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D-Link DWA-140 rev B3

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D-Link DWA-140 B3

Manuf/OEM/ODM Alpha Networks WUS-N24

FCC approval date: 02 August 2011
Country of manuf.: China

Interface: USB

USB 2.0
Connector: Male A
Form factor tags: dongle

ID: 2001:3c15
Windows: USB\VID_2001&PID_3C15

FCC ID: KA2WA140B3

WI1 chip1: Ralink RT5372

Probable Linux driver
rt2800usb (experimental,
in backports) or rt5370sta
USB ID first seen in kernel v3.4 (2012-05-20)
(see also passys)

Windows driver
seems to have been removed from MTK's site
older Ralink drivers have been removed.
see the Wayback Machine
for some older driver sets (filter by EXE/ZIP)

Antenna connector: none

bgn, 2x2:2

OUI: 84:C9:B2 (3 E, 5 W, 2009)

 Chip1 brandChip2 brand
D-Link DWA-140 rev B1RalinkRalink
D-Link DWA-140 rev B2Ralink
D-Link DWA-140 rev B3Ralink
D-Link DWA-140 rev C1RalinkRalink
D-Link DWA-140 rev D1Ralink
For a list of all currently documented Ralink chipsets with specifications, see Ralink.



RangeBooster N USB Adapter

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"8WUSN24..1A1G" is silkscreened on the board in the FCC photos.

The USB ID previously used in this entry (07d1:3c15) was from the DWA-140 rev B drivers on the D-Link website.

The chip used in this device appears to be RT5372 (On the rt2x00.serialmonkey.com forums).

[ 9668.744618] phy0 -> rt2x00_set_chip: Info - Chipset detected - rt: 5392, rf: 000f, rev: 0222.

Wi-Fi Certified (alt.) (as of 07/28/2011)