Well,in the modern era where People are being ruled by Techonology, the Wi-Fi routers and internet data packages have been the most crucial.Moving on to the point straight away the people who are confined to the usage of Wi-Fi routers are Homemakers, Software Industries and many Educational Institutions.
Each and every individual user of the Wi-Fi routers out there will be in a desperate need of high speed internet.So we are here with some interesting facts and features about the Wi-Fi standards!
At a sudden glimpse of post title, you may be puzzled, right?
Ok. It is the next standard of Wi-Fi, i.e 802.11ax
Now, a question might arise, that what it does and how it differs from the previous standard,right?
Because, no matter what, we have to end up getting high internet speed, isn’t it?
We will be discussing about the speed and technology of the latest standard uses.
With no further, how about we start?
Speed: Starting off with speed, the previous standard of Wi-Fi, i.e 802.11ac wifi router Wave 2 is about 866Mbps and the 802.11ax is all the way up to 1200Mbps. It is claimed that it is improves the efficiency and speed.
OFDMA: Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiple Access, it isolates the each channel into smaller channels, which permits 30 unique gadgets to communicate which the access point over a single channel, interesting feature , isn’t it?
BSS Color: Well, this is an identifier which is attached to each data frame it transmits, in order to recognize from where the data is transmitted. This will reduce the unnecessary slow downs.
These are the coolest features and operations of the upcoming standard of Wi-Fi.
And the question is when it is available in market ?
It is supposed to be launched in Mid of 2018.
Well, this is it for this article..
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