More recently, the Wi-Fi Alliance officially announced the launch of Wi-Fi certification program 6, promises to bring a new era of Wi-Fi. In fact, Wi-Fi 6 standards introduced last year, and it is only recently that the Wi-Fi certification program 6 officially launched officially.
Today, the recently launched Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and iPhone 11 series announced that they will also support Wi-Fi 6.
According to the official introduction, Wi-Fi 6 also known as IEEE 802.11ax and an upgraded version of the IEEE 802.11ac (Wi-Fi 5). Therefore, it has a maximum speed of 9.6 Gbps, which is 40% higher than the previous generation. Supports an increase in the real world and virtual reality technology and expand network capacity.
In addition, Wi-Fi 6 brings new communication technologies and functions, such as OFDMA technology, which allows Wi-Fi 6 to serve multiple clients simultaneously in one channel.
Officials also say that many vendors are now engaged in 6 standard Wi-Fi technology, including Asus, Boingo, Broadcom, Cisco, Intel, Netgear, Qualcomm, TP-Link, and Xiaomi. I believe we will soon be able to access the electronic device that supports Wi-Fi technology standard 6.