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Ready for next generation: Marvell launches Wi-Fi chips in the advanced 802.11ax standard

The device that is designed to replace the 802.11ac with high speeds is several times over

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We're still hoping to see the 802.11ad standard for ultra-high-speed wireless data breaches breaking into the mainstream and becoming a permanent addition to our computers and smartphones in the near term - and now it seems time to prepare ourselves for the standard Which is designed to replace the 802.11ac with support for higher speeds, and primarily a much better extraction of the wireless medium that will allow for ever higher number of devices in a crowded space.

Using the OFDMA technique to access the media, just like in the media In the fourth generation, both in the downstream channel and in the emerging channel, support for ultra wide transmission channels up to 160MHz, high QAM1024 digital modulation support, and a number of other modern techniques should provide the " Which will serve an exceptionally high number of consumers, with higher transfer speeds for each person, cut-off times and measures that should ensure a minimum amount of interruptions between all the arteries running at the same time.

More consumers need a more efficient and effective wireless network - which is exactly the role of the 802.11ax standard

Now, Is officially joining the small group of manufacturers offering official solutions with support for, Which is still in the working stages and is based on a public draft - with three different products from which various media equipment manufacturers will be able to assemble their advanced future products starting this year.

A product called 88W9064S will offer 2 axes with a pair of transmitters and four receivers in both the 2.4GHz and the 5GHz frequencies, together with support in combination with connectivity modules 5.0 will be a complementary capability (more relevant than ever before thanks to the transition to support the Mesh topology) for more basic smart products, while a product called 88W9064 will offer four four-axis and four-receiver 2.4GHz and 5GHz, 5.0.

Offers transceiver modules that can be combined with various control and processing units - to create first products that will officially support the standard החדש

The most advanced solution of Will receive 88W9068 and will support eight transmission channels thanks to an array of 8 transmitters and 8 receivers, without support in conjunction with 5.0, when in optimum mode with the best supported modulation and encoding, and the widest transmission arteries - the resulting effective movie width can be no less than 1.2 gigabits per second per channel, and 9.6 gigabits per second (! A total of eight arteries.

These are not chips that are necessarily designed for routers and modems integrated into the home market, but their launch probably brings us a little further step to the moment when the system models - Integrated and mass-based products that will upgrade the products available to the homes of the forerunners.

It would probably take a little longer until Ripe for home use - but it should give us some good connectivity in busy public places in the near future, we hope

We may see first market products that support 802.11ax thanks to Marvell, Quantenna, And others, already this year? This will certainly be an interesting development for all those whose homes are full of online gadgets and gadgets.


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  1. As you wrote, and as seen in Intel's presentation, there is little benefit to the home market at this time (except maybe VR and providing it with less internet access speed), and they are gearing this to the industry and other devices that by now had to be wired.

    1. These dark reactions are already enough. Sure it benefits.
      It's infrastructure. On this infrastructure today you will receive tomorrow's developments.
      Without this infrastructure today, tomorrow you will not be able to get advanced developments.

  2. Quote of Tnufa

    Enough of these dark reactions. Of course it's useful. This is infrastructure. On this infrastructure today you will receive the developments of tomorrow. Without this infrastructure today, tomorrow will not be able to accept advanced developments.

    Calm down, I'm all for it. I just mentioned that * at the moment * in terms of speed there will be no benefit to the home market, that is to surf the Internet (as there is almost no such benefit since WiFi N 5ghz for average browsing speed). And * currently * the significant purpose is to allow devices that could not connect wirelessly until now.

    Agree with me that it is more significant what 5 High-End Router will look like a monster that will buy them 0.1% of gamers who are confident that the 500 $ router will help them not fall out of the game server or stream in twich

    1. Again, this is infrastructure.
      Infrastructure is not currently being built. If you come to a situation where you are building and preparing infrastructure for today's technology then you are lagging and your infrastructure will delay development.
      Also, the fiber optic technology that is slowly starting to reach the homes is not currently fully realized in terms of its full potential but it is an infrastructure that will (probably) remain for a long time and develop new developments and uses that you could not even think of until now because you did not have such a large bandwidth. Available…

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