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With Wi-Fi Alliance’s certification, Wi-Fi 6E now promises interoperability, enhanced security

More than 338 million Wi-Fi 6E devices are expected to enter the market in 2021 One month ago, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) authorized the first Wi-Fi device for use in the 6 GHz spectrum band (5.925–7.125 GHz), a low-power indoor transmitter from Broadcom. Now,...

‘An exciting glimpse of America’s Wi-Fi future’: FCC authorizes first Wi-Fi 6E device

FCC Chairman Pai: 'The American consumer’s wireless experience is about to be transformed for the better' Earlier this week, the Federal Communications Commission authorized the first Wi-Fi device for use in the 6 GHz spectrum band (5.925–7.125 GHz). The ability to leverage the 6 GHz...

Well, technically… 96% of the US is rural: Heather ‘Mo’ Williams, CommScope (Ep. 3)

On this episode of Well, technically... the tech podcast where women do the explaining, Heather 'Mo' Williams, network solutions analyst at CommScope, discusses Wi-Fi 6E, the challenge of bringing connectivity to rural America and her love of honey badgers.

Wi-Fi 6E will deliver fiber-like experience, bringing benefits to a number of key players

The biggest draw of Wi-Fi 6E is that these new, wider channels will allow for clean access While Wi-Fi 6, or 802.11ax, made headlines for offering faster speeds and improved capacity thanks to features like the use of OFDMA and multi-user MIMO, Wi-Fi 6E refers to...

Qualcomm Webinar: Wi-Fi 6E joins 5G as groundbreaking wireless for a new era of connectivity

The new 6 GHz spectrum opportunity more than doubles the airspace available for Wi-Fi and that is just the beginning. Technology implementation of Wi-Fi 6 in the 6 GHz band (dubbed Wi-Fi 6E) across mobile and networking products are of critical importance to transition...

Qualcomm Wi-Fi 6E chips for phones, routers have arrived

Wi-Fi 6E will deliver 1020 MHz of additional spectrum Wi-Fi 6E is still awaiting regulatory approval in Europe and some other regions around the world; however, in the U.S., the Federal Communications Commission voted to open up the 6 GHz spectrum for unlicensed Wi-Fi use...

Wi-Fi 6E to lift 2021 wireless LAN market (Analyst Angle)

The year 2020 will certainly go down in history as a remarkable one for Wi-Fi, as the industry is being awarded massive increases in spectrum.  On April 23, the U.S. FCC voted to make available 1,200 megahertz of spectrum in the 6 GHz band for...

Qualcomm excited about Wi-Fi 6E, has device silicon ready

Qualcomm has more than 70 Wi-Fi 6-enabled devices and more than 200 AP and gateway designs Last month, the FCC opened up the 6 GHz frequency band for use by Wi-Fi 6 technology, a decision that is receiving substantial industry praise. Qualcomm is no different,...

Wi-Fi Alliance expects more than 300 million Wi-Fi 6E devices in 2021

Wi-Fi Alliance exec: 'Think about what we can accomplish with what we’ve just been given with Wi-Fi 6E' Wi-Fi Alliance’s Senior Vice President of Marketing Kevin Robinson told RCR Wireless News that the Alliance is thrilled about the FCC’s decision to open 6 GHz for unlicensed...

FCC approves Wi-Fi 6E, allowing unlicensed use of 6 GHz band for Wi-Fi

Wireless Broadband Alliance CEO: 'Wi-Fi 6E will rewrite the rules of what is possible' While the FCC’s decision to open up the 6 GHz frequency band for use by Wi-Fi 6 technology may not have been particularly surprising, the fact that something like this hasn’t...

Wi-Fi muscles in on 6 GHz (Reader Forum)

When you think of 6 GHz and wireless, it’s natural to think of 5G. It’s the top end of the LTE frequency range, and above where you think of other wireless technologies like Wi-Fi operating. But it turns out that Wi-Fi has been feeling...

WBA’s Wi-Fi 6E trials in 6 GHz band show ‘massive potential’

WBA: 'speeds achieved by Wi-Fi 6E will rival those of 5G mobile networks' Wireless Broadband Alliance (WBA) has initiated the first phase of a series of Wi-Fi 6E trials using Wi-Fi 6E-capable mobile platforms and laptop equipment enabled by WBA member companies, Broadcom and Intel....

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