WIFI 7 To Be Launch With 30Gbit/Sec Three Times Faster Than WIFI 6
WiFi 6 is still in the early stages of great success. Only a few new routers or terminal products currently support the latest WiFi 6 protocol
WiFi 6 is still in the early stages of great success. Only a few new routers or terminal products currently support the latest WiFi 6 protocol. However, technology is changing every day and the next generation of WiFi 7 is on its way.
Theoretically, it is reported that the maximum transmission speed of WiFi 7 can reach 30 Gbit / sec, which is three times the maximum speed of 9.6 Gbit / sec for WiFi 6.
Compared to the current WiFi protocol for WiFi 5 (802.11 ac), the new WiFi 6 (802.11 axis) is not only 40% faster, but also uses less power. Routers that use WiFi 6 can support many devices to be connected simultaneously. They also support the latest WP3 security protocol. Even hackers find it difficult to solve it. With regard to the current state of technological development, it is worth describing WiFi 6 as perfect.
However, WiFi 7 must still be available. The 802.11 standard is under development. We know that the MU-MIMO technology introduced by WiFi 6 supports up to 8 data streams to work simultaneously. With this in mind, WiFi 7 will introduce CMU-MIMO technology. It supports up to 16 data streams, 8 to 16 lanes, true interstellar highways, and more. In addition to the conventional 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz frequencies, WiFi 7 also supports the 6 GHz band. All three frequency ranges can work simultaneously.
Finally, WiFi 6 (802.11 axis) currently uses the 1024-QAM signal modulation method. And WiFi 7, which uses the 802.11 standard, is updated to the 4096-QAM signal modulation method. Expansion of data transfer capacity is simple and rough. So do not be surprised if this technology reaches speeds of 30 Gbit / sec.
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