Realtek driver for RTL8192CE and Windows 7 64bit

The Realtek RTL8192CE miniCard is a highly integrated MIMO wireless LAN (WLAN) used for high speed wireless local network access. The card is built with a MAC and 2T2R capable RF/baseband single chip RTL8192CE

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Operate at ISM frequency bands (2.4GHz) • IEEE standards support: IEEE 802.11b, 802.11g, draft 802.11n • Mini PCI Express interface • Enterprise level security which can apply WPA2 certification • 2 transmitter and 2 receivers allow data rates supporting up to 300 Mbps downstream and 300 Mbps upstream PHY rates. • Full-featured software utility for easy configuration and management • Power savings features and low power consumptions for mobile powered applications • Rohs compliance Host Interface • Complies with PCI Express™ Base Specification Revision 1.1 Standards supported • IEEE 802.11b/g/n compatible WLAN • 802.11e QoS Enhancement (WMM, WMM-SA Client mode) • 802.11i (WPA, WPA2). Open, shared key, and pair-wise key authentication services. • Cisco Compatible Extensions (CCX4)CCX MAC Features• Frame aggregation increase MAC efficiency (A-MSDU, A-MPDU)• Low latency Immediate High-Throughput Block Acknowledgement (HT-BA) • Long NAV for media reservation with CF-End for NAV release • PHY-level spoofing to enhance legacy compatibility • MIMO power saving mechanism • Channel management and co-existence • Multiple BSSID feature allowing RTL8192CE to assume multiple MAC identity when used as wireless bridge • Supports Wake-On-WLAN via Magic Packet and wake-up frame • TXOP SIFS bursting guarantees multimedia bandwidth. 5 Rev.1.0 RTL8192CE User’s ManualPHY Features • IEEE 802.11n draft 2.0 MIMO OFDM - 2 transmitter and 2 receivers (2T2R). - 20MHz and 40MHz bandwidth transmission. - Long Guard Interval (800ns). - 1 spatial stream STBC transmission for extended coverage. - Sounding packet. • DSSS with DBPSK and DQPSK, CCK modulations with long and short preamble. • OFDM with BPSK, QPSK, 16QAM, 64QAM, and 256QAM modulations. Convolutional coding rate: 1/2, 2/3, 3/4, and 5/6. • Maximum data rate 54Mbps in 802.11g and 300Mbps in 802.11n. • OFDM receive diversity with MRC using up to 4 receive paths. Switch diversity used for DSSS/CCK. • Hardware antenna diversity. • Selectable digital transmit and receiver FIR filters • Programmable scaling in transmitter and receiver to trade quantization noise against increasing probability of clipping. • Fast receiver automatic gain control (AGC).