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Use N-135 Wi-Fi module in Intel Galileo 2

JRodr44
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Hello everyone,

 

This is my first message here, so apologies if I am making a request that has been done before, I have not been able to find a proper answer yet. I am trying to find information about how to buy Intel Centrino Advanced-N 135 adapters, in an Intel Galileo 2 board, but all the links that I have found show this adapter as Out of stock or outdated. Is it really outdated and its use discouraged? If so, would you kindly tell me which is the "natural" substitute that I could buy?

Thanks you very much for reading my question.

 

jrodrimo

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jbenavides
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Hello jrodrimo,

The http://ark.intel.com/products/66887/Intel-Centrino-Wireless-N-135-Single-Band Intel® Centrino® Wireless-N 135 is in fact considered a legacy adapter, but it is still in a "Launched" state.

Since it was released some years ago, it is possible that resellers are now focusing on newer adapters. As we understand, it is still available from some online retailers, or you may contact a local reseller using the http://locate.intel.com/ Intel® Technology Providers Locator.

If you are not able to locate it online or with ITP's, we would advise to post a new thread in the communities, so you can ask for possible substitutes to be used in the Intel® Galileo Gen 2 Development Board.

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