AIRETOS Wi-Fi 5: advanced features such as MU-MIMO and TX Beamforming increase network capacity and link connection robustness
Wi-Fi 5 is providing fast, reliable connections in two bands, even at dense environements.
Wi-Fi5 comes with a host of additional features to Wi-Fi4 aimed at enhancing connectivity experience with more clients per station and with higher data stream definitions, like in HD-streaming.those include: Extended channel binding, 160 MHz channel bandwidth support for up to eight spatial streams (vs. four in 802.11n), downlink multi-user MIMO, space-division multiple access (SDMA), modulation 256-QAM rate, beamforming with standardized sounding and feedback, and more.
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Introduced in 2014 as IEEE 802.11ac and know as Gigabit Wi-Fi the standard has been retroactively labelled as Wi-Fi 5.
Wi-Fi5 is the first wifi standard in which beam-forming has been added to the MIMO. Multi-user MIMO is also introduced so to support more targeted and higher throughput. That is enhanced by the addition of wider bandwidths ( upto 160 MHz ) and the higher number of spatial streams ( upto 8) and higher QAM density.
Wi-Fi 5 made us feel freer and empowered by ICT throughout living, working and utilitarian spaces.
New standards mean new skills and increased complexities. Wi-Fi5 testing adds wider 160Mhz bands and combination modes.
Results in higher speed per user
Ideal for high-bandwidth applications
For directional efficiency
Increased targeted throughput
Strong application links
Two multi-user technologies – one with origins in boosting PC connectivity and the other from the cellular world – lay together the foundation for E63 Class high performance: MU-MIMO and TX Beamforming. MU-MIMO is designed to boost traffic for more complex data from smartphones and laptops and Beamforming is made for demanding HD-video, voice and other High-Definition applications.
Multiuser, multiple-input multiple-output communication, or MU-MIMO, dramatically expands an the MIMO ability introduced with 802.11an (Wi-Fi 4): this MU-MIMO generation could handle no more than four spatial streams – downstream data on the 5GHz band.