An FCC win in the U.S. Court of Appeals has cleared the way for Wi-Fi 6E, a next-generation Wi-Fi standard that has the same theoretical top speed as 5GHz Wi-Fi, but will allow for up to seven maximum capacity Wi-Fi streams to broadcast in the same area at once without interfering with each other.
What’s after Wi-Fi 6E? IEEE 802.11be – aka Wi-Fi 7, of course – which will have up to 46 Gbps transfer rates but isn’t scheduled to be complete until 2024. In the meantime, get ready to enjoy better Wi-Fi connectivity with a new class of Wi-Fi 6E devices.
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