Intel WiFi Link 5300 AGN

Category: Network and Modems
Manufacturer: Intel Corporation
Caution Level: Medium
Download File Size: 4560 KB
Operating System: Windows XP
Latest Version / Release Date: 12.4.3.9 / 25 Jun 2009

Windows device driver information for Intel WiFi Link 5300 AGN

The Intel WiFi Link 5000 is a network adapter in the family of IEEE 802.11a/b/g/Draft-N. It works in both the 5.0 GHz spectra and 2.4 GHz. This device is available in both Half Mini Card and PCI Mini Card. It has a form factor which delivers a bandwidth of up to 450 Mbps through features such as 40 MHz Channel support, Packet Aggregation and MIMO technology. For users to exchange data precisely and on time, the use of the Intel WiFi Link 5000 has become widely accepted. This also involves the use and control of data traffic, stream High Definition (HD) video, voice, and video concurrently. Consumer and Enterprise notebook PCs have adopted the 802.11 Draft-N which they use as a key technology component in both. To achieve bandwidths which are as high as 450Mbps, the Intel WiFi Link 5000 Series Wireless Adapters incorporate this 802.11 Draft-N technology with the Intel Ultimate N WiFi Link 5300 Series.

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The Intel WiFi Link 5000 operates at high speed of up to 450 Mbps which enhances the Bandwidth results in the shortest time possible. It allows for faster transfer of files as well as increased productivity which is enabled by multiple applications to simultaneously access the network. Through this device, Home and Enterprise users are able to tackle today's video, voice, and data applications. It also creates a platform for future support of the growing network which can be entrusted to their laptops. It has the capability of wireless backup support for the server. It allows for Stream High Definition (HD) video and saves Bandwidth for other applications throughout the Home. Compared to 802.11a/b/g solutions it provides higher data rates through the use of multiple antennas to receive data and carry out transmissions. Through the Intel WiFi Link 5000, a more consistent coverage throughout the Home and Enterprise is experienced which makes it user friendly. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Intel WiFi Link 5300 AGN errors before installing any driver updates.