NCS2-MINIPCIE02: PTCRB-certified Wi-Fi/3G/4G/LTE NIC Module

July 17, 2019 Lanner Electronics Inc.

Today sees the release of Lanner’s NCS2-MINIPCIE02, a PTCRB-certified Wi-Fi/3G/4G/LTE NIC module ideal for operators and device manufacturers located in regions where PTCRB interoperability/compatibility (cat-3 & cat-6) is a requirement.

The NCS2-MINIPCIE02 incorporates Wi-Fi/3G/4G/LTE wireless network connectivity and is designed to work with Lanner network appliances via a Gen2 PCIe*8 interface, enabling wireless network connectivity to compatible Lanner network appliances and delivering wireless connectivity for enterprise network management and convenience.

This module comes with three nano sim card sockets, two mini-PCIe sockets and one M.2 socket, together not only allowing users to install Wi-Fi/3G/4G/LTE compatible modules and SIM cards, but also making available a wider variety in network interface options in terms of both wired and wireless Internet connections. What’s more, the NCS2-MINIPCIE02 comes with four antenna inputs, allowing greater signal receptions.

The NCS2-MINIPCIE02 belongs to Lanner’s F.A.S.T. solution family, which is a series of purpose-built modular kits developed for enhancing Lanner’s high-end network computing appliances, delivering flexibility, adaptability, scalability and transformability for all compatible appliances’ connectivity, storage and open compute capabilities.




Mini-PCIe/M.2 Expansion Card with Support for Wi-Fi / LTE Module in NCS2 Form Factor






l   Wi-Fi/LTE Carrier Module for Lanner Network Appliances

l   PTCRB Ready (cat-3 & cat-6)

l   1 x Gen2 PCIe x8 Golden Finger

l   2 x Mini-PCIe Sockets, 1 x M.2 Socket, 3 x Nano SIM Sockets

l   4 x Antenna Hole Openings

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