Wi-Fi 6E – breakthrough in wireless connection technology
In addition to the superior features of the Wi-Fi 6 standard such as high performance, low latency and fast data transmission speed, Wi-Fi 6E technology uses the 6 GHz band, thereby providing a lot of space. access time more than two current popular bands are 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz.
In terms of throughput, Wi-Fi 6E can provide up to 59 non-overlapping channels (14 additional 80 MHz and 7 160 MHz channels compared to Wi-Fi 6). As a result, certain high-traffic spaces such as sports arenas, concert halls or malls will provide more capacity with much lower interference frequencies.
In addition, the advantage of devices supporting the Wi-Fi 6E standard in the present and in the next few years is being allowed to use “priority bands” to achieve better stability and transmission speed. For older devices that do not support them, they will still be able to access Wi-Fi 6E, but will not be able to operate on the 6 GHz band. As a result, Wi-Fi 6E can achieve terrible data transmission speeds like 5G mmWave, falling in the range of 1-2 Gbps.
Wi-Fi 6E can reach the same speed as 5G mmWave
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Will iPhone 14 be equipped with Wi-Fi 6E?
According to recent leaked sources, Apple plans to equip this Wi-Fi 6E standard on the iPhone 14 series, but the company may skip it at any time because of the global shortage of electronic components. There is no sign of recovery yet.
Previously, there were rumors that the iPhone 13 series would be equipped with the Wi-Fi 6E standard. However, that did not happen and the iPhone 13 series only supports the Wi-Fi 6 standard.