Posts tagged Wi-Fi 6

5G & Wi-Fi: What matters is the right mix

5G and Wi-Fi LANCOM

Is there a future where 5G replaces Wi-Fi? The higher frequencies of the new cellular standard promise data rates of up to 10 Gbps along with increased capacities, higher data throughputs, and latency times down to less than a millisecond. But while all this is raising great expectations among users and providers of real-time transmissions, […]

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 […]

Wi-Fi 6: More power for your network with BSS Coloring

BSS Coloring Wi-Fi 6

The excitement about Wi-Fi 6 is not so much about being faster; rather, the biggest boost comes with the improved efficiency of data transfer with large numbers of clients. A major contributor here is a special method known as Basic Service Set (BSS) Coloring.

Wi-Fi 6: Faster and energy efficient thanks to QAM and TWT

The new wireless LAN standard Wi-Fi 6 is being advertised as bringing the Internet to as many users as possible, but there are other important benefits, too. After all, Wi-Fi 6 makes wireless surfing and working significantly faster. What’s more, a completely new technology means noticeable cost savings due to significantly reduced power consumption.

Wi-Fi 6 as a traffic control system for data

Wi-Fi networks are like crowded streets. One vehicle traveling too slowly causes everyone else to jam up. This is a problem many hotspot users will have noticed. Because the only result is horribly slow Internet. The Wi-Fi-6 technologies Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO) and Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiple Access (OFDMA) put an end to this.

Think big – Wi-Fi 6

Wi-Fi 6 in high-density environments

The display at the airport gate shows a delay to two hours—quite a wait until departure. Now the smartphones and tablets are running hot: Video streaming, messenger services, and all sort of apps on numerous devices. Because web users tend to prefer surfing by wireless LAN, large numbers of clients access the airport public Wi-Fi […]

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.