Are you planning for Wi-Fi 6E?

June 4, 2020
In wake of the FCC's recent release of 1.2 GHz of spectrum for unlicensed use in the 6 GHz band, Oberon, a division of Chatsworth Products, has published a handy technical brief entitled, 'Planning for Next-Gen Wi-Fi 6E.'

Oberon, a division of Chatsworth Products, has published a handy, 5-page technical brief entitled, "Planning for Next-Gen Wi-Fi 6E."

The brief's premise is that, as Wi-Fi 6E becomes the dominant technology choice in the years of digital transformation to come, it is imperative for organizations and facilities to prepare wireless infrastructure today for the next generation of Wi-Fi access points.  

As recapped by Oberon, "On April 23rd, the FCC released 1,200MHz (1.2GHz) of spectrum for unlicensed use in the 6 GHz band, greatly extending the amount of bandwidth for Wi-Fi and other unlicensed technologies. This epic release of spectrum, the largest in 20 years, accelerates the growth of the internet of things (IoT). Additional spectrum means less interference and lower latency, which will ultimately offer wireless networks higher performance and faster speeds." 

The document discusses contemporary considerations when selecting an installation method for wireless infrastructure, and provides an in-depth review of the relevant standards and guidelines. 

View/Download the technical brief. 

Oberon’s H-Plane Model 900-HC is designed to conveniently and securely mount APs from all leading vendors directly onto hanging conduit in open ceilings.

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