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NThan9
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Difference between Wireless AC 7260HMW and 7260HMW AN and 7260HMW BN/NB

 
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LeonWaksman
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NThan9
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Ok i have learned that NB versions doesnt have Bluetooth, but they dont mentoin difference between 7260HMW and 7260HMW AN

LeonWaksman
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Read the document again: there is difference in speed. AC7260HMW AN 300 Mbps, while AC7260HMW 300/867 Mbps. In my opinion those speed data depends on implementation and hardware configuration.

 

Leon

 

NThan9
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Thanks so much, but there is another question, what is difference between AUX and WLAN?Untitled2.pngUntitled.png

LeonWaksman
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  1. Really I don't know. The Intel WiFi adapters that I know usually have coaxial connectors with MAIN and AUX identification. The MAIN connector is serving 5.4GHz WiFi, while the AUX (auxiliary), is serving Bluetooth and 2.4GHz WiFi
  2. You probably know the meaning of WLAN - Wireless Local Area Network. Often used to label Access Point to internet. I'm not sure that this is an Intel product.

 

Leon

 

NThan9
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Ok i will wait for more answers.

Thanks.

David_V_Intel
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Hello NThan9,

 

Thank you for posting on the Intel ® communities.

 

The information provided by LWAKSMAN is correct. To answer your question, the antennas typically come with MAIN and AUX as LWAKSMAN mentioned; in this case, WLAN would be "MAIN", which is intended for Wi-Fi and AUX is Bluetooth. 

 

It is important to contact your system manufacturer so they can give you more insight on how to connect the antennas, or if the Wireless adapter is actually compatible and validated for use in your system, check the link below for more details:

 

https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/articles/000005687/network-and-i-o/wireless-networki...

 

I hope this helps.

 

 

David V

 

Intel Customer Support Technician

A Contingent Worker at Intel

NThan9
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But will WLAN one support 5GHZ

David_V_Intel
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Hello NThan9,

 

Thank you for your response.

 

The wireless adapter should support 5GHz, as mentioned however, I strongly recommend contacting the system manufacturer for instructions on how to setup and connect the Antennas. 

 

 

David V

 

Intel Customer Support Technician

A Contingent Worker at Intel

NThan9
Beginner
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Ok, One more question, which cable i connect to which socket? on the card there are sockets 1 and 2 and on my laptop cables white and black

LeonWaksman
Super User
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Connect antenna with white cable to socket no 1 and the black cable to socket no 2.

 

Leon

 

NThan9
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I Installed normal one with aux and main and it works perfectly! Thank you all for help!

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