Intel Wi-Fi 7 demo: 5Gbps speed, used in notebooks and other products in 2024

time:2022-12-08 06:16:08 source:scripttoolbox.com author:Loudspeaker box
Intel Wi-Fi 7 demo: 5Gbps speed, used in notebooks and other products in 2024

IT House September 9 news, Intel announced today that they teamed up with Broadcom to achieve an important Wi-Fi 7 industry milestone, "With the world's first cross-vendor Wi-Fi 7 demonstration, the wireless future has arrived". According to reports, the Wi-Fi 7 cross-vendor demonstration speed exceeded 5Gbps, based on a Core laptop + Broadcom Wi-Fi 7 access point. "Today's milestone sends a clear message: the ecosystem is ready, and Wi-Fi 7 is here to bring extraordinary capacity and incredible speeds to further expand gigabit broadband," said Vijay Nagarajan, vice president of Broadcom's Wireless Connectivity Division. .” Intel says Wi-Fi 7 can bring higher speeds, lower latency, higher reliability, and greater capacity, including the use of 320MHz channel bandwidth (speed over 6GHz) in the unlicensed 6GHz spectrum. times), 4K QAM quadrature amplitude modulation (up to 20% faster), multi-link operation MLO (increased throughput, link robustness, roaming, interference mitigation, and reduced latency), and through multiple resource units (MRUs) and play Holes improve channel utilization. IT House reminds that the Wi-Fi 7 standard has not yet been finalized, and its product solution is only a semi-finished product solution based on the functions defined in the IEEE P802.11be draft amendment. It is said that Intel plans to launch Wi-Fi 7 certified products according to the Wi-Fi Alliance certification schedule (2023-2024 time frame). After obtaining alliance certification, these chips will be installed on PC products such as notebooks in 2024, and will become mainstream in 2025.

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