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D-Link DWA-180 rev A1

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D-Link DWA-180 A1

Manuf/OEM/ODM Cameo

FCC approval date: 24 April 2013
(Est.) release date: 29 April 2013
UPC: 790069391248 (UPC DB, On eBay)
Country of manuf.: China

Amazon image

B00CL58IJC (Flag of the United States.svg, On Amazon, On CCC)

Interface: USB

USB 2.0
Connector: Male A
Form factor tags: dongle

ID: 2001:3316
Windows: USB\VID_2001&PID_3316

Industry Canada ID: 4216A-WA180A1

WI1 chip1: Realtek RTL8812AU

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
USB ID not yet observed in any mainline kernel / this list
(see also passys)

Windows driver
see Realtek's website

Antenna connector: none

abgn+ac, 2x2:2

OUI: none specified

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

Wireless AC1000 Dual Band USB Adapter

Product page,  • Support page, Downloads (on


D-Link's product page indicates that this device has a USB 2.0 interface.

Despite that, it is clearly shown with a USB 3.0 jack (also w/ blue color) in the FCC photos.

It's marketed as an AC1000 device.. which appears to be 650Mbps capable w/ 802.11ac and 300Mbps w/ 802.11n.

The FCC test report indicates that this device will be used for a DWA-182 revision (rev. B1 / Bx?). It is also notes that the devices are electrically identical.

There is a USB ID (2001:330e) for an RTL8812AU device named as the DWA-183 found in the driver set for the Edimax EW-7822UAC.
A later driver set (1023.5.0116.2013, for the Elecom WDC-867U3) has two D-Link 8812AU USB IDs...
  • DWA-182 rev B: 2001:3313
  • DWA-183: 2001:330e

Wi-Fi Certified (alt.) (as of 04/02/2013)