A few months after you make the Wi-Fi-6, Wi-Fi Alliance announced a new standard for the internet, wireless, Wi-Fi, 6. The idea is to signaling devices, such as routers and smart phones, which can operate at a frequency of 6 gigahertz (GHz), which should start to be released in different countries over the next few months.
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As the name suggests, the new standard is a step forward to free Wi-Fi, 6-in (also known as 802.11 x) has been in effect since September of 2019 at the latest. Built-in Wi-Fi, 6, AND travels with a maximum speed of 9.6 Gb/s, they also operate on frequencies in the 2.5 GHz band and the 5 GHz band, but will have the support of the 6-GHz band.
In the meantime, devices with Wi-Fi, a 5 – (or 802.11 ac) has a maximum speed of 6.9 mb/s and only supports the 5 Ghz range. The release frequency of 6 GHz, should allow for advances such as live streaming in 4K, and the solutions in both virtual reality and augmented reality.
With this, it is important that the definition of a single-label name to the help to consumers to find. The president and chief executive officer of the Wi-Fi Alliance, Edgar Figueroa believes that the new frequency is going to cater to an ever-growing need for spectrum and the Wi-Fi connection to ensure a good user experience.
“The Wi-Fi Alliance is introducing a Wi-Fi-6, AND now have to make sure that the industry will need to align to a common terminology, enabling the users of Wi-Fi to identify devices that support the operation in the 6 GHz band as the spectrum becomes available,” he said.
Information: SlashGear, CNET.