The impact of Wi-Fi 6 on the next generation network

Release | Schenectady, N.Y. | July 31, 2020 CONTEC, Technology’s Source for Logistics, Test & Repair, has released a whitepaper detailing the impact of Wi-Fi 6 on the next generation network. “Contec’s vision is to provide and integrate innovative test technology solutions with our customers while not disrupting their supply chain ECO systems”, said Rajeev Tiwari, Chief Technology Officer – CONTEC.

Introduction:

High bandwidth is the new norm in Wi-Fi.  WI-FI 6 or 802.11ax, originally designed to replace both Wi-Fi 4 (802.11n) and Wi-Fi 5 (802.11ac) as the next WLAN standard is being developed to deliver considerable increases in network efficiency and capacity for densely populated areas, with  improvements to peak data rates, which will be sustained more consistently across several devices simultaneously.

The Federal Communications Commission has opened an entire new band of spectrum to accommodate next-gen devices designed to tap into it.

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