Mon. Oct 3rd, 2022


Both Intel and Broadcom recently presented together to demonstrate the potential of the next wireless networking standard, Wi-Fi 7. This demonstration shows that speeds up to 5 Gbps will be possible.

These values represent speeds five times higher than the Wi-Fi 6-Scale standard, or two times higher than the 6-Scale standard. The future of wireless internet is obviously exciting.

Wi-Fi 7 promises to revolutionize wireless internet.

For the demonstration that you can see above, a laptop with Intel processor and a Boradcom access point was used. The demonstration proved the advanced level of development of Wi-Fi.

This demonstration was carried out with the help of three computers using different Wi-Fi standards. Second and second with the upcoming Wi-Fi 7.

We can easily see that as we move from left to right, the speed at which we’ve hit the other half has jumped. But more impressive is that the Wi-Fi 7 can provide up to five times faster than the Wi-Fi 6 speed.

Of course it’s too early for those results to replicate. Among them, we’ve probably used optimizing products to achieve these speeds. However, it seems to me that there is a possibility of reaching 5 Gbps using the Wi-Fi standards.

Wi-Fi 7 is not only about speed, it’s also a mission to improve the quantity and stability of your connected devices. The standard will have 6 Ghz, but also 320 MHz with more wide channel width.

It will also have MLO technology for the dynamic allocation of different channels and frequencies. To give better speeds, less latency and less interference.

Virtual Reality will benefit the Wi-Fi 7 big-city business.

Ayantheed to the promises of Wi-Fi 7, the areas of Virtual and Augmented Reality will benefit greatly from this network standard. With more time and less latency it is possible to stream several high-resolution videos simultaneously on the internet.

These benefits can be enjoyed still by gamers. Especially the expected low latencies that will allow real-time response that can be critical in competitive games.

Only if all the equipment we use is ready for Wi-Fi 7. The first to receive support for this standard should be laptops, smartphones and motherboards.

Only later will we begin to see routers equipped with the technology needed for Wi-Fi 7. It is expected that certification of this standard will start until 2023, when first products will hit the market in the second half of the year.

By anupam

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