pg)
md5: fda86443df638abd9f50a9997090d58e
slightly modified version (additional USB IDs added)
md5: 2e345f43f5fa50ca1137655b5a5bc9ab
also, abperiasamy's 8812au repo on GitHub which is patched for newer kernels
(see also passys)

Windows driver
see Realtek's website

Antenna connector: RP-SMA

abgn+ac, 2x2:2

OUI: none specified

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



Product page
 • Support page

Press release on the BearExtender site

Per the FCC docs...

  • The antenna manufacturer is noted as huaDeChang (Shenzhen Hua De Chang Technology Co.,Ltd).
  • The shown sample OUI in the FCC manual is 64:E5:99 (EFM Networks [ipTIME], principally / solely sells Zioncom stuff)
  • The sole shot of the device shows it with a Zioncom typical design

Per BearExtender's drivers, this device is using RTL8812AU. There is no vendor specific USB ID in the driver - it may be using a default 8812 USB ID (0bda:8812 [standard], 0bda:881a [RTL8812AU-VS], 0bda:881b [RTL8812AU-VL], 0bda:881c [RTL8812AU-VN]).

This device is probably the same OEM model as the ipTIME A2000UA.

Antenna connectors used are presumed to be RP-SMA. The form factor of the device indicates a (USB 3) Micro-B cable is used.