Posts tagged 802.11ax

Wi-Fi 6 in Europe: Less to it than meets the eye?

Quadruple data throughput, more reliable access to high-traffic networks, higher performance, and lower battery consumption for end devices: There is much for users of wireless LAN to look forward to with the new WLAN standard, Wi-Fi 6. The IEEE has announced that the finalized standard is due to be ready soon.

How to bring light to the Wi-Fi standard’s jungle

The newer, the better?  Technology in the network industry has evolved significantly over the last two decades. Thanks to ever-newer standards and transmission technologies, we now have stable broadband connections that deliver gigabit speeds. Fiber optics or Super Vectoring are just two examples of the latest developments. In parallel to the increased speeds in cabled […]

802.11ax: Is Europe missing the next big step in Wi-Fi?

The coming Wi-Fi standard IEEE 802.11ax is an omnipresent subject at trade fairs and is equally gaining traction in the media. The tenor is always the same: In the world of Wireless LAN, ax is the next big thing. Many see this new standard as the answer for the overcrowded radio networks of the future. […]