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75% Lower Latency
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Following the WiFi 6 Technology can reach the above features
Orthogonal Frequency-Division Multiple Access (OFDMA).
This feature enables your router and devices to use your bandwidth more efficiently by reducing the time between data transmissions.
As a result, allowing for a higher density of simultaneous users.
- OFDMA increase efficiency
- OFDMA reduces latency
- Ideal for low-bandwidth applications
High-bandwidth traffic efficiency with Multi-User-Multiple-Input Multiple-Output (MU-MIMO).
This technology enables your router to communicate with many devices simultaneously.
- MU-MIMO increase capacity
- MU-MIMO results in higher speeds per user
- Ideal for high-bandwidth applications
Extended battery for mobile and smart home devices with Target Wake Time (TWT).
Target Wakeup Time (TWT) is another important resource scheduling feature supported by 11ax.TWT makes communication between your devices and your router’s Wi-Fi channels more efficient. Devices that support TWT enter a sleep state until their scheduled wake time.
TWT reduces energy consumption and bandwidth use.
Improvements in data speeds and signal encoding.
Wi-Fi 6 enables devices to send more data in one transmission, resulting in speed improvements of up to 20%.
Improvements through higher modulation (1024-QAM). Higher modulation increases the efficiency and speed of data transmission on your network. This technology can give up to 25% improvements in speed. Together, features provide up to 40% improvement in connection speeds.
|802.11ac Wave 2 (Wi-Fi 5)||802.11ax (Wi-Fi 6)|
|Bands||5GHz||2.4GHz & 5GHz|
|Channel Bandwidth||20MHz, 40MHz, 80MHz, 80+80MHz & 160MHz||20MHz/40MHz 80MHz, 80+80MHz & 160MHz|
433Mb/s (80MHz, 1 spatial stream)
6933Mb/s (160MHz, 8 spatial stream)
600Mb/s (80MHz, 1 spatial stream)
9607.8Mb/s (160MHz, 8 spatial stream)
|SU/MU-MIMO-OFDM/A||SU-MIMO-OFDM Wave 1, MU-MIMO-OFDM Wave 2||MU-MIMO-OFDMA|
Basic Service Set Coloring (BSS color).
A feature called basic service set (BSS) coloring, which deals with co-channel interference.
- To increase capacity in a dense environment, we need to increase frequency reuse between BSS’s
- BSS coloring was a mechanism introduced in 802.11ah to assign a different “ color” per BSS, which will be extended to 11ax
- New channel access behavior will be assigned based on the color detected