FCC Ruling Opens up to 1,200MHz of Spectrum for Wi-Fi 6E
Thursday December 30, 2021. 07:03 PM , from TheMacObserver
A ruling by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit backs an FCC decision to open up to 1,200MHz of spectrum for Wi-Fi 6E.
While Wi-Fi 6 connections make more reliable and efficient use of the same spectrum that’s been in use for the last couple of decades, especially when multiple devices are connected, Wi-Fi 6E routers will work at 2.4GHz and 5GHz plus the new 6GHz band. That has enough room for up to seven maximum capacity Wi-Fi streams to broadcast in the same area at once without interfering with each other or using any existing spectrum.
Tags: FCC, Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi 6
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