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Qualcomm Atheros Ar9485 Wireless Network Adapter Driver

Adapter / November 21, 2018

I have a Windows 10 Home edition build version 1607 on my laptop ASUS X751L with installed driver for Qualcomm Atheros AR9485 Wireless Network Adapter driver. Quite frequently the Wifi turns down for no remarkable reason for that and it's not a provider's fault for sure. Does anyone else experience similar issue ? How did you solve this ?

> netsh wlan show interfaces There is 1 interface on the system: Name : WiFi Description : Qualcomm Atheros AR9485 Wireless Network Adapter GUID : Physical address : State : connected SSID : BSSID : Network type : Infrastructure Radio type : 802.11n Authentication : WPA2-Personal Cipher : CCMP Connection mode : Auto Connect Channel : 11 Receive rate (Mbps) : 72.2 Transmit rate (Mbps) : 72.2 Signal : 100% Profile : Hosted network status : Not available

and

netsh WLAN show driver Interface name: WiFi Driver : Qualcomm Atheros AR9485 Wireless Network Adapter Vendor : Qualcomm Atheros Communications Inc. Provider : Qualcomm Atheros Communications Inc. Date : Version : 3.0.2.201 INF file : ? Type : Native Wi-Fi Driver Radio types supported : 802.11b 802.11g 802.11n FIPS 140-2 mode supported : Yes 802.11w Management Frame Protection supported : Yes Hosted network supported : Yes Authentication and cipher supported in infrastructure mode: Open None Open WEP-40bit Open WEP-104bit Open WEP WPA-Enterprise TKIP WPA-Personal TKIP WPA2-Enterprise TKIP WPA2-Personal TKIP Vendor defined TKIP WPA2-Enterprise Vendor defined Vendor defined Vendor defined WPA-Enterprise CCMP WPA-Personal CCMP WPA2-Enterprise CCMP Vendor defined CCMP WPA2-Enterprise Vendor defined Vendor defined Vendor defined WPA2-Personal CCMP Vendor defined Vendor defined Authentication and cipher supported in ad-hoc mode: Open None Open WEP-40bit Open WEP-104bit Open WEP WPA2-Personal CCMP Vendor defined Vendor defined Wireless Display Supported: Yes (Graphics Driver: Yes, Wi-Fi Driver: Yes)

Source: superuser.com