Migrating to the LM811

How to migrate from the LM820/821/822/823 to the LM811?

The LM811 and LM820/821/822/823 have the same dimensions of 25mm x 12mm x 2mm and the USB interface (pin 2 to pin 5) are in exactly the same position.

When moving to the LM811, consider the following:

  • Pin 1 and Pin 6 have different pin assignments to LM820/821/822/823 .
  • The LM811 has extra pins for a PCM interface. If PCM is not required, this will not affect the design.

Please refer to the datasheets for further information.

Linux WiFi Monitor mode

Some LM products can be used as wireless packet sniffers, this is a general guide demonstrating how to use them for this purpose. Read more

Linux WiFi Access Point (Wireless AP)

Introduction

This document serves as a general guide to setting up a Wireless Access Point (AP) in Linux using the following LM WiFi adapters and modules based upon the Realtek RTL8188CUS chipset:

Other LM products may also work with Host AP, please contact us for more details. Read more

LM809, LM006, LM820 & LM821: Linux driver installation

There are three different drivers available for these products. We recommend that you use the ‘in kernel tree’ driver where possible, which essentially makes these products plug & play in most Linux distributions which use a recent version of the Kernel. Read more

Linux WiFi Ad-hoc mode

Ad-hoc, or IBSS mode allows you to create a wireless network without a central access point. This guide demonstrates a simple Ad-hoc network using one of our adapters and some basic tools found in most modern Linux distributions.

  • At the present time, IBSS may suffer from high levels of packet loss due to an issue with the driver.

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