Posts tagged 6GHz

Wi-Fi 6E & Co.: What to expect of Wi-Fi in 2021

The USA has shown us the way—and the rest of the world is hurrying to catch up. So far, Chile, South Korea, the United Arab Emirates and the UK have approved the 6-GHz band for unlicensed use. A large, new frequency block in the 6-GHz band is opening up in May, in Europe, too. As […]

6 GHz band: The stage is set for Wi-Fi 6E

Around 15 years ago, for the last time spectrum was released for Wi-Fi in Europe. A lot has happened on the wireless market since then: Rapidly growing numbers of Wi-Fi devices such as tablets and smartphones have become a part of everyday life. Wi-Fi is now an indispensable way of transporting data and services and, […]

USA: Green light for 6 GHz Wi-Fi – when will Europe follow suit?

The news tickers at technology media companies were overheating last week: The US government agency FCC had unanimously decided to release approximately 1,200 MHz (5925-7125 MHz) of frequency spectrum in the 6 GHz frequency range for WLAN use! That is equally great news for Wi-Fi enthusiasts, tech fans and companies as well. As producers, we are exuberant […]

World Radiocommunication Conference: This is about the future of Wi-Fi!

Update following the end of the conference:The cellular industry arrived at the WRC 2019 with extremely far-reaching demands. Our particular concern as a wireless LAN manufacturer was losing the 6-GHz band to 5G. After all, we have long been working to ensure that, in the EU, parts of this band are soon to be released […]