There is still a lot of talk online about the new Wi-Fi 6E wireless connection. This will result in faster data transmission to end users without interference, as only a few connections use the six gigahertz frequency band. Routers will have more ‘ability’ to transmit data, and we will get a faster and more stable connection without much interruption, especially in densely populated areas.
Although Wi-Fi 6E-enabled devices are not yet fully operational, Qualcomm is already testing the latest Wi-Fi 7 technology at an accelerated pace. The Wi-Fi 7 (802.11be) wireless network is expected to be operational in the next few years. Years. This will lead to greater access, better power, higher cost efficiency, higher data density and will be written on the cover of modern requirements.
The Wi-Fi 7 (802.11be) wireless connection is expected to significantly improve the data transfer rate compared to its predecessor. Wi-Fi 7 will allow for 2.4 times faster data transfer compared to wireless Wi-Fi 6 and can provide data transfer speeds of more than 30 Gbps. This will be more than enough for virtual and augmented reality and 4K and 8K videos.
Qualcomm has already developed the Network Pro Series Gen 3 platform for the new Wi-Fi 7 (802.11be), and in practice it has proven to be better than expected. Their new platform can achieve data transfer at speeds of up to 33 Gbps. This is significantly more compared to the current Wi-Fi 6, which in the best conditions reaches speeds of up to 9.6Gbps. Qualcomm’s new Wi-Fi 7 platform could go on sale in the second half of 2023.