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Intel WiFi Link 5300 (half size)

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Intel WiFi Link 5300 533AN_HMW (half size)

FCC approval date: 07 July 2008
Country of manuf.: China

Interface: Mini PCIe (half)

ID: 8086:4235 SS: 8086:1011
Windows: PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_4235&SUBSYS_10118086

FCC ID: PD9533ANH, PD9533ANHU
Industry Canada ID: 1000M-533ANH, 1000M-533ANHU

WI1 chip1: Intel JC82539MDE

WI1 chip2: Intel JC82539RDE

Antenna connector: U.FL

abgn, 3x3:3

Flags: DFS

OUI: 00:21:6A (-, 1 W, 2008)

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



This card is assumed to be using the JC82539 chipset (JC82539MDE + JC82539RDE).

Many more PCI subsystems exist for this device..

The card is used in (at least) the following...

  • Dell Adamo
    • iFixit teardown
      • FCC ID: E2K533ANH, IC ID: 1514B-533ANH, Dell P/N: 0KW374, 00:21:6A OUI, TA: E14715-010

Be wary of buying cards of this type with unknown origin if you plan on using these cards in a Linux environment. Many on eBay (and the like) are engineering samples and will not function (by default) with the in-kernel driver. The drivers (compat-drivers would be easiest to work with) will need to be patched (and the minimum EEPROM version check removed) to function with these devices.

Note that the 5300 series cards are also available in vendor-specific models which are not cross-compatible with standard Windows drivers, resulting in a driver error "This device cannot start. (Code 10)"

  • Dell P/N: 0KW374 (PCI Device 8086 4235)
  • IBM/Lenovo C/M: 533ANHU (PCI Device 8086 4236)