For Wi-Fi will extend the frequency range

The new standard will only be available in the US for the time being.

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has opened the 6 GHz frequency band for unlicensed use. This means that it can be used in Wi-Fi routers and access points like 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz. 

As noted, this is the largest upgrade in the range since 1998, when the first version of the wireless connection was introduced.

The launch of the new business range is expected before the end of the year. This will allow the new product to be tested. At that time, the first devices to support the new range will also be available. Full launch is expected only in 2021, after the launch of the certification program for devices supporting Wi-Fi 6E.

It is important to note that the new range should dramatically increase the speed of data exchange. So far it is only relevant for the USA. In other countries, the novelty will appear later.

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