In response to the growing number of IoT devices in the world which are connecting to wireless network like VR device, multiple smart home devices, or simply have a large number of devices in your household, current 802.11ac WiFi standard routers face challenges connecting crowded wireless networks in terms of speed and efficiency. Wi-Fi 6 is ideal for crowded areas, such as airports, stadiums, high-rise hotels and multi-family housing, entertainment venues and other dense connection environments. It allows many users and devices to stay connected simultaneously and do things like stream ultra-high-definition movies and use bandwidth-intensive, mission-critical business applications.
Wi-Fi 6 is the next generation standard in WiFi technology. Wi-Fi 6 also known as “AX WiFi" or "802.11ax WiFi” builds and improves on the current 802.11ac WiFi standard. Wi-Fi 6 uses both 1024-QAM to provide a signal packed with more data (giving you more efficiency) and a 160 MHz Channel to provide a wider channel to make your WiFi faster.
More Bandwidth on a Wider Channel
Wi-Fi 6 expands the WiFi band from 80 MHz to 160 MHz, doubling the channel width and creating a faster connection from your router to the device, increases the overall bandwidth available, enabling higher speeds and better connection quality for high bandwidth use cases like video streaming.
Wi-Fi 6 devices benefit from operation in both the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands. This balances higher transmission rates achievable in the 5 GHz spectrum where there are more available non-overlapping radio channels, fewer devices operating, and less potential for interference with opportunities to transmit in the 2.4 GHz band where superior propagation characteristics (e.g., range and the ability to pass through building materials) may be better suited for IoT (Internet of Things) applications
Increased Efficiency with OFDMA
The Wi-Fi 6 standard uses Orthogonal frequency division multiple access (OFDMA) for increased efficiency. With 802.11ac WiFi, each delivery truck or “packet” could only deliver one parcel to one device at a time. But with OFDMA, each truck can deliver multiple parcels to multiple devices simultaneously. This vast improvement in efficiency works for both uploads and downloads
Technocrats predicts that WiFi 6 will act as a supplement to 5G, which similarly promises faster speeds and better IoT support through mobile broadband. However, WiFi 6 will likely be used for indoor connections, and 5G will be used for more outdoor and intermediary connectivity
Wi-Fi 6 network can only be guaranteed by using the correct cabling infrastructure. TSB-162-A recommends running two Category 6A cabling to wireless access points to ensure the cabling infrastructure can deliver the bandwidth needed for current and future applications.
3Wi-Fi 6 network can only be guaranteed by using the correct cabling infrastructure. TSB-162-A recommends running two Category 6A cabling to wireless access points to ensure the cabling infrastructure can deliver the bandwidth needed for current and future applications.
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