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D-Link DWL-120 rev E1

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D-Link DWL-120 E1

Manuf/OEM/ODM W-Link WEN-2072

FCC approval date: 13 September 2002
Country of manuf.: Taiwan

Interface: USB

USB 1.1
Connector: Female Mini-A
Form factor tags: corded (modular) adapter

ID: 2001:3200
Windows: USB\VID_2001&PID_3200

FCC ID: PSL-WEN-2072

WI1 chip1: Atmel AT76C503A

WI1 chip2: RFMD RF3000

WI1 chip3: RFMD RF2948B

WI1 chip4: RFMD RF2494

Probable Linux driver
at76c50x-usb
USB ID first seen in kernel v2.6.30 (2009-06-10)
(see also passys)

Antenna connector: none

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OUI: 00:05:5D (1 E, 13 W, 2002)

 Chip1 brandChip2 brand
D-Link DWL-120 rev 1AAtmelIntersil
D-Link DWL-120 rev B2AtmelIntersil
D-Link DWL-120 rev D1IntersilIntersil
D-Link DWL-120 rev E1AtmelRFMD
D-Link DWL-120 rev FIntersilIntersil
For a list of all currently documented Atmel chipsets with specifications, see Atmel.

For a list of all currently documented RFMD (Qorvo) chipsets with specifications, see RFMD.


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


11Mbps Wireless USB Adapter

This device is listed on the Atmel AT76C502/3/5A device matrix
(via archive.org, w:berliOS is dead as of 2014-04-30)
See also Atmel AT76C50x based wireless devices

Wi-Fi Certified (alt.) (as of 09/19/2002)

The FCC test report lists the following additional items as covered by this FCC ID..

"72072-00-A" is silkscreened on the main board in the FCC photos.
"72072-00-A PATCH ANT" is silkscreened on the patch antenna in the FCC photos.