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Antenna information for Intel Wireless Adapters is provided directly to OEMs (Original Equipment Manufacturers) in order for them to install the adapters on their systems. These details are not available for end users, you may request this to your reseller.
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I'm not the INTEL staff. But I may give you some advices.
First, the antenna for 9560NGW is just the same as all M.2 WiFi Card. You may google "MHF4 antenna" and get what you need.
One 9560NGW goes with one pair of MHF4 antennas.
Second, 9560NGW is designed for new M.2 socket named M.2 CNVi. Since this M.2 CNVi is new, it is not a common M.2 socket.
The M.2 socket 1 is very common for M.2 WiFi card such as 9260NGW or 8265NGW.
If your system is OEM laptop, contact them to make sure 9560NGW is suitable for your laptop.
If you want to build your own desktop system, you may choose the motherboard such as ASRock H370M Pro4, Gigabyte H370 HD3, or Gigabyte B360 HD3.
Hope you enjoy your 9560NGW.