If you're using Linux, probably not.
MTK and Realtek devices have proprietary (non-mac80211) vendor drivers. They may have some vendor-specific monitor mode, but it wouldn't be standard.
Broadcom AC devices, if supported by Linux, use brcmfmac, which (AFAIK) doesn't support monitor mode. nexmon
works with some BCM chips, though.
QCA has a limited selection of USB AC chipsets. I don't think there is an in-kernel driver for these and there is only one USB stick with a QCA chipset that I know of - the Linksys WUSB6100M.
Windows may have some vendor drivers with support. I think OmniPeek works with some Realtek chipsets.