Wi-Fi 6

One way of further improving the quality of Wi-Fi is the introduction of a new standard called AX (802.11ax), also known as Wi-Fi 6. Wi-Fi 6 was originally built in response to the growing number of devices in the household as a solution that more efficiently dealwith the situation where many users have to share Wi-Fi resources available in the house. It’s a more effective way of distributing bandwidth which also generates increased throughput, lowered latency and better coverage. Wi-Fi 6 provideup to 4 times more capacity to handle numerous devices, almost 40% higher peak rates and 75% less latency compared to Wi-Fi 5. In addition, the Wi-Fi 6’s BSS coloring mechanism offers a new way of handling interferences from neighboring networks more efficiently, making sure the router ignores them which increases the overall capacity of the Wi-Fi solution.  

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