TP-Link Wireless N300 PCI Adapter, 2.4GHz 300Mbps -(TL-WN851ND)
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- Standards: IEEE 802.11n, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11b
- Interface: 32-bit PCI
- Antenna: 2x 2dBi Detachable Omni Directional Antenna
- Wireless Security: Support 64/128 bit WEP, WPA/WPA2/WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK, Wireless MAC Filtering
- Wireless Mode: Ad-Hoc; Infrastructure
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10/27/17 Addendum: I found a wireless antenna in my parts closet. Wish I could tell you the brand but it is not marked. It's about 6 inches tall, pyramidal in shape, with two 3-foot leads coming from it, terminating in connectors that screwed into the PCI card. I placed it on my window sill above the PC. Wham, my download speed jumped to 70 Mbps from my router across the house. (Asus AC1900 RT-AC68P). So this little PCI card will deliver strong signals with an antenna upgrade.
But recently I have ordered this device: AR9220 802.11a/b/g/n 2.4GHz/5GHz 300Mbps , and I expect it in a couple of weeks. I would add that it is difficult to find anything else still available that will fit the plain PCI (LONG SLOTS) on old mother boards. Don't confuse this device's connection with the updated, industry standard: PCI-E aka PCI-Express which has a (SHORT SLOT). They are not interchangeable and it's easy to order the wrong "PCI" device if you are not very careful and read the description and look at the product image you are purchasing. Good luck to others who are trying to keep these old motherboards alive. It is becoming much more difficult with time.