I have not looked for information on this particular adapter, but if the driver is available natively from within the Linux kernel (something you might have to compile, but not requiring a third party driver), then you should be able to install the driver via a kernel compile. Drivers provided in binary format must be for the
arm64/aarch64 architecture. PC architecture (x86_64/amd64) won’t run on these CPUs. Check closely for whether the Linux kernel has a listed driver for this device; if so, then we can help, it won’t be difficult; if not, then unless the manufacturer provides an
arm64/aarch64 driver, you won’t be able to use the device.
Side note: Firmware is also often required for wireless devices. Firmware is independent of architecture, and if the manufacturer provides firmware, then this can be used on a Jetson and won’t depend on architecture. This won’t matter unless a driver is available.