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Asus PCE-N15 - 300Mbps Wireless N PCI-E adapter. 802.11n, WPS for quick secure wireless connection setup, Software AP, 3 Year Warranty

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Single Band
N300 Mbps PCI-E
  • Software AP - Connect your notebook and game consoles to the Internet
  • Supports WEP, WPA-PSK, and WPA2-PSK methods for enhanced security
  • WPS(Wi-Fi Protected Setup) button - Quickly set up a secure wireless connection
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Product Information

Size: Single Band | Style Name: N300 Mbps PCI-E
Technical Details
BrandASUS
Item Weight64 g
Product Dimensions12 x 2.2 x 2.2 cm
Item model numberPCE-N15
Wireless Type802.11B, 802.11G, 802.11n
  
Additional Information
ASINB0053GR2YI
Best Sellers Rank 7,705 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight118 g
Date First Available1 Aug. 2011
  
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Product Description

Size Name: Single Band | Style Name: N300 Mbps PCI-E

Product Description

For quickly setting up a secure wireless connection. Press the Hardware WPS button on PCE-N15 about 3 seconds, then press the WPS button on router as well. Either you can choose to use software WPS, enabling the WPS utility in the WPS Wizard interface. And finish the setup with 3 steps

Software AP mode allows the WLAN card to act as a virtual access point. The computer needs to be connected to a wired network using an Ethernet connection in order to provide network access to WLAN client.

Box Contains

1 x 4GB Mobile Ultra Memory Card
1 x SD Adapter

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Customer Reviews

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Brutal De Luxe on 1 Mar. 2014
Style Name: AC1900 Mbps PCI-ESize: Dual Band
Initially I thought.... some bogus card or I get more stupid every day...

Lets start from beggining.

I updated router to one of those fastest Nighthawk 7000 (sweeet router!!!), immediately seiing extreme smoothness back with my virgin internet (and i mean it! i prune network properly every day!).

I tested then some speeds versus my devices, and i realised that my galaxy phone was faster than my powerful desktop!

I quickly realised it was the old tp link network card that was slowing down and my phone used new 5Ghz wireless connection (tplink used only 2.4Ghz)!!!

So what I did, same as always, came to amazon seeking for some upgrade.

I found this card. I run linux only (unless at work) and I found quickly driver to install it - card started immediately working.

Initially I thought there was something wrong as transfers "stucked" around 32MB - well it was bad router setting at 1300 MB mode :) For some reason the driver is not ready yet for that - so I switched to 600MB speed - and believe me - I have wireless "like wired" connection now.

Very stable.

Very fast.

Very happy.

One cons - I am expecting some updates in linux drivers for 1300 mode (not sure how this is related but it is).

Anyway, who cares 1300... I love stability and way I load it heavily with networking and still can play counter-strike with ping 8
- very impressed as this was normally possible only with cable.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By TiberiusT on 18 Oct. 2014
Style Name: AC1900 Mbps PCI-ESize: Dual Band
Damn thing cost more than my mobo! But reasonable results on Linux Kernel 3.12. It’s a lot better than N but still far from the promised land of AC. I’m upstairs in a modern semi with the router in the living room downstairs. NM reports 62-69% signal. It uses the Broadcom (oh no!) 4360 chip which means you have to use the broadcom-wl driver. It’s in both the Ubuntu repos and the Arch AUR so I guess most distros also have it handy. I use the Asus RT-AC68U Wireless Broadband Router. I had poor results until I turned off the router's 2.4Ghz AND fixed its' 5Ghz output Channel Bandwidth to 40Mhz. Now I get this:

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[tiberiust@M5A97 Desktop]$ iperf -c zfsserver -t 20 -f m -r
------------------------------------------------------------
Server listening on TCP port 5001
TCP window size: 0.08 MByte (default)
---------------------------------------------------------
Client connecting to zfsserver, TCP port 5001
TCP window size: 0.08 MByte (default)
------------------------------------------------------------
[ 4] local 10.0.0.4 port 37245 connected with 10.0.10.2 port 5001
[ ID] Interval Transfer Bandwidth
[ 4] 0.0-20.0 sec 273 MBytes 114 Mbits/sec
[ 5] local 10.0.0.4 port 5001 connected with 10.0.10.2 port 42498
[ 5] 0.0-20.0 sec 749 MBytes 314 Mbits/sec

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114 Mb/s is outgoing. 314 Mb/s is incoming. 'zfsserver' is gigabit wired to the router. I've seen it upto 150/400 but seems it's not in the mood at the time of writing. The driver won't let yu change any important iwconfig settings.

So come on Broadcom... Pretty please, with sugar on top, finish the xxxxxxx driver....
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By John Dawkins on 15 Feb. 2014
Style Name: N300 Mbps PCI-ESize: Single Band Verified Purchase
This is great with both antennae, but with one, or neither, it picks up no signal whatsoever. I would expect this, but the manual says that the antennae are 'optional'. At the moment I'm getting 5 bars of signal, 3 stories up from my router.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Anonyfinn on 9 Sept. 2014
Style Name: AC1900 Mbps PCI-ESize: Dual Band
This seems faultless to me. Driver and software installation was very fast (WIn 7 -- I finally uninstalled the 8 'upgrade'!), and the software is pretty easy to use when it comes to joining your wireless network; it also worked with settings to find and use my Nokia phone as a hub. It was easy to install physically and only takes up one PCI slot despite the large-looking heat sink. The antennas are pretty meaty, and I get good and reliable signal strength on 2.4 ghz. Very robust all round. I can't vouch for the speed, as this is a bit of overkill for my current wifi, soon to be upgraded -- so in part this was a future-proofing exercise prior to getting a dual band router; I get a strong solution that I don't need to buy and install twice.

UPDATE:

Now using with a dual band Asus N55U modem router -- 300 + 300 Mbps is plenty enough, as it's way more than comes into the house. The software than comes with the network card shows channels 10 and 36 as 2.4 and 5 GHz bands respectively (may vary for you). There are several wifi users in the house -- this PC with the AC68 network card and meaty antennas, another PC streaming TV, a laptop or two plus phones. The software indicates a speed between the router and this PC as the only 5 GHz band user of between 360 and 450 Mbps (not that this much comes into the house, so it's only indicative of possibilities). Since this is a 300 + 300 router, I'm guessing that I get 300 on 5 GHz to myself, plus a share of the 2.4 GHz used by everyone else (and it is a guess, as the instructions don't tell much, nor the software itself). On the 2.4GHz band only, I get 144 Mbps amid other wifi users, and 300 when alone.
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