Hello, Andrey_nsk. Thank you for your patience.
Let me share with you that the Power Consumption data is not publicly available. You may want to create an account in Intel® Design and Design Center so you can have access to design documents.
Furthermore, the Intel® Dual Band Wireless AC 8265 (all SKUs) do not include LTE. Basically, when the adapter is used with a compatible LTE module can support LTE coexistence.
It is worth mentioning that the 8265D2W is soldered down so, it can only be installed on a system that is designed for it in a factory.
May be you could advise what antennas to use with that card?
After I have procured the card without antennas it turned out that it can not connect to anywhere. Though it can detect a nearest wifi point but with very low level of signal.
Moreover, I am just wondering if Intel at all provides LTE solutions, LTE or 3/4G solutions in that form factor, or lte/3/4g solutions with sim card slot.
Thank you fir the information,
I glanced to the document and it emerged even more questions that I have ever had on the subject.
Trying to formulate clear : could you point out to some modem solution that will fit the same m.2 slot that intel 8265 wifi card does and that will have simcard slot attached in a way that it will wont prevent the card from be installed into generic m.2 wifi/lte slot?
To get more information about any LTE solutions available, please refer to the support web link provided above. If you have a desktop system, our recommendation is that you purchase the Intel® Dual Band Wireless-AC 8265 Desktop Kit, which includes two antennas.
If you have a mobile platform, then you may need to contact your system manufacturer due to country-specific legal regulations.
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