Raspberry pi usb adapter

5 лучших адаптеров Raspberry Pi Wifi для вашего медиацентра

Адаптеры Raspberry Pi Wifi помогут уменьшить беспорядок и доставить контент в XBMC (развлекательный центр nka Kodi) по беспроводной сети. Как мы уже писали ранее, есть 4 разных ОС Raspberry Pi, которые ориентированы на медиацентры. Мы показали вам, как установить OpenELEC и Raspbmc обычным способом, а также использовать новое ПО из коробки. [ Читайте: сравнение Raspbmc с OpenELEC пересмотрено в 2014 году ]

Независимо от того, используете ли вы OpenELEC, Raspbmc или Xbian на Raspberry Pi B или более новую Raspberry Pi B +, эти USB-адаптеры Raspberry Pi USB Wifi должны помочь уменьшить количество проводов и сделать ваш Kodi Entertainment Center более «дружественным для жены» :-).

Адаптеры Raspberry Pi Wifi

Следует понимать, что ключ Raspberry Pi Wifi не приближается к надежности и производительности проводного соединения. Несмотря на то, что беспроводные адаптеры рассчитаны на более высокую скорость (с Wireless N), чем 100 Мбит / с Ethernet, доступный на RPi, реальные условия (помехи) снижают производительность беспроводных USB-карт. Но я использую два моих RPis по беспроводной сети, и у меня не было абсолютно никаких проблем с потоковой передачей контента по беспроводной сети в мой медиацентр XBMC. Просто убедитесь, что у вас есть хороший беспроводной маршрутизатор, и реализуйте наши стратегии для устранения проблем с буферизацией XBMC на Raspberry Pi.

ASUS (RT-AC68U) Wireless-AC1900 Двухдиапазонный гигабитный маршрутизатор
Узнайте, почему он считается лучшим беспроводным маршрутизатором в своем классе.

У eLinux.org есть большой список совместимых адаптеров Raspberry Pi Wifi, и мы даже рассмотрели многие Linux-совместимые беспроводные адаптеры. Я попробовал некоторые из них, и ниже перечислены те, которые, по моему мнению, хорошо сработались с Raspberry Pi и не сломали мой кошелек.

Примечание. Все адаптеры были протестированы на момент написания этой статьи. Поддержка драйверов и / или оборудования, возможно, была пересмотрена. Таким образом, используйте этот пост для руководства, но сделайте вашу должную осмотрительность перед покупкой. Также читайте комментарии, чтобы учиться на чужом опыте.

1. USB-адаптер Panda PAU05 Wireless-N

В настоящее время я использую этот адаптер Raspberry Pi Wifi, и все, что я могу сказать, это здорово. Я могу осуществлять потоковую передачу HD-контента без проблем с производительностью. Но я также реализовал эти настройки производительности Raspberry Pi, которые могут помочь в этом. Ключевые особенности этого адаптера включают в себя:

  • Работает с 2,4 ГГц Wireless G / N
  • Максимальная скорость до 300 Мбит / с
  • Поддержка нескольких ОС, включая Linux
  • Безопасность: WPA2 / WPA-PSK (AES, TKIP) WEP 64, 128-бит

2. USB-адаптер Panda PAU06 Wireless-N

Я не могу представить, чтобы этот беспроводной USB-адаптер сильно отличался от первого, поскольку они практически одинаковы. Единственное отличие состоит в том, что этот адаптер Raspberry Pi Wifi имеет внешнюю антенну для усиления приема сигнала. Другие ключевые функции включают в себя:

  • Работает с 2,4 ГГц Wireless G / N
  • Максимальная скорость до 300 Мбит / с
  • Поддержка нескольких ОС, включая Linux
  • Безопасность: WPA2 / WPA-PSK (AES, TKIP) WEP 64, 128-бит

3. Беспроводной адаптер Wi-Pi Raspberry Pi 802.11n

Это официальный беспроводной USB-адаптер Raspberry Pi от Element 14, созданный Raspberry Pi. Поэтому он гарантированно работает, и неудивительно, что он является одним из самых популярных Wi-Fi-адаптеров для Raspberry Pi. Особенности включают в себя:

  • Работает с 2,4 ГГц Wireless G / N
  • Максимальная скорость до 150 Мбит / с
  • Поддержка нескольких ОС, включая Linux
  • Безопасность: WPA2 / WPA-PSK (AES, TKIP) WEP 64, 128-бит

4. Edimax EW-7811Un 150M 11n Wi-Fi USB-адаптер

Если вы предпочитаете «нано» беспроводной адаптер для RPi, то это может быть именно так. На момент составления этого списка это также один из самых дешевых адаптеров Raspberry Pi Wifi в 2014 году.

  • Работает с 2,4 ГГц Wireless G / N
  • Максимальная скорость до 150 Мбит / с
  • Поддержка нескольких ОС, включая Linux
  • Безопасность: WPA2 / WPA-PSK (AES, TKIP) WEP 64, 128-бит

5. AirLink101 AWLL6075 Беспроводной адаптер Mini N Mini USB

У меня был положительный опыт с этим Wi-Fi адаптером Raspberry Pi. Просто плагин, подождите несколько секунд, и это все; Теперь вы готовы к подключению к вашей беспроводной сети. Ключевые особенности включают в себя:

  • Работает с 2,4 ГГц Wireless G / N
  • Максимальная скорость до 300 Мбит / с
  • Поддержка нескольких ОС, включая Linux
  • Безопасность: WPA2 / WPA-PSK (AES, TKIP) WEP 64, 128-бит

Обратите внимание, что ни один из вышеперечисленных лучших адаптеров Raspberry Pi Wifi 2014 года не работает с полосой 5 ​​ГГц или беспроводным переменным током. С другой стороны, все операционные системы медиацентра Raspberry Pi позволяют легко подключаться к беспроводным сетям с помощью этих адаптеров RPi Wifi. Все, что вам нужно сделать, это выбрать вашу беспроводную сеть и ввести пароль. < Читайте: 8 настроек Raspberry Pi OpenELEC после установки ]

Беспроводные адаптеры являются одним из 7 аксессуаров Raspberry Pi, которые я рекомендовал в прошлом. Но помните, что использование адаптера Wi-Fi уменьшает порты USB, доступные для других целей. Это не проблема, если вы используете более новую версию Raspberry Pi B + с 4 USB-портами. Поэтому, если вы хотите использовать беспроводную связь в своем медиацентре Kodi, вы не ошибетесь, выбрав любой из 5 лучших адаптеров Raspberry Pi Wifi.

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RPi USB Wi-Fi Adapters

Contents

Guides

Many of these are applicable to many adapters.

  • CLI configuration instructions — tested with an Airlink 101 AWLL5099
  • Hotspot — WiFi Access Point — tested with a TP-LINK WN725N (RTL8188CUS chipset)
  • Installing the TL-WN722N adapter — also for other adapters under Debian Squeeze
  • World’s easiest way to setup the WiFi AP — tested with Lightberry Wifi (RT5370 chipset)

Notes

  • Raspberry Pi 3 Model B has a BCM43143 on board. That one should work out of the box.
  • A Wi-Fi adapter will probably need more power than the Raspberry Pi USB port can provide, especially if there is a large distance from the Wi-Fi adapter to the Wi-Fi Access Point, or it is transferring large amounts of data. Therefore, you may need to plug the Wi-Fi adapter into a powered USB hub.
  • If you need to install a driver yourself, chances are that it is in your distro’s non-free package repository. You may need to enable the non-free repository in your package manager’s settings.
  • In general, devices with RTL8188CUS work great as wifi access point. If you plan to use your raspberry pi in ad hoc mode, you must verify that your adapter is using the nl80211 driver. Wifi adaptors using RTL8188CUS driver will not work in ad hoc mode. See Hotspot — WiFi Access Point
  • Some WiFi adaptors, including Ralink brand, may not work reliably unless ‘wireless-power off’ is included in /etc/network/interfaces. For more details see: Forum: RT5370 WiFi cuts out after some hours, needs reboot?
  • If you plan to use GNU/Linux on your Raspberry Pi you may also want to check out the driver overview at [1].

Working USB Wi-Fi Adapters

These adapters are known to work on the Raspberry Pi. This list is not exhaustive, as other adapters may well work, but have not yet been tried. You can help by expanding it.

Manufacturer Name Hardware description Distro support Works w/o hub AP mode Ad hoc Notes
Debian Raspbian Other
3COM 3CRUSB10075 ZyDAS zd1211rw ? ? ? ? ? ?
7DayShop W-3S01BLK Ralink RT5370
USB: 148f:5370 (Ralink Technology Corp.)
MAC mfr.: 7cdd90 (Shenzhen Ogemray Technology Co., Ltd.)
Wheezy preinstalled, but stops after 3-4 hours even with USB workarounds Yes OpenELEC Rev 2 Yes ? Created wpa.conf, edited ‘interfaces’ file and restarted the networking.
W-3S01BLKTWIN
Adafruit Miniature WiFi Module, Raspberry Pi Realtek RTL8192cu Wheezy preinstalled preinstalled RetroPie v2.3 preinstalled

OpenELEC v4.0.5 preinstalled

Sometimes ? ?
ALFA Network Inc. AWUS036NEH Ralink RT3070 Squeeze install firmware-ralink ? Arch ? Yes ?
ALFA Network Inc. AWUS036NH Ralink RT3070 Wheezy install firmware-ralink install aircrack-ng Arch use rt2800usb module ? Yes ?
ALFA Network Inc. AWUS036H
(500mW version)
Ralink RT3070 ? install aircrack-ng ? ? Yes ? This product is end-of-life.
ALFA Network Inc. AWUS036H
(1W version)
Realtek 8187L ? install aircrack-ng ? Rev 2? ? ? This product is end-of-life.
ALFA Network Inc. AWUS036NHA Atheros AR9271 ? install aircrack-ng ? Sometimes ? ? Power: Pi does not boot with adapter inserted; insert after boot.
ALFA Network Inc. AWUS036NHR Realtek RTL8188RU ? Yes ? Sometimes ? ?
AirLink101 AWLL5088 Wireless N 150 Ultra Mini-USB Adapter Realtek RTL8188CUS Wheezy use install script (see notes) ? ? ? ? ? Based on the OEM Edimax EW-7811Un. For automatic installation, See MrEngmanns script listed below under the Edimax device.
AirLink101 AWLL5099 Wireless N 150 Ultra Mini-USB Adapter[2] Realtek RTL8188CUS ? Wheezy preinstalled ? Yes ? ?
AirLink101 AWLL6075 Wireless N Mini USB Adapter Realtek RTL8191SU
USB: 0b05:1786 (Realtek Semiconductor Corp.)
Driver: r8712u
? Wheezy preinstalled ? Yes ? ? Dongle gets hot under use.
Asus USB-N10 Realtek RTL8188SU
USB: 0b05:1786 (Realtek Semiconductor Corp.)
Driver: r8712u
Squeeze download or install firmware-realtek Wheezy preinstalled Fedora Remix preinstalled

Arch preinstalled OpenELEC preinstalled

Yes ? Yes Does not support nl80211 APIS, so hostapd won’t work.

With RPi2 works with no powered USB hub (tested with 2A PSU)

Asus USB-N13 rev B1 (A1 is different) Realtek RTL8192CU
USB: 0b05:17ab (ASUSTek Computer, Inc. )
Driver: 8192u
? Buster preinstalled Occidentalis v0.1 preinstalled ? ? ?
Asus WL-167G v1 Ralink RT2571
USB: 0b05:1706 (ASUSTek Computer, Inc. )
Squeeze preinstalled ? ? No ? ?
Asus WL-167G v3 Realtek RTL8188SU
USB: 0b05:1791 (ASUSTek Computer, Inc. )
Squeeze preinstalled Wheezy preinstalled ? Yes ? ?
Asus USB-AC51 USB: 0b05:17d1 (ASUSTek Computer, Inc. ) ? ? ? Yes; DC Output : 5 V with max. 0.5 A current (NTB Verified) ? ?
AusPi Technologies AusPi 802.11n Wireless Adaptor, Raspberry Pi Ralink
Driver: rt2800usb
? Wheezy preinstalled OpenELEC preinstalled

? ? ?
Belkin F5D7050 Wireless G Adapter v3000 Ralink RT2571W install firmware-ralink and add usbcore to /etc/modules; use guide ? ? ? ? ?
Belkin F5D8053 ver.6001 Wireless N Adapter Realtek RTL8188SU ? Wheezy preinstalled OpenELEC preinstalled

Sometimes; works as sole USB device on 5V 800mA power with 6 overvolt ? ?
Belkin F6D4050 V1/V2 Ralink RT3070
USB: 050d:935a/935b
Driver: RT3572STA(recommended), RT2800USB, RT2870STA
? using guide Arch using guide Yes Yes ?
Belkin F7D1101 v1 Basic Wireless Adapter Realtek RTL8188SU
USB: 050d:945a
Driver: r8712u
install firmware-realtek and download Wheezy preinstalled ? ? ? ?
Belkin F7D2102 N300 Micro Wireless USB adapter Realtek RTL8192CU
USB: 050d:2103
Driver: rtl8192cu
? Wheezy Occidentalis v0.1

Yes ? ?
Belkin F9L1001 V1 N150 Wireless USB Adapter Realtek RTL8188SU
USB: 050d:945a
Driver: r8712u
? Wheezy ? Yes ? Yes Ad hoc tested on Raspberry Pi 2 Model B running Raspbian Jessie release 8.0
Belkin F9L1002v1 N300 Wireless USB Adapter ? Wheezy ? Yes ? ? Confirmed with RPi2.
Belkin Surf Micro WLAN USB-Adapter, N150 ? ? Wheezy ? Yes ? ?
Billion BIPAC 3010A Realtek rtl8812au ? install aircrack-ng Ubuntu LTS ? ? ? Installs via additional drivers on ubuntu and aircrack-ng on raspberry pi. It seems to be a branded generic, checking ebay listings yields the same adapter under brands such as Edimax. The connection in Raspberry Pi OS was stable enough to game stream via steamlink on Beautiful @ 1080p@60 fps without dropouts. It did use a lot of power so finding a good USB cable and power brick is essential.
Blitzz BWU613B Atmel AT76C505
USB: 12fd:1001
Driver: at76c50x-usb
? Wheezy install atmel-firmware ? ? ? ?
Broadcom WiFi Adapter and 2 Port USB Hub for Raspberry Pi Broadcom BCM43143 ? Yes OpenELEC
RaspBMC
XBian
? ? ? supports Broadcom WICED sense
BlueProton BT3 Realtek RTL8187L
USB: 0bda:8187
Driver: rtl8187
Yes Yes Fedora
Arch
? ? ?
Buffalo AirStation N150 Wireless USB Adapter (WLI-UC-GNM) Driver: rt2800usb ? Wheezy preinstalled RaspBMC Yes ? ? Tested without hub on Raspberry Pi 2 Model B and Raspbian 2015-01-31
Buffalo AirStation N300 Wireless USB Adapter (WLI-UC-G300N) ? ? ? RaspBMC preinstalled ? ? ?
Buffalo HWU54G rev. Z2 USB: 07b8:6001 Does NOT work with Raspbian 2015-02-16, see «Problem» section ? OpenELEC 5.0.5 ? ? ?
D-LINK AirPlus G DWL-G122 rev. B1 Ralink RT2571
USB: 2001:3c00
? ? Arch preinstalled Yes Yes ?
D-LINK AirPlus G DWL-G122 rev. C Ralink RT2571
USB: 07d1:3c03
? ? Arch preinstalled Yes Yes ?
D-LINK AirPlus G DWL-G122 rev. E Ralink RT2870
USB: 07d1:3c0f
Yes Yes Arch preinstalled Yes Yes ? On Debian requires the firmware-ralink package from the Squeeze-firmware non-free repository. Crashs have been on Raspbian 2012-07-15 after a few minutes of load.
D-LINK DWA-131 rev E1 Realtek RTL8192eu
USB: 542a:a2a6
Driver
? Yes ? ? ? ?
LB-Link Unknown (unspecified) Driver: RTL8188CUS ? Stretch & Buster ? Yes ? ? Tested without hub on Raspberry Pi 1 B+ and 3 B+ running the latest Raspbian Buster and previously Stretch.
Panda Wireless PAU05
PAU06
PAU07
PAU09
Driver: rt2800usb install firmware-ralink Wheezy & Jessie preinstalled OpenELEC Use an AC Adapter (2A@5V) Yes ? Tested without hub on Raspberry Pi 2/3 running the latest Raspbian Wheezy and Jessie.
Ralink RT5070 None ? Buster preinstalled ? Yes Yes ? Tested without hub on Raspberry Pi 1 B+ running the latest Raspbian Buster.
TP-LINK TL-WN722N
TL-WN722NC
Atheros ath9k_htc
USB: 0cf3:9271
Firmware
? ? Arch preinstalled People seem to have different experiences here. Model B may need one Yes Yes Supports Access point or Ad hoc mode, not both together.
TP-LINK TL-WN727N v5.21 Realtek rtl8188eus
USB: 2357:0111
Driver: 8188eu
Yes Yes ? ? Yes ? see notes about driver below
TP-LINK TL-WN822N v1.1 Atheros AR-9170
USB: 0CF3:1002
? ? Arch preinstalled Yes Yes ?
TP-LINK TL-WN822N v2 AR-9170
USB: 0cf3:7015
Firmware
? ? Arch preinstalled People seem to have different experiences here. Yes ?
TP-LINK TL-WN822N v3 Realtek rtl8192cu
USB: 0BDA:8178
? Stretch preinstalled Arch preinstalled Yes Yes ?
TP-LINK TL-WN823N Realtek rtl8192eu
USB: 2357:0109
? Buster ? ? ? ? see notes about driver below
  • Comfast
    • WU710N: chipset RTL8188CUS. The rtl8192cu kernel driver is loaded automatically in the latest Raspian distribution. Wifi access point configuration — see tutorial and configuration script
    • WU712P: chipset RTL8188EU. Requires powered USB hub. Works with `usb_max_current=1` on Raspberry Pi B+ without powered USB hub. In-built drivers are buggy. Had to use lwfinger/rtl8188eu drivers and jenssegers/RTL8188-hostapd.
    • WU810N (150M): Works out of the box on wheezy raspbian of version 2012-12-16. Update: New versions of this device use an 8188EUS chip and will not work out of the box on raspbian as this driver is not compiled, although it is available in staging.
  • Conceptronic
    • C300RU. Works out of the box in Raspbian. Causes reboot when plugging on a live Rev. 2 Raspberry Pi
  • Conrad
    • WLAN Stick N150 mini. Works out of the box in OpenELEC, requires firmware — Realtek and r8712u kernel module on Debian. Works also out of the box with Raspian Jessie version Linux raspberrypi 4.1.13-v7+.
    • WLAN Stick N150 Nano [Realtek RTL8188CUS]. Requires a powered USB hub. See Micronet SP907NS for installation instructions and script. Wifi access point configuration — see tutorial and configuration script
  • DealExtreme
    • ISG-1507N Mini USB 2.4GHz 150Mbps 802.11b/g/n WiFi. Has the ralink 5370 chipset, works directly plugged into the Raspberry Pi rev.1 under OpenELEC. Note: Driver (rt2800usb) only permits B/G operation and throughput is low (10Mbit).
    • DX Original Mini Nano USB 2.0 IEEE802.11n/b/g 150Mbps Wi-Fi / WLAN Wireless Network Adapter, SKU 256382. Has Ralink RT2870 chipset. Works out of the box in latest Raspbian Wheezy (7.2). I (-df- (talk)) have been using it in powered USB hub with Raspberry Pi model B and also directly in model A’s single USB slot.
  • DELL
    • Wireless 1450 [Intersil ISL3887]. Works out of the box, but it requires a powered hub (the Raspberry Pi boots with this dongle plugged in, recognizes and configures it, works for some time, but then it crashes randomly under heavy traffic. A powered hub seems to fix the issue).
  • DIGICOM
    • USBWAVE54 [chipset Zydas ZD1211] . [[3]] Works out of the box in OpenELEC. With Raspbian or Debian squeezy/Wheezy works with zd1211-firmware .
    • USBWAVE300C [chipset Ralink 2870] . [[4]] Works out of the box in OpenELEC. With Raspbian or Debian squeezy/Wheezy works with firmware-ralink .
  • Digitus
    • Wireless 150N DN-7042-1, USB ID 0bda:8176, RTL8188CUS. Works out of the box with Raspbian Wheezy. Works even after uninstalling firmware-realtek from the raspbian non-free repository. No powered USB hub needed. GNU GPLv3 printed on paper and included in the package. Another version of the same Wifi Dongle is USB ID 148f:7601 ( Digitus do not label versions by revision ), this version requires manual driver installation ([5]).
  • D-Link
    • DWA-110 (Version A1). Requires the ralink package from the non-free repository on Debian.
    • DWA-121 (Version A1). Wireless N 150 Pico. Works out-of-the-box with Arch Linux (3.12.1), Raspian Wheezy (2012-09-18) and Raspbmc (2012-11-06) using Network-Manager addon (see Program — Addons). Wifi access point configuration — see tutorial and configuration script
    • DWA-123 (Version A1). USB ID 2001:3c17, Ralink RT2800. Working out-of-the-box on Arch image from 2012-04-29. (working without UBS Hub — not yet sure if it achieves full speed though.)
    • DWA-127_Model_A1 works out of the box direct or on hub (2015. DWA-127_Model_B1 has different intenal HW to A1. Could not get to work. Is LSUSB id is not in the known list (2015)
    • DWA-125 (Version A2). Works out of the box on Raspian Wheezy (2013) and Raspbmc (2013)
    • DWA-130 (rev. E1) Works out of the box with Raspbmc Frodo. Updated Raspbmc upon plugging in and powering up. Had issues timing out. Changed DNS to openDNS address. Works good after that.
    • DWA-131 (rev. A1) USB ID 07d1:3303,Realtek RTL8192SU, 802.11n Wireless N Nano.
      • Important : revision A1 works, revision B1 works now with Raspbian’s kernel 3.6.11+ ! Otherwise get the last Linux firmware on DLink Website : http://tsd.dlink.com.tw/.
      • Works out of the box on Raspbian “Wheezy”. Verified with direct USB: no powered USB hub needed. Also verified when Nano used in powered USB hub. Someone had trouble configuring SSID/Passphrase in etc/network/interfaces file. But no problem & very easy to configure using wicd: wicd is a gui interface on LXDE for network configuration. Install it using command-line: apt-get install wicd . Once configured ith wicd to auto-run on boot, no need to turn back to LXDE. Recommended.
    • DWA-131 (rev. E1) N300. Nano USB. 542a:a2a6 works with this driver on Raspbian. Pretty sure that compiling the same driver on other distros will work the same way.
    • DWA-132 (rev. F1) N300. USB ID 2001:3c25, works out of the box with Arch Linux (4.0.9).
    • DWA-140 (Version B1). USB ID 07d1:3c09, Ralink RT2870. On Debian requires the firmware-ralink package from the Squeeze-firmware non-free repository.
    • DWA-140 (Version B2). USB ID 07d1:3c0a, Ralink RT3072. Workaround for faulty firmware binary: Place file rt2870.bin from linux-firmware_1.53.tar.gz in /lib/firmware. Explanation.
    • DWA-140 (Version B3). USB ID 2001:3c15, Works out of the box with Raspbmc (only tested with powered hub).
    • DWA-140 (Version D1). USB ID 2001:3c20, Follow Brucalipto.org instructions, but replace the vendor and product IDs with 2001:3c20.
    • DWA-160 (Version B1). USB ID 07d1:3c11, Ralink RT2870. On Debian requires the firmware-ralink package from the Squeeze-firmware non-free repository.
    • DWA-160 (Version A2). USB ID 07d1:3a09, Atheros AR9170. (NOTE: I can only get it to work through powered USB hub) requires carl9170-fw firmware [6]
    • WUA-1340 (Version A1). Works with Raspbian Wheezy after installing the firmware-ralink package from the non-free repository on Debian.
  • Edimax

    • EW-7811Un USB ID 7392:7811, RTL8192CU, driver blob download via Element14, works with WPA2-AES-CCMP (howto) (B) — Alternative driver download link that works with Raspian.
      Note: With current Raspbian (2012-09-18-Wheezy) it is recognized immediately, the default module works fine; the configuration is easy using wireless-essid and wireless-key in /etc/network/interfaces.
      Note: Used in an access point setup, this chip did not work well for me. Got lots of ‘Deauthenticated due to local deauth request’ caused by EAPOL requests not answered by the client. However, it keeps working if I do not issue massive downloads.
      Note: On modern Raspbian (Buster) the Ew-7811Un causes a kernel panic as soon as someone tries to connect to the access point, whether in 802.11n or 802.11g mode. It still works as a client to another access point though.
      • The EW-7811Un can be powered directly from the Raspberry Pi if the Raspberry Pi is powered using a well regulated power supply. Wifi access point configuration — see tutorial and configuration script
      • EW-7811Un step-by-step installation and configuration instructions for Debian & Raspian with screenshots can be found here: here
      • A script-based installation for the EW-7811Un by MrEngman can be found on the Raspberry Pi forums. Tested with Debian Squeeze and Raspbian. An installation guide can be found here.
      • Instructions for getting the EW-7811Un working in Raspbmc (tested RC3) can be found here.
      • Simple step-by-step instructions for EW-7811Un which uses the RTL8192 chipset RPi_edimax_EW-7811Un
      • EW-7811Un with the RTL8188UCS chipset works out of the box as a client with Raspbian (as of August 2013), requires a special version of hostapd to work as Wi-Fi access point — see tutorial and configuration script
      • EW-7811Un[USB ID 7392:7811](Raspbian Wheezy, 2012-12-16, Prod. Model B, Rev 2) Worked right out of the box — only needed to configure WPA.
      • Doesn’t work in monitor mode with default drivers in latest Raspbian (2013-09-25-wheezy-raspbian) due to lack of support of nl80211 in driver.
    • EW-7318USg USB ID 148f:2573, rt73usb. RT2573 chipset. Works with powered usb-hub or shorted polyfuses.
    • EW-7711UAn, Ralink RT2870, works perfectly on Arch with a powered hub (not tested without yet). Simply required wireless_tools and wpa_supplicant, the drivers/firmware are included in kernel 3.0. I followed the Arch Wireless Setup instructions.
    • EW-7811UTC AKA AC600. Dual band, good range. Works on OSMC: first connect by ethernet and use the following short guide to enable Wifi and connect to your network. Or follow the simpler OSMC guide. Raspbian-based systems require manual driver installation and manual update after each kernel upgrade.
  • edup
    • [Edup 150MBPS Wi-Fi adapter] USB ID: 148f:5370 Ralink Technology, Corp. RT5370 Wireless Adapter. Driver is the RT2800USB module, I had to install the firmware as rt2870.bin in /lib/firmware.(requires firmware-ralink from Wheezy) (B)
    • Ultra-Mini Nano USB 2.0 802.11n 150 Mbit/s Wi-Fi/WLAN Wireless Network Adapter USB ID: ID 0bda:8176 Works stable when using VLC for internet radio receiver. Works stable 24/7 on two of my Raspberries used as webserver. Use method shown here for Debian. Seems to be the same as EW-7811Un using the RTL8188CUS chipset.
    • edup nano EP-N8508 Use method shown here for Debian. Requires powered USB hub for adequate power. When directly powered by Raspberry Pi, it fails after a few minutes. (B) Unusable with analog audio because when data is being send or received the audio get distorted. Use script from here for Wheezy.
  • Eminent
    • EM4575 — rt2800usb driver.
  • EnGenius
    • EUB9603 EXT — Realtek r8712u driver
  • Fritz.box! AVM Berlin
    • Fritz Wlan Stick N — Work only with this driver «sudo apt-get install firmware-linux-free»
  • Gigabyte
    • Gigabyte GN-WB32L 802.11n USB WLAN Card. Works with the rt2800usb driver.
  • GMYLE
    • Wireless 11n USB Adapter. Uses RTL8188CUS chipset — cheap on eBay. Installs and works using the install-rtl8188cus-latest.sh script.
    • Micro Mini USB Wireless B/N/G 802.11n RTL8192CU WiFi LAN Adapter. As noted elsewhere, RTL8192 driver is in current Raspbian distribution. Wifi access point configuration — see tutorial and configuration script
  • Hawking
    • HWU54G rev. Z2 (802.11g) (B). Requires «zd1211-firmware» package.
  • Hercules
    • Hercules Wireless N LB USB / HWNU-LB-150 (802.11n/g/b). Identified by USB ID 06f8:e034 Guillemot Corp. and driver is in current Raspbian. No external power needed but warning when hot plug because RPi is rebooting.
  • Intelbras
    • USB Wireless Adapter N 150 Mbps WBN 900. Uses the Ralink RT3070L chipset. Works out of the box, no powered hub needed. Tested on Retropie and OSMC.
  • IOGear
    • GWU625 USB ID 0bda:8172, r8712u staging driver, included on Fedora Remix & Arch, must download for Debian Squeeze and install firmware — Realtek from non-free Squeeze repository. No need to download firmware when using Debian Wheezy (B)
  • ISY
    • USB Wireless Micro Adapter IWL 2000, tested on Raspbian; follow these instructions.
  • Kozumi
    • K-1550UN works out-of-the-box even without USB powered hub, has the RTL8188CUS chipset, works as AP, tested on Raspbian.
  • Leoxsys
    • Leoxsys LEO-NANO150N USB Adapter,tested on Raspbmc,Auto recognized,Just use in-built network configuration settings. It works by default on Ubuntu Mate Release 15.04 (Kernel Linux 3.18.0-20-rpi2). Works great on OSMC. Works in ArchLinux.
  • Linksys
    • Linksys (Cisco) WUSB100 ver.2 1737:0078, tested on Raspbian; follow Brucalipto.org instructions; not stress tested, but it works without issues for light network load.
    • Linksys (Cisco) WUSB600N, test on Raspbian, details here
    • Linksys WUSB54GC (manufactured 07/2008) No issues! needs powered hub on version 1.0 boards — 13b1:0020
    • Linksys WUSB54G ver.4, Works well even when plugged directly to the Raspberry Pi. Requires 300mA max, hence recommended to use powered usb hub for extended operation.
  • LogiLink
    • Wireless LAN USB 2.0 Nano Adapter 802.11n LogiLink [7] is working even USB powered.
    • Micro Wireless LAN USB Adapter [8] is working good.
    • WL0145, USB ID 148f:5370 works, via a powered USB hub, used as access point, 150MBit 2,4MHz
    • WL0150, USB ID 148f:5372 works, directly, used as AP or Bridge possible (hostapd nl80211) 300MBit 2,4 GHz 180mA
  • Lutec
    • Lutec WLA-54L (old version with ZD1211b chipset) is working even USB powered.
  • Manhattan
    • Micro 150N (uses Realtek RTL8188CUS) Works out of the box in Rasbian Wheezy, no hub, no drivers — http://manhattan-products.com/en-US/products/9687
  • Micronet
    • Micronet SP907NS, 11N Wireless LAN USB Adapter (uses Realtek RTL8188CUS) works plugged directly into Raspberry Pi USB (B) Debian installation instructions IMPORTANT: read the instructions first to avoid problems, and Auto-install script. The script has been used to install other adapters using the RTL8188CUS chip. Updated driver that handles the latest rpi-updates that kill the original driver, download for manual installation, automatically installed by the Auto-install script.
    • Wifi access point configuration — see tutorial and configuration script
  • ModMyPi
    • Wireless USB 11N Nano Adaptor 802.11N (Realtek RTL8188CUS) works plugged directly into Raspberry Pi USB without the need for a USB hub. No drivers need installing on Raspian, XBMC or OpenElec — plug and play! Available from the ModMyPi Raspberry Pi Shop. Wifi access point configuration — see tutorial and configuration script
    • Ultra Long Range High Gain with 5dBi Antenna Wireless USB Adaptor (Ralink 3070) works plugged directly into Raspberry Pi USB without the need for a USB hub. No drivers need installing on Raspian, XBMC or OpenElec — plug and play! Available from the ModMyPi Raspberry Pi Shop.
  • MSI
    • 0db0:6861 MSI-6861 802.11g Wi-Fi adapter (US54G): works with external powered USB hub, requires firmware from here, power management must be disabled: iwconfig wlan0 power off
  • Mvix
    • Mvix Nubbin (MS-811N): works out of the box on Raspbian «Wheezy» and does not need a powered USB hub.
  • Netgear
    • N150: Reported as WNA1100 device, uses the Atheros ar9271 chipset. On Debian, requires the firmware-atheros package from the Squeeze-backports non-free repository (!)
    • N150: Some versions reported as Realtek RTL8188CUS device. Read Micronet entry above and use RTL8188CUS script for installation. Works best plugged into powered USB hub.
    • WG111v1: Prism54 chipset. Needs powered hub. Follow info for Prism54 chipset on Debian wiki.
    • WG111v2: Realtek rtl8187 chipset. Seems to draw a lot of power; e.g. I can’t power this and a USB thumb drive simultaneously.
    • WG111v3: Realtek RTL8187B chipset. Works straight out of the box using a powered USB hub.
    • WNA1000M works with Raspberry Pi Model B Board v. BS1233. However, when downloading torrents and when they pick up speed, the system becomes unresponsive.
    • WMA3100M works when connected to on-board USB. Also works in an un-powered hub. But like the WNA1000M during use the CPU can go to 100% at which point the system is VERY slow to respond.
  • OvisLink
    • Evo-W300USB: USB ID 148f:2270 Ralink Technology RT2770. apt-get install firmware-ralink
  • Panda Wireless
    • Panda Wireless Products
      • 2.4GHz band
        • Panda Wireless PAU03 Ultra 150Mbps 802.11n USB Adapter
        • Panda Wireless PAU04 150Mbps 802.11n USB Adapter with antenna
        • Panda Wireless PAU05 300Mbps 802.11n USB Adapter
        • Panda Wireless PAU06 300Mbps 802.11n USB Adapter with High Gain antenna
        • Panda Wireless PAU08 150Mbps 802.11n USB Adapter with High Gain antenna
      • 2.4GHz and 5 GHz bands
        • Panda Wireless PAU07 N600 Dual Band 802.11n USB Adapter
        • Panda Wireless PAU09 N600 Dual Band 802.11n USB Adapter with High Gain antennas
    • All the above Panda Wireless branded Adapters are plug and play on Linux Mint 18, Ubuntu 16.04 TLS, Fedora 24 and Raspberry Pi 1/2/3 running the latest Raspbian Wheezy and Jessie.
  • Patriot Memory
    • PCUSBW1150 Wireless 11N USB adapter (uses Realtek RTL8188CUS) Install using Micronet script. Works only through powered USB hub. Wifi access point configuration — see tutorial and configuration script
    • PCBOWAU2-N Wireless 11N USB adapter (uses Realtek RTL8191SU chip) Worked immedietly, plug and play in 2013-02-09 Raspbian via powered USB hub.
  • Pi Supply
    • Wireless USB 11N Nano Adaptor 802.11N (Ralink 5370 based) works plugged directly into Raspberry Pi USB without the need for a USB hub. No drivers need installing on Raspian, XBMC or OpenElec and other operating systems — plug and play! Available from the Pi Supply Raspberry Pi Shop. Wifi access point configuration — see tutorial and configuration script
    • Ultra Long Range High Gain with 5dBi Antenna Wireless USB Adaptor (Ralink 3070) works plugged directly into Raspberry Pi USB without the need for a USB hub. No drivers need installing on Raspian, XBMC or OpenElec — plug and play! Available from the Pi Supply Raspberry Pi Shop.
  • Ralink
    • inner 02 joggler Wi-Fi USB RT2770F USB-ID 148f:2770 (firmware-ralink required) (only got dhcp on powered hub)
    • RT2070 USB-ID 148f:2070 firmware is already loaded into Raspbian. For Debian, the firmware must be installed (instructions). Needs a powered USB hub.
    • RT3070 USB-ID 148f:3070 firmware is already loaded into Raspbian.
    • RT2501/RT2573 USB-ID 148f:2573 (firmware-ralink required) (B)
    • RT5370 USB-ID 148f:5370 (requires firmware-ralink from Wheezy) RPi_Ralink_WLAN_devices(B). An image of an adapter with this chip can be found here.
    • RT5370 USB-ID 148f:7601 Advertised on eBay as RT5370 chipset but has Mediatek 7601T chip instead. [9] DOES NOT WORK out of the box; requires compiling a driver downloadable from mediatek.com or from github.com. MT7601 doesn’t work with default hostapd.
    • RT5370 USB-ID 148f:7601 Recently a driver has been created which can be downloaded via the Pi’s command line, has been proved successful by many users but is still a work in progress due to the official driver having code issues details of the download and installation are available here [10]
    • RT5370 supports Access Point and it be used for hostapd
    • RT5572 USB ID 148f:5572 native driver available in Kernel 3.10.36+ (rt2800usb). For earlier kernel versions: under Raspbian, OpenELEC, raspbmc (neither under x86 Linux) for the Ralink 5572 chipset but works using Ralink drivers (requiring compilation — guidance, requires source for the running kernel) including with wpa_supplicant. Supports dual band 2.4GHz/5GHz. No need for firmware installation. Needs a powered hub.
  • Realtek
    • RTL8188CUS 802.11n WLAN Adapter
      • Realtek Semiconductor Corp. RTL8188CUS 802.11n WLAN Adapter (USB ID 0bda:8176)
      • Works out of the box with Raspbian (tested on firmware #600 up to #718)
      • Slow when plugged into Pi (6/0.5 Mbit down/up) (good for cheap ($3) ssh access)
      • Fast when plugged into powered USB hub
  • RhoTech
    • RH-WL01B Miniature Wireless USB adapter B/G/N, Ralink RT5370 chipset, works out of the box with Raspbian and Raspbmc
  • Rosewill
    • RNX-N180UBE Wireless B/G/N Adapter
      • Realtek RTL8191SU chipset, USB-ID 0bda:8172
      • Tested in Arch, works out of box. Powered USB hub required.
      • Tested in Raspbian, used wicd to configure network settings. Powered USB hub Required.
      • Tested in Raspbmc. Needs package firmware — Realtek and used wicd-curses to configure. Powered USB hub required
    • RNX-N250BE Dual Antenna B/G/N USB Adapter. Uses Realtek RTL8192CU chipset. Worked automatically with Raspbian (as up latest on 12/6/2014). Works direct without hub (tested on B+ only). Gets great reception. Have not tried it as an AP. Can be used with or without base & cable.

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  • Sagem
    • Sagem Wireless USB stick XG-760N: USB ID 079b:0062, Module is not shipped in Debian image, but it can be «sudo apt-get install zd1211-firmware»
  • Sempre
    • Sempre Wireless USB stick WU300-2: USB ID 0bda:8172, Realtek r8712u driver + firmware-realtek package. Module is shipped in Raspbian image. If you need to build it for other distros, read this: http://www.t3node.com/blog/sempre-wireless-usb-stick-wu300-2-on-raspberry-pi/
  • Sitecom
    • Sitecom Wi-Fi USB Adapter N300: USB ID 0a5c:5800, Realtek r8712u driver + firmware Realtek. Module available in shipped Raspbian image. NOTE: although this dongle will also work without powered hub, if there is a voltage problem (either on the Raspberry or on the hub, but verified only on the hub so far) this wifi dongle will receive signal perfectly (RX), but not be capable of sending anything (TX) and the MAC address will be permanently set to FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF (this is indicative that there is not enough power) [11]
  • SL
    • SL-1507N: USB 802.11n 150M Wi-Fi Wireless LAN Network Card Adapter SL-1507N Black
      • I bought this on on eBay for $4.19 (free shipping) @ http://www.ebay.com/itm/270853614804?ssPageName=STRK:MEWNX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1497.l2649#ht_4379wt_1199
      • It worked out of the box on Raspbmc RC4, with the network manager add-on; seems to be an rt2800usb
      • dmesg output «usbcore: registered new interface driver rt2800usb»
  • SMC
    • SMCWUSBS-N: Hardware detected as rt2800, but it is missing firmware; «sudo apt-get install firmware-ralink» fixed it
    • SMCWUSB-G (also sold as the «SMC EZ Connect g»): Gives «couldn’t load firmware» error. «sudo apt-get install zd1211-firmware» fixes it.
  • Sony
    • Sony UWA-BR100 802.11abgn Wireless Adapter [Atheros AR7010+AR9280] (Vendor ID: 0411, Product ID: 017f) — Tested with Raspbian. Needs package firmware-atheros.(B)
  • Tecknet
    • TK-WD688N5 Ralink RT5572-based, see RT5572 notes
  • Tenda
    • USB 11n adapter on a G network: Ralink 2870/3070 driver (!)
    • Tenda W311M Wireless N150 Nano USB Adapter (product page) — Works out-of-the-box with Raspbian as of 2012-12. Tested in WPA-Personal network. Runs without Powered Hub when plugged into Raspberry Pi.
    • Tenda W311MI Wireless N Pico USB Adapter (identified as Ralink RT5370 Wireless Adapter; USB-ID: 148f:5370) — Works out-of-the-box with Raspian 2012/09/18 or later, using rt2800usb kernel module. An earlier version gave me problems.
    • Tenda W311U Mini 11N Wireless USB Adapter (USB-ID 148f:3070): Ralink 2870/3070 driver; needs powered hub. Debian installation instructions Available from the ModMyPi Raspberry Pi Shop
    • Tenda W311U+ Wireless USB Adapter (Ralink RT3070, 148f:3070 Ralink Technology, Corp. RT2870/RT3070 Wireless Adapter) — Works out-of-the-box with Raspbian using rt2800usb kernel module, does not need powered USB hub to work.
  • The Pi Hut
    • USB 802.11n Wi-Fi adapter (from The Pi Hut’s Raspberry Pi Store)
  • TP-Link
    • TL-WN321G (Ralink RT2501/RT2573, rt73_usb) Works out of the box when plugged in before boot. Plugging in after boot only with powered USB hub. RasPi Model B, Rev. 2.0
    • TL-WN422G v? (Atheros AR9271, ath9k_htc) Works out of the box when plugged in before boot. Plugging in after boot only with powered USB hub. RasPi Model B, Rev. 2.0
    • TL-WN422G v2 (ath9k_htc) Works OOTB in Debian Wheezy Beta. Runs without powered Hub when plugged into running Raspberry Pi, but the Raspberry Pi won’t boot while the stick is plugged in.
    • TL-WN721N (ath9k_htc device with htc_9271.fw file from http://linuxwireless.org/download/htc_fw/1.3/htc_9271.fw); needs powered USB Hub (B) | works OOTB with Wheezy Raspbian (2012-08-16) connected directly to raspberry pi (B) and AP functionality tested with hostapd.
    • TL-WN723N (RTL8188SU); works OOTB with Raspbian 2012-09-17, (B) stable with 1 A PSU and without powered USB hub on r2.0. (a model B Pi with Arch Linux reboots if the dongle is plugged, restart sees the device without problems afterwards)
    • TL-WN723N v2 (USB ID: ID 0bda:8176 Realtek Semiconductor Corp. RTL8188CUS 802.11n WLAN Adapter, FCC ID: TE7WN723NV2) Works from a box with Raspbian 2013-02-09. Used 2.1A adapter, without powered hub.
    • TL-WN723N v3, Based on the Realtek RTL8188EUS chipset. Needs manual installation. Works without USB hub. Follow TL-WN725 v2 instructions.
    • TL-WN725N v1. Works out of the box on Raspbian 2012-12-16 without a powered USB hub. This adapter is based on the Realtek RTL8188CUS chipset. Works great as AP — instructions and config script
    • TL-WN725N v2. Based on the Realtek RTL8188EUS chipset. Works out of the box on OSMC and PiMusicbox, Raspbian requires manual driver installation and manual update after each kernel upgrade. Limited range.
    • TL-WN727N v3 (rt2800usb, install package firmware-ralink). Works with Raspbian, supports hostapd. Does NOT require powered hub, works directly plugged into Raspberry with proper power supply (850mA, 1A worked). 40Mhz doesn’t work.
    • TL-WN727N v5.21 — Based on the Realtek RTL8188EUS chipset. Works on Raspbian with 8188eu driver from lwfinger repository, but you need to reintegrate the patch if the issue is not closed.
    • TL-WN821N v3 (ath9k_htc, htc_7010.fw); works out of the box on ArchLinuxARM, Wheezy and on OpenElec (>r11211), Problems with prior OpenElec; needs powered USB Hub (B). This chipset is also compatible with hostapd (wireless AP software)
    • TL-WN821N v4 (RLT8192CU), works out of the box on Arch, complains but works. Needs powered USB hub.
    • TL-WN823N (RTL8192EU) Works out of box on Raspian using powered USB Hub, for AP follow these instructions (hostapd doesn’t work out of the box). AP works without powered USB hub for me (using a 5V 2A power source for the Raspi). With Raspbian 10 (buster) and a RaspberryPi Model B Rev 1, I had no success with the WLAN driver out of the box, but in the end I got it working with install-wifi following the instructions given in Raspberry Pi Forum. The hostapd program from the standard repo worked without any problems using driver=nl80211 in /etc/hostapd/hostapd.conf.
    • TL-WN7200ND works. Can be made as a WiFi AP using hostapd. Need a powered USB hub.
    • TL-WDN3200 See Ralink RT5572 notes.
    • TL-WDN4200 AKA N900 — Working on hostapd on 5Gh using debian hostapd binary from apt-get with . Working a nl80211 driver. Works out of the box on Raspbian. Powered by Pi on Offical 2A power.
  • Trendnet
    • TEW-648UBM USB ID: 20f4:648b, works OOTB with Adafruit Occidentials Raspbian Wheezy variant as it includes kernel with RTL8188CUS driver built-in (B)
    • TEW-649UB Works with OpenElec 3.0, chipset Realtek RTL8191SU, works with Raspbian 2015-02-16 and OpenELEC 5.0.5 on Raspberry Pi 2.
  • Widemac
    • RT5370 Wireless Adapter from Ebay runs without powered hub. Follow these instructions, but go to ftp.de.debian.org/debian/pool/non-free/f/firmware-nonfree/ and pick the latest firmware-ralink_0.xx_all.deb
  • ZyXEL
    • NWD2105 USB ID: 0586:341e, RT3070 chipset, rt2800usb driver (B)
    • NWD2205 USDB ID: 0586:341f RTL8192CU chipset, works out-of-the-box
    • G-202 model 0586:3410 ZyXEL Communications Corp. ZyAIR G-202 802.11bg using zd1211rw kernel module and zd1211-firmware package

Problem USB Wi-Fi Adapters

These adapters were tested and found to have issues the Raspberry Pi. Note [12] as a possible solution/explanation for errors while running LXDE.

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